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Koppen (2002), Catchment management agencies for poverty eradication

By Barbara Schreiner and Barbara Van Koppen

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This paper discusses the changes in the water law under the new dispensation in South Africa from a poverty perspective. The focus is on the early experiences of implementation of one of the components of the National Water Act: establishing Catchment Management Agencies. From the diversity of experiences in decentralizing integrated water management, key areas emerge where steering by the government is crucial to establish pro-poor, developmental Catchment Management Agencies. Keywords: poverty, water, integrated water resources management, catchment managemen

Topics: agency, water law, South Africa
Year: 2011
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