RMI’s GEF Pacific IWRM Demonstration Project entitled “Integrated Water and Land Management for the Sustainable use of the Laura Water Lens, Majuro Atoll” has successfully tested various approaches to reducing groundwater pollution. The project has also strengthened national and watershed level coordination of water resource management. Key project results include: establishment and operation of a National IWRM Task Force that has facilitated the development of a National Water and Sanitation Policy; strengthened community engagement through the establishment of the Laura Lens Committee; reduced stress on the Laura Water Lens through various demonstration initiatives. This Pacific IWRM ‘Progress Snapshot’ highlights results achieved to date – check out the sample below and download the PDF version for a high resolution version.
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