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Argentina's Entre Ríos province has begun a nine-month project to develop an integrated water management plan, the provincial government said in a release.
The government aims to involve the community in developing policies and technical standards for the development and management of water and hydraulic infrastructure.
The proposal will be the basis for a new master water plan, which aims to ensure sustainable water management and define projects needed to mitigate drought and control flooding.
The finance ministry, through the national pre-investment department, is funding the project, which will be managed by the province's water division and be carried out by a group of consultants.