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Identification Studies Stakeholder Involvement and Communication Strategy

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Wubalem Fekade (ENTRO) gives a presentation on the experience of the Eastern Nile Technical Regional office. The importance of stakeholder consultation is discussed as well as the used model, the results and recommendations for this consultation.

More info: www.nilebasin.org
Produced by: University Water Sector Partnership
Year: 2012
Language: English

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