Canada's role in the creation of the World Water Council: CD4-112/2001E-PDF

"This report is a study on the role of Canada and of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in the creation of the World Water Council (WWC). The study is one component of CIDA’s Infrastructure Services Performance Review (ISPR). The purposes of the study is to analyze and assess Canada's (and particularly CIDA's) capacity to influence an international policy subject in the global context. CIDA was the only bilateral donor involved inthe creation of the WWC. This report was conducted in Canada and Sweden in 1998 and early 1999."--Executive Summary.

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Department/Agency Canadian International Development Agency.
Title Canada's role in the creation of the World Water Council
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Title from cover. Issued also in French under title: Canada dans la création du Conseil mondial de l'eau.
Date [2001?].
Number of Pages [5] p.
Catalogue Number
  • CD4-112/2001E-PDF
Subject Terms Water management, Infrastructures, International development