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National Sector Assessment and Overview of WASH Programme in Madagascar.

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

This study examines the advantages, limitations and implications of involving foreign military assets”personnel, equipment and expertise”in the relief operations that follow major natural...

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Date: Feb 2014
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Sources No. 8 sets out the foundations for the right to water in international and regional treaties and declarations as well as in national laws. It sets out explicit references to the right to...

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This report presents a comprehensive action plan designed to minimize the loss of life and destruction brought on by increasing numbers of water-related disasters worldwide (such as floods,...

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Both water supply and electricity services in Madagascar are provided mainly through the combined utility, JIRAMA. Problems with JIRAMA ‘s ability to provide both services led to a program of...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: Pakistan

• The flooding and associated devastation that have battered Pakistan since late July 2010 present
yet another series of challenges to its government, already contending with violence from...

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Date: Feb 2014
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This case study seeks to understand how local pastoral communities could play in the management of drought in Iran. It begins with an examination of the range of organisations that are involved in...

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Date: Feb 2014

The purpose of this paper is to highlight the salient strengths and shortcomings in the existing legal and institutional capacities of the Lao PDR to address hazards and their risk of becoming a...

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Date: Feb 2014
Location: World

Water is essential for human survival and progress. In the Pacific, countries face a range of unique challenges resulting from the islands' size, topography, geology, location, and climate....

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