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Community Participation in Community Water Mana...
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Community Participation in Community Water Management is new approach in water management in general and particularly in Tanzania. The approach has gained more attention recently due to prevailing water crisis in many parts of the country, which was the result of not having strong community management in taking care water schemes. This situation is caused by organizations both public and private who normally do not involve the community in: Planning, implementing and managing water project aimed at improving their living conditions. The result of which is the schemes failure within short period due to technical and administrative faults. For this reason, most of water schemes are now trying to bring in the community voice in water supply planning and management aiming at ensure sustainable water supply which is considered as one of the basic need and human right. This book which is based on action research will put more light on issue of community water management. It will be useful for researchers, social workers, policy makers and administrators in both public and private sectors.

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Improving Community Water Supply
21,99 € *
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With population of more than 1500 people, communities in Tambukareli sub community in Geita Region, were facing inadequate access to water supply in their community. In order to solve that problem, communities decided to organize themselves to use the available water source to supply water within the community with a support from other stakeholders. The major activity planned under this project was to construct water supply scheme in order to increase accessibility of water supply throughout the year, closer to the user homes. With support from the author of this work, Tambukareli Water User Group (TWUG) management, managed to prepare a project proposal for fund raising. The proposal was submitted to Plan International (Tanzania), a development NGO located in Geita District. The proposal was successfully accepted by Plan International and managed to disburse funds amounting to Tanzanian Shillings. 78,518,300/= for the purpose of completing the intended project activities.

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Improving Community Water Supply
21,99 € *
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With population of more than 1500 people, communities in Tambukareli sub community in Geita Region, were facing inadequate access to water supply in their community. In order to solve that problem, communities decided to organize themselves to use the available water source to supply water within the community with a support from other stakeholders. The major activity planned under this project was to construct water supply scheme in order to increase accessibility of water supply throughout the year, closer to the user homes. With support from the author of this work, Tambukareli Water User Group (TWUG) management, managed to prepare a project proposal for fund raising. The proposal was submitted to Plan International (Tanzania), a development NGO located in Geita District. The proposal was successfully accepted by Plan International and managed to disburse funds amounting to Tanzanian Shillings. 78,518,300/= for the purpose of completing the intended project activities.

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Ramesh, Rengasamy: Community-managed Domestic W...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Community-managed Domestic Water Supply System, Titelzusatz: Participation, Community Management, Decentralization, Drinking Water Sector Reform India, Autor: Ramesh, Rengasamy, Verlag: VDM Verlag, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Sozialpädagogik, Seiten: 264, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 409 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Factors influencing water resource governance a...
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The importance of proper Water Resource Management with greater emphasis on ensuring sustainability, quality, accountability and community participation has become imminent as water resources increasingly become scarce (Harvey et al, 2007). Water resources management in Tanzania is governed under the National Water Policy of 2002 and Water Resources Management Act No.11 of 2009. Other related legislative acts include Environmental Management Act No. 20 of 2004, Forest Policy and Forest Act No. 14 of 2002 and Water Supply Act No.12 of 2009 among others. However the mechanisms, processes, and institutions through which all stakeholders articulate their priorities, exercise their legal rights, meet their obligations and mediate their differences are still missing. This study employed descriptive exploratory research design. Data collection was done by the use of both structured and semi structured interview to respondents who were both purpose and simple randomly selected, observation and focus group discussion. Review of reports from Districts and Basin offices, and internet to access relevant secondary information was done.

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Mbunju, Boniface: Improving Community Water Supply
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.05.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Improving Community Water Supply, Titelzusatz: A case of Tambukareli Sub Community - Geita Tanzania, Autor: Mbunju, Boniface, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Biologie // Sonstiges, Seiten: 88, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 147 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Community-managed Domestic Water Supply System
79,00 € *
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Community-managed services, as opposed to state- managed services have come up as alternative service delivery mechanisms in many parts of the world. Many federal and regional governments have resorted to go in for arrangements that are close to the users of service, (or services delivered by the market) rather than centrally being managed. The state government of Tamil Nadu, in India as part of sector reform measures has shifted the responsibility of providing drinking water supply to a community- managed system. This is viewed as a major reform in rural drinking water sector in India. This research is an empirical verification to find out the functioning of community-managed water service delivery system in the villages of Tamil Nadu state in India. This was taken up as a research for obtaining PhD degree from the Department of Rural Development, Gandhigram Rural University in Tamil Nadu, India. This thesis must be a good reference material to anybody involved in understanding the drinking water sector, and reform initiatives in drinking water supply system in India.

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Factors influencing water resource governance a...
55,90 € *
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The importance of proper Water Resource Management with greater emphasis on ensuring sustainability, quality, accountability and community participation has become imminent as water resources increasingly become scarce (Harvey et al, 2007). Water resources management in Tanzania is governed under the National Water Policy of 2002 and Water Resources Management Act No.11 of 2009. Other related legislative acts include Environmental Management Act No. 20 of 2004, Forest Policy and Forest Act No. 14 of 2002 and Water Supply Act No.12 of 2009 among others. However the mechanisms, processes, and institutions through which all stakeholders articulate their priorities, exercise their legal rights, meet their obligations and mediate their differences are still missing. This study employed descriptive exploratory research design. Data collection was done by the use of both structured and semi structured interview to respondents who were both purpose and simple randomly selected, observation and focus group discussion. Review of reports from Districts and Basin offices, and internet to access relevant secondary information was done.

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Community-managed Domestic Water Supply System
81,30 € *
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Community-managed services, as opposed to state- managed services have come up as alternative service delivery mechanisms in many parts of the world. Many federal and regional governments have resorted to go in for arrangements that are close to the users of service, (or services delivered by the market) rather than centrally being managed. The state government of Tamil Nadu, in India as part of sector reform measures has shifted the responsibility of providing drinking water supply to a community- managed system. This is viewed as a major reform in rural drinking water sector in India. This research is an empirical verification to find out the functioning of community-managed water service delivery system in the villages of Tamil Nadu state in India. This was taken up as a research for obtaining PhD degree from the Department of Rural Development, Gandhigram Rural University in Tamil Nadu, India. This thesis must be a good reference material to anybody involved in understanding the drinking water sector, and reform initiatives in drinking water supply system in India.

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Stand: 21.01.2020
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