Posted by: Bob Payne | May 18, 2011

Bridging the Governance Gap: Strategies to Integrate Water and Land Use Planning

This updated report,’ Bridging the Governance Gap: Strategies to Integrate Water and Land Use Planning’, builds on work done in partnership with a number of organizations and individuals involved in water policy and land use planning. The first edition, published in 2007, received wide distribution.

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  1. Strategy to land use and water resource management shall be integrated as a holistic approach of sustainable development. For Economic growth, agricultural activities and food production farmers and fisher-folks be involved in decision making process in order to Protect environment, conserve community forestry and maintain bio-diversity.


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