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A Strategy for water sector capacity building

United Nations. Development Programme.

A Strategy for water sector capacity building

Proceedings of the UNDP Symposium, Delft, 3-5 June, 1991

by United Nations. Development Programme.

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Published by International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering in Delft, The Netherlands .
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  • Water-supply.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited Nations Development Programme & International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering; edited by G J Alaerts, T L Blair & F J A Hartvelt.
    SeriesIHE Report Series -- 24
    ContributionsAlaerts, G J., Blair, T L., Hartvelt, F J A., International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination191 p.
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19768862M

    Capacity Building for the Water Sector in Mexico An Analysis of Recent Efforts IWRA, Water International, Vol Number 4, December the need to improve and make more efficient the management practices at thefederal, central and local.   Despite current efforts and initiatives in the water sector, many barriers need to be removed in order to accelerate sustainable investments. New, concrete support is needed at the local level. Distance learning and exchange of information electronically can contribute to capacity building in water management and sustainable water investments.

    Capacity building strategy Capacity building is the development of abilities in participants to critically evaluate and contribute to development options and outcomes. This includes capacity in terms of resources, technical skills, knowledge content and institutionalFile Size: KB. Pakistan - Water Sector Capacity Building and Advisory Services Project (English) Abstract. The objective of the Water Sector Capacity Building and Advisory Services Project for Pakistan is to improve management and investment planning of water resources in the Indus River Basin.

    and implementation of irrigation and water resources projects; Capacity building must be addressed in a holistic manner to enable ministry staff to effectively respond to the growing needs in the water sector, technical as well as managerial; The role of the private sector, water user associations and community. Capacity building is the process whereby a community equips itself to undertake the necessary functions of governance and service provision in a sustainable fashion. The process of capacity building must be aimed at both increasing access to resources and to changing the .


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