Water Security Framework

A water security framework which links sustainable WASH services to livelihood, environmental and food security water uses. It sets out fundamental priorities for improving the water security of poor and marginalised people as part of a community based approach to water resource management. The document consists of five parts: (I) Definition and measurement of water security; (II) Threats to community's water security; (III) The four main dimensions of water security; (IV) Community-based water resource management approaches; (V) WaterAid's minimum commitments to ensuring water security.

WATERAID (2012): Water Security Framework. London: WaterAid URL [Accessed: 08.08.2012]