Multiple-use water services to advance the millennium development goals
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van Koppen, Barbara; Moriarty, P.; Boelee, Eline. 2006. Multiple-use water services to advance the millennium development goals. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). v, 44p. (IWMI Research Report 098) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3910/2009.098
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This research report presents the findings of the first phase of the action-research project "Models for implementing multiple-use water supply systems for enhanced land and water productivity, rural livelihoods and gender equity." Multipleuse water services, or "mus" in short, is a participatory, integrated and poverty-reduction focused approach in poor rural and peri-urban areas, which takes people's multiple water needs as a starting point for providing integrated services, moving beyond the conventional sectoral barriers of the domestic and productive sectors.
SubjectsWATER SUPPLY; POVERTY; MODELS; IRRIGATION WATER; DOMESTIC WATER; DRINKING WATER; GENDER; COST RECOVERY; WATER QUALITY; ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY; PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT; SOCIAL PARTICIPATION; LEGISLATION;
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