Integrated Water Resources Management: Good Practices in Sudan - Adapt for Environment and Climate Resilience in Sudan (ADAPT!)

United Nations Environment Programme (2020)

This document is designed to collate information around Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) good practices and Sudanese case studies. It will form a baseline that can be used to inform project design and advocate for the up-scaling of IWRM implementation in humanitarian and development programme delivery in Sudan. Although IWRM has been used globally for several years and is accepted as a good practice, its implementation could be further improved, especially in developing countries like Sudan. Six case studies have been selected and documented as good practices in IWRM to create a baseline that can be used to advocate the up-scaling of IWRM implementation and provide lessons for others to map out their own IWRM strategy. The case studies are based on: environmental, economic and social sustainability; gender sensitivity; technical feasibility; participation; scaling up; vertical and horizontal coordination; integration; replicability and adaptability; and reduction of disaster/crisis risks.

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