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@article{MorrisNo,
  title={No},
  author={Eddie W. Morris},
  journal={The Hospital and Health Review},
  volume={2},
  pages={102 - 103}
}
  • E. W. Morris
  • Published 1 February 1923
  • Medicine
  • The Hospital and Health Review
In the Common Guidelines for Watershed Development Projects, 2008, one of the guiding principles is Monitoring, Evaluation and learning. The principle states that “ A participatory, outcome and impact oriented and user focused monitoring and evaluation and learning system would be put in place to obtain feedback and undertake improvements in planning, projects design and implementation. “ Broadly the objectives of evaluation for watershed projects can be summed up as follows: 1. To obtain… 
RISK ANALYSIS IN THE PROCESS OF PREPARING AND CREATING A MUNICIPAL PLAN
Risks arise during municipal planning activities, the negative impacts of which can influence the lives of local residents. The importance of municipal planning lies in the proposed material and the
The Gezira Irrigation Scheme In Sudan: Objectives, Design, And Performance
This report is part of a series of case studies on the performance of irrigation systems in different countries. These studies focus on the extent to which the design of the irrigation system fosters
Governance for Sustainability – Two Case Studies from Hungary
The EU 6th Framework Programme entitled Governance for Sustainability (G-FORS) was aimed at the analysis of different governance and knowledge forms from the aspect of sustainability. In the recent
Considering value during early project development: a product case study
Abstract There is insufficient recognition of the important role that value management has within projects. In the global economy it is difficult to compete, or be viable, if you don’t have high
DECISION ENVIRONMENTS TO ENCOURAGE MORE SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE OUTCOMES
Physical infrastructure (i.e. roads, pipelines, airports, dams, landfills, and water treatment systems) contributes directly to sustainability outcomes such as energy and water use and climate
Monitoring and auditing the local socio-economic and environmental impacts of the early stage construction of Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Station, UK
ABSTRACT Major projects, in sectors such as transport, energy, minerals and water, have long life cycles and can have significant local and regional environmental and socio-economic impacts. The
Regional Approach for Policies and Measures Aiming to Sustainable Energy Development
It is widely accepted that integrated complex of environmental, social and economic policy measures is easier to implement in towns and regions scale because of “bottom up” approach permit to achieve
Implementing integrated river basin management: lessons from the Red River Basin, Vietnam. Working paper
  • F. Molle
  • Environmental Science, Business
  • 2008
The publications in this series cover a wide range of subjects—from computer modeling to experience with water user associations—and vary in content from directly applicable research to more basic
Assessing the potential for synergy in the implementation of Payment for Environmental Services (PES) programs: an empirical analysis in Costa Rica
Payment for environmental services (PES) is a promising mechanism for conservation. It also has the potential to contribute to social objectives such as poverty reduction. To promote synergy in the
STRATEGY FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY MANAGEMENT POLICY ON TUNA FISHERIES IN SENDANG BIRU MALANG
Concern the government of the importance of the quality of fishery products as set out in KEPMEN-KP/52A/2013 should be followed up through the implementation of quality systems in fisheries
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