By Guy J.-M. Le Moigne
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The process of assessment and strategy formulation should be collaborative, consultative, and transparent. There are many fine technical guidelines (cited in the text) for water assessments and other components of preparing a strategy. This guide is not meant to explain the process of strategy formulation or its concepts in fine detail. Part I, "The Process of Strategy Formulation," covers the, purpose and process of strategy formulation. The latter is a two-phase process consisting basically of a water resources assessment and then the formulation and choice of options.
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This guide defines a water resources management strategy as a set of medium- to long-term action programs to support the achievement of development goals and to implement water-related policies. This definition of strategy does not include project identification, ranking, or financing; in this sense it is between policies and projects, but is certainly connected to them. Although this guide refers to national strategies throughout, the concepts and processes described can apply to different levels of government organization, such as regions or provinces.
A guide to the formulation of water resources strategy by Guy J.-M. Le Moigne