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Economics of water point development in central Tunisia

Robert M. Reeser

Economics of water point development in central Tunisia

by Robert M. Reeser

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Published by Clark University, Institute for Development Anthropology in Worcester, MA, Binghamton, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water resources development -- Tunisia.,
  • Water-supply -- Tunisia.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert M. Reeser.
    SeriesCooperative agreement on human settlements and natural resource systems analysis, [Working papers -- no. 36], IDA working paper -- no. 36.
    ContributionsClark University (Worcester, Mass.), Institute for Development Anthropology (Binghamton, N.Y.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22182739M

    This book provides an assessment of climate risks, opportunities and possible actions in Tunisia. It recognizes that the Tunisian revolution of January 14th has created significant change in Tunisia resulting in new challenges and opportunities for addressing climate change. regulatory and economic instruments to encourage water conservation and the use of alter‐ native water supply sources. This volume of the INECO publishable reports outlines the analysis of the institutional framework and decision‐making practices for water management in Tunisia. It highlights the.

    The contrast between West and East Germany demonstrates that one reason central planning was abandoned as an economic system was its failure, in the last quarter of the twentieth century, to deliver the improvements in living standards achieved by some capitalist economies. The revolution was a powerful expression of Tunisians' desire to have their voice heard in the economic and political life of their country. Following the Revolution, the Tunisian government embarked on a series of efforts to improve the quality of governance, advance administrative reforms, fight corruption, increase social inclusion, and reduce regional disparities. USAID Tunisia.

    Economic water scarcity is when someone doesn't have the money to buy water for their demands. Factors causing water scarcity Q2. Part of Tunisia is located in the Sahara desert and they don't get much rainfall so it's pretty dry there. Tunisia has low levels of ground water. High population growth. Overused of water resources. Physical map of. The Economist - World News, Politics, Economics, Business & Finance The Economist today Thursday, May 28th News analysis. China wants to make the yuan a central-bank favourite.


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