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Implications of establishing state-led water rights and institutional arrangements on the Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Author : Komakech
When there is limited availability of water for productive uses, it is necessary to define clear rules on who is entitle to use water, for what purpose, at which location, quantity at what time, for how long and how the rules will be enforced or changed. These rules can ideally be defined by governments, non-governmental organisations, water users, religious leaders etc.
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Chapter : Hydrolink Magazine
Category : 2014
Article : Issue 2 - The Three Gorges Project
Date Published : 01/06/2014
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