MPower-CPWF Fellow MK-7
Su SuYin
Participation of civil society in water governance
Participation of local women and men in water
governance
 Sharing beha...
Health
Impact
People’s Participation in
Water Governance

Water availability
and scarcity
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Social-Economic Status representing in WUC
Rich
17/41

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Middle Income
12/28

Poor
1/33

Poor least participat...
Department of
Metrology and
Hydrology
Inland Water Transport
Department of HydroElectric Power
Implementation

State actor...
Actors that solve the water problem
Actors that solve the water problem

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24
13

6

12
2

WRUD solved
water problem

Ci...
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There is a significant relationship among:
gender, participation, access to water and
economic wellbeing
Even tho...

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


Participation water user in decision making
level
Public Consultation (Actors – users)
Encourage the poor to bett...
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2. vulnerability analysis on community health impacts irrawaddy valley. su su yin

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2. vulnerability analysis on community health impacts irrawaddy valley. su su yin

  1. 1. MPower-CPWF Fellow MK-7 Su SuYin
  2. 2. Participation of civil society in water governance Participation of local women and men in water governance  Sharing behavior of the responsibilities to reduce health incidences in draught and flood seasons  Water related health problems in the dry zone in Myanmar  Daily consumption of calories in agrarian community in the rural dry zone  
  3. 3. Health Impact People’s Participation in Water Governance Water availability and scarcity
  4. 4.  Social-Economic Status representing in WUC Rich 17/41     Middle Income 12/28 Poor 1/33 Poor least participate in WUC Time of water distribution is enough but low in volume of water Water is supplied 15/20 days late => lost crop Prevalence of disease (infection/ Metabolic/ Parasite/ relatively high)
  5. 5. Department of Metrology and Hydrology Inland Water Transport Department of HydroElectric Power Implementation State actors, International Watchdogs, INGOs, Local CBOs City Development Committee Water User Committee Water Governance Irrigation Department Water Basin Committee Water Resource Utilization Department Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development Department of Development Affair Directorate of Water resources and Improvement System Fishery Department Fig: Institutional Bodies of Water Governance in Irrawaddy River Basin
  6. 6. Actors that solve the water problem Actors that solve the water problem 54 24 13 6 12 2 WRUD solved water problem City Development Council solved water problem Water User Committee solved water problem Household Head solved water problem Water User Group and WRUD solved water problem Family members solved water problem
  7. 7.    There is a significant relationship among: gender, participation, access to water and economic wellbeing Even though the water scarcity is severe there, people share it equally according their social norms The sharing of water is not equalitarian but it is envy free solutions according to social norms and community values
  8. 8.     Participation water user in decision making level Public Consultation (Actors – users) Encourage the poor to better access to water Recommendation for Health problems due to water scarcity

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