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Raising the awareness of the basin community (English)

This note is one in a series explaining the attributes and practical application of integrated river basin management. This note discusses: 1) The value of having a community that is aware of the natural resources issues in the basin; and 2) Some of the ways a river basin organization could introduce awareness raising programs to different stakeholders.


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    Millington, Peter;Olson, Douglas;McMillan, Shell

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    Raising the awareness of the basin community

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Millington, Peter;Olson, Douglas;McMillan, Shell

Raising the awareness of the basin community (English). Integrated river basin management briefing note ; no. 13 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.