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FAO/UNEP/UN-Energy Bioenergy Decision Support Tool -
MODULE 9: Tools and Resources
AQUASTAT Databases, Country profles, agricultural water use
Author Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO)
Year
Topic Water resources
Type
Database, impact assessment Geographical Coverage
Asia, Latin
America, Africa,
Global
Target audience/ users Decision-makers
They are useful to obtain a frst idea on a countries’ water situation, and its priorities. Have a
paragraphs on Institutional environment and Trends in water resources management.
Publisher FAO
Link
http://www.fao.org/nr/water/aquastat/countries/index.stm
Breaking Ground: Engaging Communities in Extractive and Infrastructure Projects
Author Kirk Herbertson, Maria Athena Ballesteros, Robert Goodland, Isabel Munilla
Year
2009
Topic Stakeholder engagement/ social
Type Handbook Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users Practitioners
WRI analyzed existing community engagement standards and guidance, as well as experiences in
several high profle projects. Based on this analysis, WRI developed seven Principles for Effective
Community Engagement for extractive and infrastructure projects.
Publisher WRI
Link
http://www.wri.org/publication/breaking-ground-engaging-communities
The Social Analysis Sourcebook
Author World bank
Year
2003
Topic Stakeholder engagement/ social
Type
Sourcebook Geographical Coverage Global
Target audience/ users
Banks, governments, other stakeholders
The Social Analysis Sourcebook presents a conceptual framework for social analysis and describes
how task teams can incorporate its principles into project design, implementation, and monitoring
and evaluation. The Sourcebook provides guidance on good practice to improve the quality of social
analysis and to improve its impact by harnessing it to examine the social opportunities, constraints
and likely impacts of Worldbank-supported operations, based on the lessons learned during the
past fve years.
Publisher Worldbank
Link
http://go.worldbank.org/RVPWNZ7H80;