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  • Water resources management in Colombia — Colombia has a long and well established framework for water resources management. Water resources availability per capita in Colombia was 45,408 cubic meters in 2007, way above the world’s average of 8,209. The country is particularly prone to… …   Wikipedia

  • Water resources management in Brazil — The 1988 Constitution established a distinction between federally controlled water, for rivers, lakes, and lagoons across state boundaries (article 20), and state controlled water, for rivers and groundwater that remain completely within state… …   Wikipedia

  • Water resources management in Peru — Source : INRENAtorage capacity and infrastructureIn 1980, INRENA established an inventory of Peru s water storage capacity, including lakes and dams. Peru has 12,201 lakes, 3,896 of which are located in the Pacific basin, 7,441 in the Atlantic… …   Wikipedia

  • Water resources management in Bolivia — Source : National Program for Climate Change cite web url=http://www.pncc.gov.bo/esp/pdf/publicaciones/20 IVAR vulnerabilidad2.pdf title= El Cambio Climático en Bolivia (Análisis, Síntesis de Impactos y Adaptación) author= Ministerio de… …   Wikipedia

  • Water resources management in Uruguay — Source : WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme ( [http://www.wssinfo.org/en/welcome.html JMP] /2006). Data for [http://www.wssinfo.org/pdf/country/URY wat.pdf water] and [http://www.wssinfo.org/pdf/country/URY san.pdf sanitation] based on the WHO …   Wikipedia

  • Water resources management in Mexico — Drinking water and sanitationIn 1998, domestic consumption accounted for 17% of surface water withdrawals in Mexico. During the past decade, the Mexican water supply and sanitation sector made major strides in service coverage. In urban areas… …   Wikipedia

  • Water resources management in Pakistan — Water resources= According to the United Nations World Water Development Report, the total actual renewable water resources decreased from 2,961 m³ per capita in 2000 to 1,420 m³ per capita in 2005. [cite journal last = United Nations Educational …   Wikipedia

  • Neher water system — provided clean water for the people of Aurangabad and its suburbs. It was created by Malik Ambar and was later expanded by Aurangzeb in order to facilitate the military activity that became prevalent under Mughal rule during the 17th century.… …   Wikipedia

  • Water supply and sanitation in the European Union — still is under the responsibility of each member state. Nevertheless, the European Union established some policies which impact the National water strategies tremendously. However, WSS evolved in every Member State independently until the… …   Wikipedia

  • Water supply and sanitation in Brazil — has proved to be a resilient and resourceful sector, despite tremendous challenges and persistent inequalities in the sector. A lot has been achieved during the past decades, including a sustained improvement in efficiency and improved access.… …   Wikipedia

  • Water supply and sanitation in Honduras — Water supply systems which use gravity correspond to 93% of all constructed systems. Mixed and pump using systems correspond to 4.5%. The scattered rural population intensely depends on about 15,000 dug wells. [… …   Wikipedia

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