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Republic of South Sudan : The Rapid Water Sector Needs Assessment and a Way Forward

ACCESS TO SAFE DRINKING WATER ACCESS TO WATER ACCESS TO WATER SUPPLY AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT ALLOCATION PROCEDURES ANNUAL BUDGETS AQUACULTURE AQUATIC VEGETATION AQUIFERS AVAILABILITY OF WATER AVAILABLE WATER AVAILABLE WATER RESOURCES AVERAGE ANNUAL RAINFALL BIOCHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND BOD BULK WATER CAPACITY BUILDING CATCHMENT CATCHMENT AREAS CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT CATCHMENTS CHLORIDE CLIMATE CHANGE CONSERVATION OF BIODIVERSITY CONSERVE WATER COST RECOVERY CROP YIELDS CUBIC METER CUBIC METERS DAM CONSTRUCTION DECISION MAKERS DECISION MAKING DIKES DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS DIVERSION DOMESTIC USE DOMESTIC WATER DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY DRAINAGE DRINKING WATER DRINKING WATER SUPPLY DROUGHT ECOSYSTEM ENERGY RESOURCES ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ENVIRONMENTAL INTEGRITY ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT FARMERS FARMING FISHING FLOOD MANAGEMENT FLOOD RISK FLOOD RISK AREAS FLOODING FLOODS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FORESTRY GRAVITY GRAZING GROUNDWATER GROUNDWATER IRRIGATION GROUNDWATER RECHARGE HUMAN SETTLEMENTS HYDROELECTRIC POWER HYDROELECTRIC POWER DEVELOPMENT HYDROLOGICAL CYCLE HYDROLOGICAL DATA ANALYSIS HYDROLOGY HYDROPOWER CAPACITY HYDROPOWER DEVELOPMENT HYDROPOWER POTENTIAL HYGIENE WATER IMPROVED FOOD SECURITY INTERNATIONAL WATER INTERNATIONAL WATERS INVESTMENT COSTS INVESTMENT PROGRAM IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IRRIGATION SCHEME LAKES LAND COVER LAND DEGRADATION LAND USE LARGE DAMS LOCAL COMMUNITIES LOCAL COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT OF WATER MEASUREMENTS METEOROLOGICAL DATA MICROWATERSHED NATIONAL WATER POLICY NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NATURAL RESOURCES OIL EXTRACTION PERMITS POLLUTION POPULATION DENSITY PRIVATE PARTICIPATION PRODUCTIVE USE OF WATER PROGRAMS PUMPS RAIN RAINWATER REGULATORY FRAMEWORK REMOTE SENSING RESERVOIRS RIPARIAN RIPARIAN COUNTRIES RIVER BASIN RIVER BASINS RIVER FLOW RIVERS RUNOFF RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL WATER RURAL WATER SUPPLY SAFE DRINKING WATER SAFE WATER SANITATION SANITATION INFRASTRUCTURE SANITATION SERVICES SANITATION SYSTEMS SCARCE WATER SILT SMALL WATER UTILITIES SOIL CONSERVATION SOIL EROSION SOIL MOISTURE SOILS STORE RAINWATER STREAM GAUGING SURFACE WATER SURFACE WATER SYSTEM SUSTAINABLE WATER TOWNS TRANSBOUNDARY WATERS URBAN AREAS URBAN WATER URBAN WATER SUPPLY URBAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS USE OF WATER VILLAGE PONDS WATER ABSTRACTION WATER ALLOCATION WATER AVAILABILITY WATER BODIES WATER CHARGES WATER COMPANIES WATER CONSERVATION WATER CONTAMINATION WATER DEMAND WATER DEVELOPMENT WATER DISTRIBUTION WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS WATER EXTRACTION WATER FACILITIES WATER HARVESTING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE WATER MANAGEMENT WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WATER MONITORING WATER PARTNERSHIP WATER POINTS WATER POLICY WATER REQUIREMENTS WATER RESOURCE WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WATER RESOURCES WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PLANS WATER RESOURCES PLANNING WATER SCHEMES WATER SECTOR WATER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT WATER SOURCE WATER SOURCES WATER STORAGE WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS WATER USE WATER USER WATER USERS WATER USES WATER UTILITIES WATERSHED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT WATERWAYS WELL DEVELOPMENT WETLANDS
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Sudan
2013-10-01T19:32:09Z | 2013-10-01T19:32:09Z | 2013-01

The aim of the rapid assessment is to support the transition from emergency post conflict recovery to a development approach. The completion of the water, sanitation, and hygiene, or WASH strategic framework in 2011 was intended to mark the beginning of this transition in the water resources sector. Among other things, the transition involved the adjustment of policy and strategy and possibly a rethinking of approaches as the government shifts from primarily supply-driven emergency and recovery assistance to sustainable development. This assessment is based on a review of the typology of water uses in South Sudan (chapter three) including rain-fed and irrigated agriculture, livestock, fisheries, hydropower energy production, urban and rural domestic water supply and the environment; the government's water sector program priorities (chapter four); water sector institutional and policy environment (chapter five); and issues and lessons learned from the completed and ongoing activities since 2007. This assessment framework has provided useful insights and findings and outcomes that enabled the identification of programmatic priorities and related activities that the water sector agencies may undertake with the assistance from development partners in the short and medium term. Chapters six, seven, and eight present these findings in detail.

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