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  • 121 Water resources management in Peru — Source : INRENAtorage capacity and infrastructureIn 1980, INRENA established an inventory of Peru s water storage capacity, including lakes and dams. Peru has 12,201 lakes, 3,896 of which are located in the Pacific basin, 7,441 in the Atlantic… …

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  • 122 Water fluoridation — Fluoridation does not affect the appearance, taste or smell of drinking water.[1] Water fluoridation is the controlled addition of fluoride to a public water supply to reduce tooth decay. Fluoridated water has flu …

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  • 123 Water supply and sanitation in Argentina — Argentina faces five key challenges in the water supply and sanitation sector: (i) low coverage with higher levels of service provision for its income level; (ii) poor service quality; and (iii) high levels of pollution; (iv) low cost recovery;… …

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  • 124 Water resources management in Mexico — Drinking water and sanitationIn 1998, domestic consumption accounted for 17% of surface water withdrawals in Mexico. During the past decade, the Mexican water supply and sanitation sector made major strides in service coverage. In urban areas… …

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  • 125 Water supply and sanitation in Costa Rica — Costa Rica has made significant progress in the past decade in expanding access to water supply and sanitation, but the sector faces key challenges in low sanitation connections, poor service quality, and low cost recovery. Access Source : Joint… …

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  • 126 Water resources in Mexico — {| style= width: 25em; font size: 90%; text align: left; class= infobox !align= center bgcolor= lightblue colspan= 2 |Mexico: Water Resources #if:{ }|Water resources in many parts of Mexico are under stress, especially in the arid northwest and… …

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  • 127 Water supply and sanitation in Benin — The share of domestic funding increased from 9% in 1997 to 25% in 2002. However, the sector still depends strongly on external funding. Overall expenditure decreased from US$11.87 million in 1997 to US$8.57 million in 2002. The share of total… …

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  • 128 Water supply and sanitation in Mozambique — Access Only about 43% of the Mozambican population has access to an improved source of water supply, and only 32% has access to adequate sanitation. Consequences on living conditions are multiple, ranging from poor health to lower productivity… …

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  • 129 supply — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 sth that is supplied ADJECTIVE ▪ total ▪ It is impossible to measure the total supply of money in circulation. ▪ available ▪ endless, inexhaustible …

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  • 130 Water resources of Singapore — The water resources of Singapore are especially precious given the small amount of land and territory in Singapore s geography while having a large urban population in the city state.Without natural freshwater rivers and lakes, the primary… …

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  • 131 Water supply and sanitation in Haiti — Haiti faces key challenges in the water supply and sanitation sector:Notably, access to public services is very low, their quality is inadequate and public institutions remain very weak despite foreign aid and the government s declared intent to… …

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  • 132 Water supply and sanitation in Paraguay — Despite many years of concerted efforts and achievements in expanding coverage and improving service sustainability, many issues remain to be addressed in the water and sanitation sector. Key issues include: (i) a low level of coverage for both… …

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  • 133 Water resources management in Colombia — Colombia has a long and well established framework for water resources management. Water resources availability per capita in Colombia was 45,408 cubic meters in 2007, way above the world’s average of 8,209. The country is particularly prone to… …

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  • 134 Water supply and sanitation in El Salvador — Access to water supply and sanitation in El Salvador remains low, despite recent increases in coverage, which leads to negative impacts on productivity and health in particular of the rural poor. Water resources are heavily polluted and the great …

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  • 135 Water supply and sanitation in Guatemala — The water supply and sanitation sector in Guatemala is characterized by low and inconsistent service coverage, especially in rural areas; unclear allocation of management responsibilities; and little or no regulation and monitoring of service… …

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  • 136 Water resources management in Bolivia — Source : National Program for Climate Change cite web url=http://www.pncc.gov.bo/esp/pdf/publicaciones/20 IVAR vulnerabilidad2.pdf title= El Cambio Climático en Bolivia (Análisis, Síntesis de Impactos y Adaptación) author= Ministerio de… …

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  • 137 Water resources management in Uruguay — Source : WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme ( [http://www.wssinfo.org/en/welcome.html JMP] /2006). Data for [http://www.wssinfo.org/pdf/country/URY wat.pdf water] and [http://www.wssinfo.org/pdf/country/URY san.pdf sanitation] based on the WHO …

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  • 138 Water supply and sanitation in Mendoza — The debate about water supply and sanitation in Mendoza has been dominated by the controversial private concession for the provincial water company OSM granted in 1998 to a consortium led by Enron. While the concession improved water and… …

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  • 139 Water Resources Development Act of 1992 — The Water Resources Development Act of 1992 (WRDA 1992), USPL|102|580, was enacted by Congress of the United States on October 31, 1992. [ [http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi bin/bdquery/D?d102:1:./temp/ bdMCKV:@@@D summ2=m |/bss/d102query.html||Public… …

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  • 140 WATER CRISIS In THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA — ▪ 1998 Introduction by Peter Rogers  Water availability has for millennia shaped the culture of the people in the part of the world now commonly referred to as the Middle East and North Africa. This huge region extends from the Maghreb,… …

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