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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.

2586: 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

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