This article examines the activities and achievements of the
European Union Water Initiative, a transnational, multi-actor partnership
established in 2002 by the European Commission to support
water governance reforms around the world. Two regional
components of the initiative – (a) Africa and (b) Eastern Europe,
Caucasus and Central Asia – are studied with a focus on their
organizational structures, activities, policies and achievements.
The analysis provides evidence for improved regional dialogue
and cooperation in the water sector, but also points to persistent
weaknesses, in particular a lack of resources, ownership and
mutual understanding as to the overall aims of the Initiative.
Schoeman, J.J. (Jakob Johannes); IASTED African Conference Power and Energy Systems (AfricaPES)(3rd : 2010 : Gaborone, Botswana)(2010)
Many borehole waters in rural areas in South Africa are unfit for human consumption because the fluoride (>1,5 mg/ℓ), nitrate-nitrogen (>6 mg/ℓ) and salinity (>1 500 mg/ℓ) concentrations are too high. Ion exchange (IX) and ...
Van der Merwe, Venessa; Collignon, Stacey; Korsten, Lise(IWA Publishing, 2013)
Rain-, ground- and municipal potable water were stored in low density polyethylene
storage tanks for a period of 90 days to determine the effects of long term storage on
the deterioration in the microbial quality of the ...
Nolte, Heinrich Wilhelm; Nolte, Kim; Van der Meulen, Julia(Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2015-11)
Hands-free hydration systems are often advocated for improved hydration and performance in military populations. The aim was to assess whether such systems indeed result in improved hydration in exercising soldiers. Subjects ...