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Costa Rica, even though has abundant water, has been facing some conflicts over the access to water due to an inadequate legal and institutional framework. As an example, its water law dates back to 1942; iIts constitution does not consider water either as part of the public domain neither as a human right. More than 30% of the population in the country is served by a community ran aqueduct, but still there is not a law regulating this important mechanism in an integrated manner and strengthening their capabilities.

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