Third World Centre for Water Management

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Human Development Report 2006 Occasional Papers

Human Development Report 2006: Beyond Scarcity: Power, poverty and the global water crisis, UNDP, November 9, 2006

Tension Between Agricultural Growth and Sustainability: The El Bajio Case, Mexico, Boris Marañón
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Inter-Basin Water Transfer for Augmentation of Water Resources in India – A Review of Needs, Plans, Status and ProspectsC.D. Thatte
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Marginalising the Poorest: Case of Badowita, Sri LankaCecilia Tortajada
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Who Has Access to Water? Case Study of Mexico City Metropolitan AreaCecilia Tortajada
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Reaching the Poorest: Rural Water Supply in MoroccoCecilia Tortajada
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Private versus Public in Water Provision: Encouraging Case of Sri LankaCecilia Tortajada
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Sao Francisco Water TransferCecilia Tortajada
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Singapore: an Exemplary Case for Urban Water Management, Cecilia Tortajada
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Water Transfer from the Ebro RiverCecilia Tortajada
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Water Governance with Equity: Is Decentralisation the Answer? Decentralisation of the Water Sector in Mexico and Intercomparison with Practices from Turkey and Brazil, Cecilia Tortajada
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Dams and Large Scale Irrigation on the Senegal River. Impacts on Man and the Environment, Andre DeGeorges and B.K. Reilly
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The Status of the South to North Water Transfer Plans in ChinaJames E. Nickum
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The Case of the Water Framework Directive and Irrigation in Mediterranean AgricultureJosé Albiac
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The Senegal River CaseOlli Varis, Virpi Stucki and Sylvie Fraboulet-Jussila
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Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia: Nature’s affluence Meets Human PovertyO. Varis, M. Kummu, M. Keskinen, J. Sarkkula, J. Koponen, U. Heinonen and K. Makkonen
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Water Conflict between the US and Mexico: Lining of the All-American CanalVicente Sánchez Munguía
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Water Resources at Stake: The Mountain Aquifer beneath the occupied West Bank, Palestinian TerritoriesSimone Klawitter
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Wastewater as a Controversial, Contaminated yet Coveted Resource in South AsiaStephanie Buechler and Christopher Scott
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