National Water Resources Authority (NWRA)
With the assistance of The Netherlands, the National Water Resources Authority (NWRA) was established in 1995 (Presidential Decree No. 154 of 1995) NWRA designed a water policy framework to cope with the situation. The central theme being that NWRA, as a public body, had an important strategic role in managing the water resources of the country. NWRA developed a process through an instrument that identified concerns and actions with end-users.
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Evoluation of Water Resources Management in Yemen by T. Negenman.
Published as an abstract ILRl Workshop: Groundwater management: Sharing Responsibility for open access resources. 1997
NWRA was established by Presidential Decree No. 154 of 1995 - later Decree No. 22 of
2005 on the restructuring of the Public Authority for water resources.