Inadequacies in the water reforms in the Kyrgyz Republic: an institutional analysis
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Ul Hassan, Mehmood; Starkloff, R.; Nizamedinkhodjaeva, Nargiza. 2004. Inadequacies in the water reforms in the Kyrgyz Republic: an institutional analysis. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). vii, 44p. (IWMI Research Report 081) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3910/2009.082
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This report analyzes the evolving water-management institutions and their performance of five core water management functions, in the context of the ongoing economic and agrarian reform in the Kyrgyz Republic. These core water-management functions are, operation of water systems, maintenance, resource mobilization, conflict resolution and organizational management. The report also identifies key issues and challenges that constrain effective stakeholder participation in water-resources management.
SubjectsWATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; ANALYSIS; IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT; WATER USERS? ASSOCIATIONS; RESEARCH METHODS; AGRARIAN REFORM; IRRIGATION PROGRAMS; OPERATIONS; MAINTENANCE; CONFLICT; RIVERS;
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