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|Title||Water boards of Central America : assessment of local management of water resources, a comparative study|
|Authors||Freshwater Action Network Central America -San Jose, CR|
|Date Published||2007-01-01 ?|
|Publisher||Freshwater Action Network Central America (FANCA)|
|Place Published||San Jose, Costa Rica|
Central governments or municipalities in Central America have generally constructed and administered aqueducts in the main cities. Smaller towns or villages, however, have frequently been left without access to these systems. As a reaction to this, communities in rural areas, not served by government entities, have arranged drinking water provision by means of communal cooperatives and water boards. Although they differ in each country, their origins, structures and incumbencies are very similar.
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