These proceedings contain the presentations and working group papers of the workshop on intersectoral water management in developing countries.
|Title||Strategies for intersectoral water management in developing countries : challenges and consequences for agriculture : proceedings of the International Workshop held from 6th-10th May 1996 in Berlin, Germany|
|Publication Type||Conference Report|
|Year of Publication||1997|
|Authors||Richter, J, Wolff, P, Franzen, H, Heim, F|
|Pagination||364 p. : fig., tab.|
|Publisher||German Foundation for International Development (DSE)|
|Place Published||Feldafing, Germany|
|Keywords||agriculture, cab97/6, capacity building, development cooperation, policies, research, sdiwrm, training, water management, water resources management, water rights|
These proceedings contain the presentations and working group papers of the workshop on intersectoral water management in developing countries. The workshop also provided recommendations which addressed four areas: water policies; water research; training and capacity-building for intersectoral water management; and development assistance. The fifteen prepared papers included: general background papers on cultural dimensions, global water problems, tradable water rights, institutional arrangements, international water scarcity, and allocation mechanisms; case studies from Peru, India, Thailand, Tunisia, the Middle East; and papers on donor policies from KfW (Germany), FAO and World Bank.