Climate variability and water resources degradation in Kenya: improving water resources development and management

By: Mogaka, Hezron
Contributor(s): Gichere, Samuel | Davis, Richard | Hirji, R
Material type: TextTextSeries: World Bank working paper no., 69Publisher: Washington D.C World Bank 2006Description: xviii, 105 p.ISBN: 0821365177Subject(s): Climate change | Kenya - Climate changeDDC classification: 333.910096762 Summary: The report, based on a complex analytical methodology, provides a clear economic rationale for investing in improved water resources development and management in Kenya. It is part of the World Bank's policy dialogue on water resources management reforms and investment planning in Kenya. It focuses on the economic implications of two key factors that make the economy and people of Kenya highly vulnerable―the effects of climate variability and the steady degradation of the nation's water resources.
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The report, based on a complex analytical methodology, provides a clear economic rationale for investing in improved water resources development and management in Kenya. It is part of the World Bank's policy dialogue on water resources management reforms and investment planning in Kenya. It focuses on the economic implications of two key factors that make the economy and people of Kenya highly vulnerable―the effects of climate variability and the steady degradation of the nation's water resources.

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