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2. How to attain a country’s vision for water outcomes? How to link policies to realities?

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Key concepts & skills: • The role of water policy • Water policy principles and process principles for water policy • Context of water policy: historical or political • Typology of water policy and planning reforms • Paradigms in major international arrangements

Recommended (Handbooks & Toolkits):

40.jpg RULE: reforming water governance (IUCN, 2009)
This guide shows how national water reform processes can deliver good water governance, by focusing on the principles and practice of reform. It guides managers and decision makers on a journey which provides an overview of what makes good law, policy and institutions, and the steps needed to build a coherent and fully operational water governance structure. The book is available in English, Spanish and French.

Stories from the IUCN-WANI (Water And Nature Initiative):

Africa: Community-based Natural Resource Management holds promise in the Okavango Delta;
Post Party, Post Election: A New Governance Emerges in Nigeria;
Zimbabwe: Balancing urban and rural water needs in times of water stress

Americas: Community Development Councils in Guatemala;
El Salvador: San Pedro River Micro-Watershed Community Association;
Guatemala: San Pablo-Suchiate River Midlands Micro-Watershed

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