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Ethiopia- Stakeholder Participation in managing River Basins

Created on 16 May 2017
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Water Integrity is the idea that underpins efforts to improve governance and reduce the scope for corruption in the water sector. It is made of 3main components: Transparency, Accountability, Particpation, and Anti-Corruption Measures.

When it comes to industrial water use, Accountability on part of the industry is a lot about responsible water use. Part of it making sure that the industry does not leave the water resources it uses, polluted.

This video shows how the Awash Basin Authority in Ethiopia works to bring together different stakeholders and water users in the region, into the planning and decisionmaking process. And how the participation of all helps improve coordination and minimize the inclination to break the rules.

More info: http://www.waterintegritynetwork.net/
Produced by: MetaMeta and Water Integrity Network
Year: 2017
Language: English
Region: Global



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