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Promote and implement human rights to water and capacity building of local communities and civil society

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This solution is a strategy for disseminating and awareness of the implications of the human right to water and capacity building of communities to exercise their right before local authorities, as part of the programme of strengthening civil society to contribute to sustainable water and sanitation at Mexico through its participation in the design, implementation and monitoring of public policies relating to conservation and water management.

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Supporting local authorities – Improving local water supply services through legitimate and competent local management in Burkina Faso

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The project to improve water supply services in ten communes of Burkina Faso was carried out by Eau Vive and partners from 2008 to 2011 with a budget of €850 000. In the context of decentralisation the project was divided into four components in an approach that aimed to build local capacities and governance as well as containing an infrastructure component, to help local authorities assume their new roles and responsibilities for water supply services.

1.    Initial capacity building with local authorities

2.    Setting up a water governance structure within the commune

3.    Construction work

4.    Operating contracts

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The Greater Lyon City Council (Grand Lyon) supports international solidarity for water and sanitation

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Water Directorate of Grand Lyon has been committed to international solidarity since 2005. It provides support for international water and sanitation actions in two ways: by implementing decentralised cooperation actions (institutional and technical support) in favour of local authorities in developing countries and by financing projects through the “Solidarity and Sustainable Development Fund for Water”.

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Gouvernance pour la valorisation et le partage des connaissances sur l’eau : exemple d’une Autorité Locale – le Département de l’Hérault, France

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Au centre du dispositif se trouve une base de données informatique rassemblant les informations en provenance des stations de mesure issues de réseaux départementaux mis en place en partenariat avec les organismes directement responsables : collectivités, services de l’Etat, Agence de l’Eau. Les données sont compatibles au format d’échange national SANDRE.

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Astuce&Tic : Prediction of the impact of urbanisation and climate change on ecosystemic services (water and soil)

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The main goal of A&T program is to build up an integrated approach of a territory by combining knowledge, tools and know how developed until today independently in agronomy, soil science, geochemistry, geography, urbanization and economy. Three groups of indicators are produced : (i) Soil artificialization that increases runoff and erosion, (ii)  Water quality and quantity related to Soil resources (iii) Crop production.

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Adaptative management of hydraulic structures on the Sèvree nantaise and Thouet rivers

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Development of a multicriteria tool and approach to develop intervention programmes for river restoration. 300 sites have undergone the participative multicriterai analysis. 3 programmes of opening of gates and lowering of structures have already been conducted.

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Bridging the gaps – holistic and local water governance

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The Morsa cooperative work started in 1999 on an initiative from the four municipalities in the Vansjø water catchment, Våler, Moss, Rygge og Råde. In addition these municipalities managed to also include the four up-stream municipalities, regional authorities and the farmers unions in the two counties Østfold and Akershus for a joint effort for lake Vansjø which was in a poor condition.

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Twinning between the Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw (POLAND) and the Western Bug Basin Water Department in Lutsk (UKRAINE)

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This solution consists in the twinning of two parties. Here, the two partners were the Regional Water Management Authority in Warsaw (POLAND) and the Western Bug Basin Water Department (WBBWD) in Lutsk (UKRAINE). The focus of their twinning was exchanges of experiences and good practices on the implementation of the Water Framework Directive.

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The Kayes region, Mali –agricultural water management tools for farmers’ organizations

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In the region of Kayes (Mali), access to water for agricultural and domestic uses involves the development and management of various water control systems. Thus agricultural water management systems have been built in the region, like small dams, but without management committee responsible for the maintenance of these systems.

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Local authorities role in the quality recovery of river Araize

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This solution concerns the organisation of the negociation to explain all stakeholders the interest of having a project to recover a river as close as possible of its “natural” state. It concerns also the interaction between local authorities and administration.

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