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The Nile Story : 15 years of Nile Cooperation--Making an Impact

WATER QUALITY TARIFFS POPULATION DENSITIES SUPPLY OF WATER FISH WATER ALLOCATION NATIONAL WATER POLICIES RESOURCE CONSERVATION ECONOMIC GROWTH USE OF WATER ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT FOREST MANAGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL NEEDS LOCAL WATER MANAGEMENT CARBON MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLIES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION WATER SECTOR HYDROPOWER EXPANSION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT WATER QUALITY MONITORING WATER SUPPLY WATER RESOURCE RIVER BASINS CONSERVATION OF NATURE DECISION MAKERS REVENUES ABUNDANCE OF WATER FLOOD MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT CAPACITY BUILDING MODELS ADEQUATE WATER HYDROPOWER CAPACITY IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS WATER RESOURCES COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION CATCHMENT AREAS AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES COMMUNITY MEMBERS ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY WATER QUALITY MONITORING PROGRAM WATER MANAGEMENT ARABLE LAND CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT RIPARIAN COUNTRIES FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT OIL WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT POPULATION GROWTH CIVIL SOCIETY OPTIONS WATER USE WATER FARMING COMMUNITIES SUSTAINABLE WATER STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION RIPARIAN STATES LAND DEGRADATION WATER DEVELOPMENT POLLUTION POLITICAL DISCUSSIONS FORESTRY WATER SCARCITY WATER POLICIES CONSERVATION OF WATER WETLANDS MANAGEMENT SERVICE DELIVERY NATURAL RESOURCES WATER BASINS EFFICIENCY FISHING MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY FOOD PRODUCTION RANGELANDS LAND USE FLOOD WARNINGS WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS RESOURCES EQUITY FRESHWATER RESOURCES WATERSHED MANAGEMENT RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL BASIN DEVELOPMENT CLIMATE CHANGE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY DROUGHT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT VALUES RIVER BASIN ECONOMIC VALUE POLICY MAKERS BASIN MANAGEMENT CREDIT WATER CAPACITY ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS INTERNATIONAL WATERS DEFORESTATION DEMAND WATER POLICY ENVIRONMENTS SCARCITY OF WATER FLOOD RISK PROPERTY DECISION MAKING RIVERS HYDROPOWER PRODUCTION TRANSACTION COSTS ENVIRONMENT SOIL DEGRADATION AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES FLOOD FORECASTING WATER RIGHTS ACCEPTABLE QUALITY FISHERIES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRADE LAND ECONOMIES OF SCALE IRRIGATION SYSTEMS EFFICIENT USE OF WATER DRINKING WATER LOCAL COMMUNITIES WATER SAVINGS NATIONAL WATER POLICY WATER USERS REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT CLEAN WATER COAL FARMS FLOOD CONTROL AQUATIC BIODIVERSITY REVENUE POLLUTION CONTROL RISK MANAGEMENT IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT CATCHMENT AREA MANAGEMENT OF WATER RIVER CATCHMENT DOWNSTREAM COUNTRIES METEOROLOGICAL DATA PROFITS ENVIRONMENTAL WATER DEPARTMENT WATER CONSERVATION CLIMATIC DIVERSITY RAINFALL VARIABILITY WETLANDS EFFICIENT WATER USE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS PRICES ARID ZONES HYDROPOWER PROJECT MUNICIPAL WATER PRODUCTION COSTS ECONOMIES
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World Bank, Entebbe
Africa
2016-01-07T16:08:45Z | 2016-01-07T16:08:45Z | 2015-12-01

The Nile Story is one of immense challenges and remarkable achievements for the economic development of the region. It begins in 1999, when the ministers in charge of water affairs in the Nile countries agreed to form the Nile Basin Initiative (NBI). Between 2003 and 2015, the Nile Basin Trust Fund (NBTF) supported and coordinated cooperative work in the region, which has been delivered mainly through the NBI. This book, commissioned by the World Bank on the closure of the NBTF, captures some insights to this 15 year story, the role of the NBI, and how its many achievements have been made along the way.

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