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Competing for water : Understanding conflict and cooperation in local water governance

Water Governance Conflict Cooperation

Danida - Agence danoise pour le développement international

Titre du projet : Competing for water : Understanding conflict and cooperation in local water governance

Pays : Bolivia, Mali, Nicaragua, Vietnam, Zambia

Durée  : January 1, 2007 à April 28, 2011

Description
‘’Competing for Water" is a collaborative research programme which between 2007 and 2011 has investigated local water conflict and cooperation in Africa, Asia and Latin America, and has analysed the consequences of such conflict and cooperation for the poor. The programme has been coordinated by the Danish Institute for International Studies and carried out together with partners in Bolivia, Nicaragua, Mali, Vietnam and Zambia, and international partners in South Africa and the UK. The programme was funded through a grant of DKK 10 million received from the Danish Research Council for Development Research, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Coordination : Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) Denmark

Financement : DKK 10,000,000

Présentation : DANIDA

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