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Water Awareness Campaign

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Wouter Schaap & Frank van Steenbergen

The Authors: Wouter Schaap is a research associate in agricultural engineering with experience in the development of training programs, extension materials and communications planning (E-mail: wt.schaap@zonnet.nl). Frank van Steenbergen is a senior advisor water management with Arcadis Euroconsult, specialising in water policy change and has been associated with GWP since 1999 (E-mail: fvansteenbergen@compuserve.com).

W. Schaap, and F. van Steenbergen. 2001. Ideas for Water Awareness Campaigns. Stockholm, Sweden: The Global Water Partnership. ISBN: 91-974012-4-2 Copyright© 2002, by GWP. All rights reserved. Design: Reprografisch Centrum Westervoort, the Netherlands Printer: Elanders Novum AB, Sweden. Reproduction of this publication for educational material or other non-commercial use is authorized without prior permission from the copyright holder. Reproduction for sale or other commercial uses is prohibited without prior written permission of the copyright holder. At the time of publication all website url addresses and website contents were checked to ensure and confirm that the content contained on each site was directly related to the topics covered in this publication. The Global Water Partnership does not assume any liability for changes that may occur in the content of these websites. The pictures included in this book are a sample of what is publicly available. They have been included to give a visual impression of the activities of these campaigns. The Global Water Partnership (GWP), established in 1996, is an international network open to all organizations involved in water resources management: developed and developing country government institutions, agencies of the United Nations, bi- and multilaterial development banks, professional associations, research institutions, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector. GWP was created to foster Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), which aims...


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