Water Resources Strategy for Northern El Salvador

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Project ID

Project Title

Water Resources Strategy for North El Salvador

Type

Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM)

Focus Areas

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Project Partners

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Financing

Total: $20,000;

Sources of Financing: UNDP TRAC

Timeframe

2007

Status

Completed

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Description

The project aims to develop a strategy for managing water resources for the development of northern El Salvador, as a tool to support the National Water Agenda. Technically it will support the Presidential Program Plan Nation, National Commission for Development in the study to analyze and systematize information on national water resources with emphasis on the area north of the country, identifying the main implications of policies, assessing and proposing institutional lines.

Expected Outcomes

Achievements: Results and Impact

Lessons for Replication

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References

See also

  1. Water Conflict and Cooperation/Lempa River Basin
  2. The Case of the Trifinio Plan in the Upper Lempa: Opportunities and Challenges for the Shared Management of Central American Transnational Basins
  3. Rehabilitation of drinking water in the Santa Teresa community, municipality of San Martín
  4. Promoting good governance of water resources in El Salvador
  5. Promoting and strengthening of Strategic Partnerships for the provision of decentralized water services

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