Hierarchical Classification System of the Knowledge Base

Water Governance and Management

8.1. Integrated water resources management (IWRM). Basic concepts

8.1.1. Basic IWRM principles

8.1.1.1. Public participation

8.1.1.2. Hydro-geographical organization

8.1.1.3. Accounting of all kinds of water

8.1.1.4. Accounting of all kinds of water users

8.1.1.5. Gender (see also 15.2.1.)

8.1.1.6. Ecological sustainability (consideration of ecological requirements)

8.1.1.7. From water supply management to water demand management

8.1.2. Institutional measures

8.1.2.1. Improvement of the institutional framework

8.1.2.2. Improvement of the system of incentives

8.1.2.3. Improvement of the system of rules

8.1.2.4. Irrigation management transfer (IMT)

8.2. Water supply and water use governance

8.2.1. Governance functions and levels

8.2.2. Governance entities

8.2.3. Stakeholders

8.2.4. Types (forms) of governance

8.2.5. Water supply and water use governance in WUA

8.3. Water supply and water use management

8.3.1. Management functions and levels

8.3.2. Management entities (water organizations)

8.3.3. Organizational set-up of water-management organizations

8.3.4. Staffing of water-management organizations

8.3.5. Financing of water organizations (see also 10)

8.3.6. Water supply and water use management in WUAs

8.4. Water governance and management tools

8.4.1. IWRM planning

8.4.1.1. Water vision

8.4.1.2. Water strategy

8.4.1.3. IWRM plan

8.4.2. Social mobilization

8.4.3. Training (see also 11.3.5.)

8.4.4. Monitoring and evaluation

8.4.4.1. Monitoring indicators

8.4.4.2. Monitoring tools

8.4.4.3. Monitoring objects and levels

8.4.4.4. External and internal evaluation

8.4.5. Financial tools (see also 10.12.)

8.4.6. Information systems (see also 13)

Selected bibliography