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A Strategy for water sector capacity building

United Nations. Development Programme.

A Strategy for water sector capacity building

Proceedings of the UNDP Symposium, Delft, 3-5 June, 1991

by United Nations. Development Programme.

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Published by International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering in Delft, The Netherlands .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited Nations Development Programme & International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering; edited by G J Alaerts, T L Blair & F J A Hartvelt.
    SeriesIHE Report Series -- 24
    ContributionsAlaerts, G J., Blair, T L., Hartvelt, F J A., International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination191 p.
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19768862M

    WASHplus Behavior Change Strategy In addition, capacity‐building and on‐going support to NGOs is offered to support improved WASH practice and ultimate achievementof target goals. National Hygiene Promotion Strategy for Water Supply and Sanitation Sector in Bangladesh, File Size: 1MB.   Both organizations’ efforts in the poverty reduction and capacity building arenas hinge to a large extent on the poverty reduction strategy process, and expectations have been heightened among. • Capacity building and support - office and field monitoring equipment, water management training for managers/ technicians in 14 sub -zoba administrations, water .


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