The fifteen chapters of this book analyse the living community-based water laws in Africa, Latin America and Asia and critically examine the interface between community-based water laws, formal water laws and a variety of other key institutional ingredients of on-going water resources management reform.The manual stated the criteria for handing over to be: (i) the capacity of the community to take over; (ii) the ability to ... Key among these donor organizations were GTZ a interested primarily in urban water supply, SIDA a interested largely in rural domestic water supply and the World Bank. ... arguing that ownership of a water facility encourages proper operation and maintenance: facilities should thereforeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Community-based Water Law and Water Resource Management Reform in Developing Countries|
|Author||:||Mark Giordano, John Butterworth|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2007-01-01|