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Integrated rural water management : proceedings of the technical consultation on integrated rural water management : 15 - 19 March 1993 Rome

This report is structured according to the three main themes of the Technical Consultation on Integrated Water Management: a. policies, strategies and planning; b. research and development; c. capacity building. Each theme is introduced by a keynote paper, followed by a series of discussion papers on issues related to that theme, and by case studies illustrating country experiences. The fourth part of the report consists of examples of collaborative activities in water resources management within the UN system and in conjunction with external support agencies. The report also includes the Consultation's conclusions and recommendations for future action and collaboration.

TitleIntegrated rural water management : proceedings of the technical consultation on integrated rural water management : 15 - 19 March 1993 Rome
Publication TypeConference Report
Year of Publication1993
AuthorsFAO -Rome, IT
Paginationviii, 346 p.: tab.
Date Published1993-01-01
PublisherFood and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
Place PublishedRome, Italy
Keywordscab93/6, case studies, institutional development, integrated approach, planning, policies, research, rural areas, water resources management
Abstract

This report is structured according to the three main themes of the Technical Consultation on Integrated Water Management: a. policies, strategies and planning; b. research and development; c. capacity building. Each theme is introduced by a keynote paper, followed by a series of discussion papers on issues related to that theme, and by case studies illustrating country experiences. The fourth part of the report consists of examples of collaborative activities in water resources management within the UN system and in conjunction with external support agencies. The report also includes the Consultation's conclusions and recommendations for future action and collaboration.

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