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The context of locally managed irrigation in Israel: policies, planning and performance

, : The context of locally managed irrigation in Israel: policies, planning and performance. Short Report Series on Locally Managed Irrigation ( 10): v + 21 pp.

The policies, water laws and planning criteria for water resources and irrigation development in Israel are reviewed, and the operation of the main water supply systems and the farm-level delivery networks are assessed. The national water system is operated mainly by a government-sponsored public company while municipal and village systems are managed through locally elected councils accountable to the public.

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