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The model is local-specific and comprises the following institutional arrangements to be in place on each riparian side:
1.    Demand-side hydrographization – rearranging and regrouping water users at all basic levels along undivided hydrologic boundaries.
2.    Supply-side hydrographization – rearranging the existing operational water management bodies along the undivided hydrologic boundaries.
3.    Facilitating the establishment of a Union of sub-basin water users (UWU) for stronger voice and representation when dealing with the state and water management bodies at the entire riparian side scale.
4.    Negotiating and reaching joint governance arrangements with the state at each riparian side through establishment of a Sub-basin Water Committee (SWC) – a joint user-and-state body to oversee water management at each riparian side.
5.    Facilitating the SWCs on both riparian sides of a STT to jointly work out and agree on river-wide institutional arrangements for joint river management.

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