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Guidelines for the sustainable development of water infrastructure in West Africa Guidelines for the sustainable development of water infrastructure in West Africa

Date added: 12/26/2012
Date modified: 01/11/2013
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Regional dialogue on major water infrastructure in West Africa : Building multi-stakeholder participation from 2009 to 2011 Regional dialogue on major water infrastructure in West Africa : Building multi-stakeholder participation from 2009 to 2011

Date added: 11/22/2012
Date modified: 11/23/2012
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Regional dialogue on major water infrastructure in West Africa : Building multi-stakeholder participation from 2009 to 2011

GWI-Dams_Sharing the Water, sharing the benefits  GWI-Dams_Sharing the Water, sharing the benefits

Date added: 11/22/2012
Date modified: 11/23/2012
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GWI-Dams_Sharing the Water, sharing the benefits

Coordination of the Activities of Basin Organizations: Guide of Good Practices Coordination of the Activities of Basin Organizations: Guide of Good Practices

Date added: 03/04/2013
Date modified: 03/04/2013
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Transboundary Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), by appropriate governance and planned investments on the basin scale is the key to sustainable use and conservation of natural resources. Through fair sharing of resources and benefits involved, it helps to prevent conflicts between uses and between States, and thus contributes to sustainable development in the areas considered.

IWMI Research Report 144, Revisiting Dominant Notions: A Review of Costs, Performance and Institutions of Small Reservoirs in Sub-Saharan Africa IWMI Research Report 144, Revisiting Dominant Notions: A Review of Costs, Performance and Institutions of Small Reservoirs in Sub-Saharan Africa

Date added: 03/05/2013
Date modified: 03/05/2013
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This report focuses on four countries in subSaharan Africa: Burkina Faso and Ghana in West Africa; and Ethiopia and Zambia in eastern and southeastern Africa. These countries were selected, first, because they are illustrative of diverse settings of sub Saharan Africa; this enables both context-specific observations and common insights that will be relevant for the continent to be drawn. Second, the four countries have witnessed significant investments (past or recent) in small reservoirs.