Title: New publication on water from id21

Dear all

I would like to bring to your attention to a new product from id21 about water issues.


id21 Natural Resources Highlights are produced on six themes: water, agriculture, forestry, rural livelihoods, agriculture and land. They will be published once a year. Paper versions are available free to people living in countries or regions with limited internet access. PDF versions are available for free to all users. To access these documents, please visit:


id21 (http://www.id21.org/) is a free service that communicates the latest UK-based international development research to decision-makers and practitioners working in developing countries. id21's research highlights are easy to read, offer practical policy solutions to development problems and direct the reader to the original researchers and research reports. Existing topics covered include health, education, urban poverty and infrastructure, and social and economic policy.

If you would like a free subscription to the paper versions, please forward your contact details (including full postal address) to:

Institute of Development Studies
University of Sussex
Brighton, BN1 9RE

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Tim Woods
Natural Resources and Rural Livelihoods editor id21

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 678276
Fax: +44 (0) 1273 877335

Natural Resources and Rural Livelihoods editor


Tel: +44 (0) 1273 678276

Fax: +44 (0) 1273 877335



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