Success stories and case studies

A success story describes a successful experience in water cooperation at any given time and level, local, regional, national or international. It should showcase the actors and cooperation mechanisms involved and does not necessarily have a scientific background (e.g. in the case of local cooperative projects involving or not traditional knowledge systems.). Note that also failures can lead to success stories, when the appropriate lessons are drawn.

A case study is a science-based, in-depth observation of a given case of water cooperation at any level (local, regional, national or international), be it successful or not, past or ongoing. It can draw on an existing publication or be a new study.

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