Asie central

Conference Papers & Reports
Ouzbékistan
Asie
Asie central

With the global expansion of urban areas, competition over both land and water resources is steadily increasing, especially within developing countries(FAO 2012; Kuslu 2007; CER 2009). The expansion of urban areas into agricultural areas, such as in Uzbekistan, has created competition for water between farmers and non-farmers (FAO 2002, 2005). Subsequent growth of urban and peri-urban areas envisages new and expanded demands for water resources, entailing both reproductive and productive uses especially by the poor (Drechsel et al. 2006; van Koppen et al. 2006).

Journal Articles & Books
décembre 2016
Inde
Sri Lanka
Asie central
Afrique orientale
Afrique septentrionale
Asia du sud-est
Afrique australe
Afrique occidentale
Reports & Research
décembre 2012
Yémen
Soudan
Turquie
Asie central
Asie occidentale
Afrique septentrionale
Reports & Research
décembre 2001
Asie méridionale
Asie orientale
Asie central
Europe
Océanie
Afrique
Asie occidentale
Afrique septentrionale
Amérique centrale
Amérique du Sud
Caraïbes

This paper on Water for Rural Development is divided into two parts. The first part outlines the most important issues from IWMI's point of view on water for rural development, with a focus on developing countries. This part identifies, discusses and provides recommendations for key areas for interventions in water resources development and management in the context of rural development. The second part of the document provides analyses of present and future water resources in the World Bank's defined regions.

Journal Articles & Books
décembre 2016
Asie central
Asia du sud-est
Asie occidentale

This paper serves international water con ict resolution efforts by examining the ways that states contest hegemonic transboundary water arrangements. The conceptual framework of dynamic transboundary water interaction that it presents integrates theories about change and counter-hegemony to ascertain coercive, leverage, and liberating mechanisms through which contest and transformation of an arrangement occur.