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Wetlands International at the World Water Forum in Japan

01-Apr-2003

At the World Water Forum in Kyoto, Japan, Wetlands International was represented by Mr. Bakary Kone. Read the summary of his presentation Towards a wise use of the scarce river water of the Upper Nig...
At the World Water Forum in Kyoto, Japan, Wetlands International was represented by Mr. Bakary Kone. Read the summary of his presentation Towards a wise use of the scarce river water of the Upper Niger. For more information about the Upper Niger project click on Water and Ecosystems from the Water for Food and Ecosystems pages and follow the link to the Upper Niger.

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