IWRM Challenges in Developing Countries: Lessons from India and Elsewhere

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2007
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"Converting a philosophy into practice is a challenge. Recent IWRM experiences in developing countries present a case in point. At the operational level, they take a rather narrow view of the concept and have largely tended to be introduced as a blueprint package. The key to successful IWRM implementation is integration of the local resources and in the local context."
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developing countries, water management, indigenous knowledge
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