|IN COLLABORATION WITH MEDITARI ACCOUNTANCY RESEARCH CONFERENCE:26 - 27 June 2014|
|Water Management and Accounting|
Beneath the contemporary Scuffle for land in Africa lays yet a worldwide scramble for a natural commodity - water, currently regarded as more precious than solid and liquid mineralwealth,Over a billion people in developing nations do not have access to drinking water and over two billion people lack sufficient water for sanitation.The colossal 21st century grabbing of water is believed to be causing the extinction of indigenous economic and socialcultures around the globe; yet the hidden cost ramifications is scantly being appraised,managed and properly put to the books; and thus effective strategies for the management of water remains hazy. No wonder extant research indicates that information about water is currently insufficient to support government and non-government organisations (NGOs) decisions and policies related to water management.
It is currently estimated that one in every three people in Africa suffers from water shortage, with the anticipated danger that climate change will worsen the situation. Water is therefore a precious commodity affecting the socialc, ultural and economic life of people (mostly the poor) that thus deserves academic and research attention towards finding effective management and accounting solution to progress the provision of water and adaptation to current and future climate variability for desired sustainable economic development.
We invite review papers, methodological papers, and case studies that include but are not restricted to the following areas:
The deadline for abstracts for the 3rd EMAN-Africa Conference Track is April 15th,2014. Please consider that an abstract is not exceeding 300 words.Notification of acceptance will be sent by April 30th, 2014. Authors of accepted abstracts are required to send their extended abstract or full papers for publication in the conference proceedings by May 30th,2014.Conference fee (3rd EMAN-Africa Conference Track 25th June 2014 only) is: R2 500
Accomodation @ own cost.
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Abstracts and papers can be sent to:
Prof CM Ambe @ E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org;Tel:+2715 268 2630
Prof CC Ngwakwe @E-mail: email@example.com;+2715 290 2835/2