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Capacity Building for the Water sector in Mexico: An analysis of recent efforts

Present and future improvements in efficiency of the water sector in Mexico  depend on the development of a cadre of well trained professional managers in the public and private sectors, as well as the strengthening of the private and public sector institutions. This paper analyses several important exercises on capacity building in Mexico which took place during the decade of 1990-2000.
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​National capacity building programmes include the updating and implementing of policies, institutional strengthening and development of human resources at local and national levels.
Present efforts on capacity building, achievements and concerns, are also considered in terms of  the training and education needed to build a new generation of water professionals who can meet the current challenges and the needs of the coming decade.


Cecilia Tortajada


Water International (2001), 26(4) p. 490-98.



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