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Promoting water demand management from local to regional level

Exchange Visit Seminar for Directors (2003 Francistown, Botswana)

Promoting water demand management from local to regional level

proceedings of the Exchange Visit Seminar for Directors held at Cresta Bosele, Francistown, Botswana, 9-11 July, 2003

by Exchange Visit Seminar for Directors (2003 Francistown, Botswana)

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Published by IUCN Regional Office for Southern Africa in Harare, Zimbabwe .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement[edited by Carmel Lue-Mbizvo ; sponsored by German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) and Department of Water Affairs, Botswana].
ContributionsLue-Mbizvo, Carmel., Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit., Botswana. Dept. of Water Affairs.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 98 p. :
Number of Pages98
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3359871M
ISBN 101779310110
LC Control Number2004410600
OCLC/WorldCa57201606

The fragmentation of responsibilities for water resources development among sectoral agencies is proving, however, to be an even greater impediment to promoting integrated water management than had been anticipated. Effective implementation and coordination mechanisms are required. Objectives. Management Agencies (CMAs) Water resource planning and management at the catchment level (where CMAs are not established, DWAF fulfils these functions) Water Services Authorities (WSAs) Provision of water services within their appointed areas. Includes metropolitan municipalities, many district municipalities and authorised local Size: KB.   6/3/ Promoting Water Security through CPWF Research in the Limpopo River Basin. As a way of supporting the CGIAR Challenge Programme for Water and Food (CPWF, ), approach in the Limpopo River basin, GWP SA is undertaking work for the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) to specifically package and disseminate the small scale infrastructure work package, a CPWF .


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