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IMT Case Studies
A series of case studies has been prepared for a number of selected countries. These provide in-depth assessments of the experiences of several countries with IMT (Irrigation Management Transfer). They document the context, strategy, policy. and legal framework, implementation process, outcomes and impacts and lessons learned.

IMT Country Profiles
A series of concise IMT Country Profiles has been prepared by knowledgeable experts for many countries where IMT has been implemented or is still in progress. These summarize briefly the IMT strategy, results and lessons learned for a particular country, province or pilot area.

 

WUA Legislation or Legislative Framework Briefings
The FAO Water Unit jointly with the Development Law Service are conducting a worldwide inventory on the legal and regulatory framework supporting Water Users Associations. It includes a summary analysis of readily available primary and secondary legislation governing the establishment, internal structure, functions and powers, funding, dissolution, and Government control of the associations. In a few cases, in addition to the WUA study, the legal and regulatory framework supporting Irrigation Management Transfer have been documented. They focus on legislation governing the transfer of functions and powers from the Government to the user associations.

   
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