WUAS

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WUASWake Up America Seminars
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Release date- 06082019 - We hereby inform you of the approval by the Committee for the Regulation of Natural Monopolies, the Protection of Competition and the Rights of Consumers of the Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan of a temporary compensatory tariff for a regulated service for the supply of water through distribution networks and waste water at the emergency recovery point (WUA) of the Irtyshsk station of Pavlodar oil pipeline administration with valid from September 1, 2019 to August 31, 2020 (order of the Acting Chairman of the th of natural monopolies, protection of competition and consumer protection Ministry of National Economy of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated July 31, 2019 203 - ML).
According to the World Bank, the project will introduce a set of customised activities, such as rehabilitating community watercourses, establishing WUAs, introducing modern irrigation technologies, strengthening farmers' capacities and filling knowledge gaps on agriculture market opportunities and constraints.
Senior figures from the directorate were present, as well as the presidents of WUAs from that district.
419 WUAs were established and 182,888 hectares of land nationwide have improved irrigation and drainage services (2007-15).
Farmers on average about 7 years WUA members have been cooperative.
The National Water Management Capacity Project, to be implemented in 2014-2017, will provide assistance to the Kyrgyz government in strengthening national water management capacity; improving irrigation service delivery to Water Users Associations (WUAs) and irrigation management by WUAs.
Thus, the membership size of a FO or its constituting WUAs was the function of the command area that its respective irrigation channel was designed to serve.
Improving of canals would be assigned to private contractors by water users associations (WUAs).
In a neighbouring field, Metelits & Weber (2008) aim to evaluate policy outcomes by reassessing a case-based study on crop productivity and environmental sustainability outcomes in Water User Associations (WUAs) in Uzbekistan.
Copeland (NMKE, OLM, RSC); Chyulu Hills, Ol Donyo Wuas, 02[degrees]50.222'S:37[degrees]75.343'E, 1200 m, 10-17.vi.2006, 17-24.vi.2006, 15-22.vii.2006, Malaise trap in Acacia tortilis woodland, R.
Evolving sustainable and replicable Water User Associations (WUAs) or Cooperative Societies (WUCSs) and Irrigation Management Transfer (IMT) or Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) models are not easy in a socio-cultural and political dynamics situation in countries like India (Reddy 2004:182).