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Enabling effective learning in catchment management agencies:A Philosophy & Strategy
Expanded Title:It is the responsility of catchment management agencies (CMAs) to manage water resources in their respective water mangement areas. The nature of the functions they have to perform and the complicating and complex internal and external realities within which they operate create very demanding circumstances. It is therefore imperative that Cmas are effective learning organisations. This means they should adept at acquiring knowledge, creating knowledge, transferring knowledge and, importantly, adapting when necessary. This document provides some historical background to the knowledge movement and describes different types of knowledge. It also provides an encyclopaedia of terms that define various commonly -used terms and concepts in this field.
Date Published:01/11/2009
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Water Resource Management/IWRM - Catchment Management, R & D - Research capacity
Document Keywords:Guidelines, Education, Environment, Health, Water Quality
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Technical
WRC Report No:TT 421/09
ISBN No:9781770058958
ISBN Set No:9781770058613
Authors:Roux DJ; Murray K; Van Wyk E
Project Leader:Roux DJ
Project No:K5/1689
Organizations:International WaterCentre: Africa, Water Research Node, Monash South Africa; Insight Modelling Services; Natural Resources and the Environment, CSIR
Document Size:1 046 KB
Attachments:Executive Summary TT 421.pdf
Table of Contents TT 421.pdf
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