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New Thinking on Water Governance: A Regional Consultation Workshop on Improving Water Governance.Workshop on New Thinking on Water Governance: A Regional Consultation Workshop on Improving Water Governance. The Institute of Water Policy, one of the Asia-Pacific Water Forum Knowledge Hubs, defines water governance broadly as the set of water laws, policies, programs and projects adopted by a country or a State to develop and manage its water resources to meet the current and future needs of its population. Good water governance implies that these laws, policies, programs and projects are effective, efficient, equitable, sustainable, and are consistent with the Dublin Principles."
New Thinking on Water Governance: A Regional Consultation Workshop on Improving Water Governance.Workshop on New Thinking on Water Governance: A Regional Consultation Workshop on Improving Water Governance. The Institute of Water Policy, one of the Asia-Pacific Water Forum Knowledge Hubs, defines water governance broadly as the set of water laws, policies, programs and projects adopted by a country or a State to develop and manage its water resources to meet the current and future needs of its population. Good water governance implies that these laws, policies, programs and projects are effective, efficient, equitable, sustainable, and are consistent with the Dublin Principles."

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The views expressed in this paper/presentation are the views of theauthor and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the AsianDevelopment Bank (ADB), or its Board of Governors, or thegovernments they represent. ADB does not guarantee the accuracy ofthe data included in this paper and accepts no responsibility for anyconsequence of their use. Terminology used may not necessarily beconsistent with ADB official terms.
 
THE PRACTICE OF WATER REFORMS
PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES IN BRAZILAND INDIA
Dr. Sunil TankhaInstitute of Social StudiesErasmus University Rotterdam
 
A study in similarities and contrasts:
Similarities:
 – Continental scale. – Federal system. – Administrative and political corruption andfragmentation (Brazil 80
th
and India 85
th
in TI’s 2008rankings).
Differences:
 – Brazil is water-rich (~30k m3 per capita), India iswater-poor (~1.2k m3 per capita). – Brazil is middle-income ($ 6,850 –53
rd
), India is poor($ 1,042 –122
nd
).

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