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Intercommunality: The success story of CODENOBA
Argentina
Intercommunality: The success story of CODENOBA In the early 1990s, the productive consortia of Buenos Aires Province were developed to encourage
the productive reconversion of the province's hinterland and to find common solutions to shared
problems.

The Consortium for the Development of the North-Western Part of the Buenos Aires Province (CODENOBA), is one of 13 such consortia and is itself composed of nine districts.

The consortium was established in 1994 in response to massive flooding affecting 70% of the
inter-municipal territory.

Document Type Policy Paper
Website (URL) http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001402/140238e.pdf
Author(s) Nicole Maurice / Clara Braun
Publisher MOST / UNESCO
Publication Year 2004
Volume/Issue Number 11
Number of Pages 52
Series Title Policy Papers NEW series MOST2




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