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Water as a human right for the Middle East and North Africa

By: Biswas, Asit K Ed.
Contributor(s): Rached, Eglal Ed | Tortajada, Cecilia Ed.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London; Routledge, 2008Description: 191p.ISBN: 9780415445849.Subject(s): Water resource ManagementDDC classification: 556.18(61) BIS/W Summary: This book systematically and comprehensively analyzes the legal development of the concept of water as a human right; implications for the national governments, and international and national organizations for the implementation of this concept; progress made in different Middle East and North African countries to provide every individual access to clean water and sanitation, constraints faced to assure universal access to water-related services and how these constraints can be overcome, and an overall research agenda in areas where more knowledge is necessary.
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This book systematically and comprehensively analyzes the legal development of the concept of water as a human right; implications for the national governments, and international and national organizations for the implementation of this concept; progress made in different Middle East and North African countries to provide every individual access to clean water and sanitation, constraints faced to assure universal access to water-related services and how these constraints can be overcome, and an overall research agenda in areas where more knowledge is necessary.

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