BETA
International Waters learning Exchange & Resource Network
IW:Learn

Project results notes: Samoa-Rehabilitation and Sustainable Management of the Apia Catchment

2012: To rehabilitate and manage the Apia Catchment in a sustainable manner in order to improve the quality and quantity of the water resources for enhanced water supply and hydropower generation, social-economic advancement and reduced environmental adverse impacts. This is being achieved through a focus on identifying and rehabilitating vulnerable areas upstream of rivers and it is enforced by the endorsement of catchment Watershed Management Plans as directed by the Water Resources Act.

PAS Implementing Sustainable Integrated Water Resource and Wastewater Management in the Pacific Island Countries - under the GEF Pacific Alliance for Sustainability

06 May 2014

evaluation report

Project results notes: Samoa-Rehabilitation and Sustainable Management of the Apia Catchment.pdf

Results Note (29)