Knowledge And Capacity Gaps In The Implementation Of Integrated Water Resources Management
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Knowledge And Capacity Gaps In The Implementation Of Integrated Water Resources Management In The Hadejia Jama'are Komadugu Yobe Basin, Nigeria
The paper is drawn out of my PhD research which examined functional gaps and overlaps in the implementation of integrated water resources management (IWRM) in the Hadejia Jama’are Komadugu Yobe Basin (HJKYB), Nigeria and showed how they collectively hamper effective utilization and management of water resources. The research identified seven functional gaps and three areas of overlaps. This paper concentrates on two of the gaps that is knowledge and capacity gaps. The HJKYB is a unique hydrological unit in northern Nigeria; which supports the livelihoods of some 15 million people. It has many statutory and customary water resources management institutions with conflicting responDownloadViews: 50

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