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A prominent gap in the development of an institutional response to the conservation of ecosystem services, specifically water regulation (quantity and quality), is local capacity for engaging communities in generating a sense of “ownership” and understanding of the institutions.   In 2009, Rare identified in Natura Bolivia’s “reciprocal agreements for watershed services” (Acuerdos Recipricos de Agua or ARA) an approach that could gain community support  for watershed management  implemented by local institutions. 

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