Preparation of National / Regional Management Framework: Institutional Component for the Lake Victoria Basin Final National Report January 2007
Management.of Lake Basin depends on Institutions. Institutions administer the laws and establish the policies and rules and even incentives for management of the resources within the basin. They include traditional organizations such as village committees or fisheries groups, NGOs- often representing marginalized groups, private sector organizations such as industry associations as well as formal government- sunctioned organizations such as department of fisheries. Lake Basin institutions are characterised by different functions which include: Resource development; Service delivery; Regulation; Advisory and Coordination SMEC International Pty Ltd (SMEC) therefore was commissioned by the Ministry of Water, Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (LVEMP - the Client), to undertake consultancy services for Preparation of a National / Regional Management Framework: Institutional Component, for the Lake Victoria Basin (Tanzania) (the Project). LVEMP-2 is a complex multidisciplinary project that demands strong coordination at the Regional, National Secretariats as well as close sectoral supervision at the various implementing institutions
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