About     "Water resource management has been promoted globally, and is often thought to be the responsibility of national and multi-national agencies managing major river basins, including those which cross the boundaries of more than one nation state. But the potential for monitoring and managing water resources at local or community level should be better acknowledged. In particular, traditional water management practices must be recognised and used as a foundation for the development of future water management strategies"  Sir Crispin Tickell

Chapter 4 is on Sierra Leone and Ghana specifically.

Author    Institution of Civil Engineers, Oxfam GB and WaterAid

Year         2011


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