Water governance decentralization and the setting-up of catchment management agencies in South Africa : when a social transformation agenda competes with a managerial one

@inproceedings{Bourblanc2011WaterGD,
  title={Water governance decentralization and the setting-up of catchment management agencies in South Africa : when a social transformation agenda competes with a managerial one},
  author={Dr Magalie Bourblanc},
  year={2011}
}
This research project initially aimed at analyzing the establishment process of catchment management agencies (CMAs) across South Africa through a comparative methodological framework. However the "institutional realignment" process initiated in 2007 at the national level unilaterally suspended CMAs' establishment progress and substantially impacted the empirical work that had to be conducted. Therefore the research expanded to include more cases to study and re-focused at the same time on the… CONTINUE READING

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