The MWE indicates an improvement of labor productivity in small towns from 47 employees per 1,000 connections in June 2004 to 28 in June 2006. NWSC is regulated by contract according to a performance contract with the national government.  It was significantly reduced to 11 employees in 2003 and 7 in 2007. The Joint Water and Environment Sector Support Programme (JWESSP) phase two 2018 - 2023 is a successor to the JWESSP 2013 – 2018 and builds on its achievements. Comparing the water requirements w, test was performed on area average rainfall data, year period. The shortage of irrigation water at the tail reaches of Doho Rice Irrigation Scheme especially in the dry season has resulted in decreased rice production. Total Natural Renewable Water Resources (TRWR_natural): The long-term average sum of internal renewable water resources (IRWR) and external natural renewable water resources (ERWR_natural). The Nile flows from Lake Albert with a gentle slope to the Sudanese boarder. Based on (i) the observation of spatially differential glacier retreats in the tropical Rwenzori Range (East Africa) during the 20th century, which are most striking on the mountains Baker and Speke, and (ii) the information on an abrupt climate change to drier conditions in East Africa at the end of the 19th century, the following hypothesis is derived: owing to a drier atmosphere than in a previous period, both accumulation (possibly supported by increasing air temperatures) and convective cloud activity have decreased. These industrial activities (Construction, place to place, with the largest yields associated with major lakes and rivers (, harvested from wetlands and ponds on fish f, creasing in importance and numbers that exerts pressure on water resources especially on quality of water re-, those involved in trade across borders towards DRC, Tanzania and Kenya. For instance, court orders taking the form of injunctions have the potential to prevent harm before such harm even occurs. Programme Document", Clean water makes for good living in Uganda, New Rules, New Roles: Does PSP Benefit the Poor? bassin versant de la Macta (Nord-Ouest de l'Algérie). Products are able to reasonably reflect seasonal patterns in rainfall, and also the spatial patterns in rainfall between regions. Besides the MWE, several other national ministries play a role in the sector. The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the role of the judiciary in enforcing environmental rights, and ultimately environmental conservation in Africa. The results obtained from a combined radiation–terrain model, run for one more humid and one drier climatic scenario, confirm the hypothesis by quantifying the correlation between increased incoming shortwave radiation and glacier surface area loss. A customer satisfaction index was calculated across all questions, showing that 85 percent of customers were satisfied, up from 83 percent during the last survey. that groundwater development is carried out in a sustainable manner. Rivers, lakes, and wetlands cover about 18 percent of Uganda's total surface, including Lake Victoria, Africa's largest lake and one of the major sources of the Nile, the world's longest river. The main river basins of Uganda are, . In practice, however, NWSC monitors its drinking water quality internally without any complementary external monitoring. Secondly, because the process requires involvement of multiple stak, holders for its success, it involves a great deal of co. tures was found to be a viable aspect, thus it is highly encouraged. Effectiveness of the basin organizations in Uganda, Ghana, and Tanzania is as well in infancy stages, trying to establish legitimacy in the already existing institutional framework [37,40,85].