Dams and Development Project Phase One Final Report: November 2001 - December 2004

United Nations Environment Programme (2005)

The Dams and Development Project is a time-bound United Nations Environment Programme activity aiming 'to promote a dialogue on improving decision-making, planning and management of dams and their alternatives based on the World Commission on Dams (WCD) core values and strategic priorities'. It supports dialogue at national, regional and global levels; encourages networking among different stakeholder groups; disseminates reports and related WCD materials; and facilitates the exchange of information on experiences and lessons learnt. This final report covers the period from the establishment of the Dams and Development Project in November 2001 to December 2004, comprising Project phase 1 that ended in July 2004.

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