Workshop on Strategies for Integrated Water Resources Management in Latin America and the Caribbean: Proceedings
AbstractThis report summarizes the results of the two-day Consultation Workshop on Strategies for Integrated Water Resources Management in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) financed through a Bank technical cooperation (ATN/SF-5194-RG). The Workshop was held on May 6th-7th, 1996 in San José, Costa Rica. The Workshop included six presentations by consultants on various aspects of water resources management. The consultants' presentations dealt with the following topics: 1) Proposed Elements for a Bank Strategy on Water Resources Management; 2) Planning for the Integrated Management of Water Resources; 3) Institutional Innovation for the Integrated Management of Water Resources; 4) Community Participation in Watershed Management; 5) Water Markets, Monopolies and Rights: Institutional Elements; 6) Economic Instruments in Integrated Water Resources Management: Advantages and Constraints.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Inter-American Development Bank in its series IDB Publications with number 47058.
Date of creation: Dec 1996
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