Mainstreaming the participatory approach in water resource governance: the 2002 water law in Kenya

K'Akumu, O.A. 2008. Mainstreaming the participatory approach in water resource governance: the 2002 water law in Kenya. Development. 51, pp. 56-62.

TitleMainstreaming the participatory approach in water resource governance: the 2002 water law in Kenya
AuthorsK'Akumu, O.A.
Abstract

O.A. K'Akumu examines reforms that have been put in place by the Water Act of 2002 in Kenya. He shows that the government remains an active and powerful player in the management of water while local institutions need to be strengthened for effective water resource governance.

JournalDevelopment
Journal citation51, pp. 56-62
ISSN1011-6370
Year2008
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1057/palgrave.development.1100457

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