This learning-to-share portfolio Unit 7 is reacting on the new Water Legislation in South Africa.
|Title||Promoting water security and small-scale productive use of water : learning to share : exploring ways of managing for water and productive uses in the Sand River Catchment, South Africa|
|Year of Publication||2003|
|Authors||D. Toit, du, Sguazzin, T|
|Secondary Title||WHIRL Project working draft|
|Pagination||12 p. : fig.|
|Publisher||Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich|
|Place Published||Chatham, UK|
|Keywords||access to water, ecology, institutional aspects, legislation, rural areas, sdiafr, sdipol, sdiwrm, small-scale activities, south africa sand river, uemk, water resources, water resources management, water rights, water supply, water use, whirl (water, households and rural livelihoods) project|
This learning-to-share portfolio Unit 7 is reacting on the new Water Legislation in South Africa. It consists of 12 sheets on the following topics: some, for all, forever, dealing with the consequences of the South African Constitution and Bill of Rights for the people living in the Sand River Catchement; an ecosystem approach to water management; equity: sharing limited water fairly; water to meet our obligations and fulfil our rights; the Basic Human Needs Rserve; schedule 1 and licenced water use; issues of allocation; institutions that support sharing; multiple sources for water security in rural areas; how much is enough?; small scale productive uses of water. Every topic is explained in one sheet, and includes drawings, clarifying texts, and citations from the legislation.