The AQUASTAT Programme was initiated with a view to presenting a comprehensive picture of water resources and irrigation in developing countries and providing systematic, upto-date and reliable information on water for agriculture and rural development.
This policy paper focuses on the environmental challenges of sustainable development issues with particular attention to natural resource management, environment and climate change in the food and agriculture sector (including crops, livestock, fisheries and forestry).
This document details the activities that were undertaken by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and cooperating agencies (the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of South Africa (DAFF), the Africa Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR) and the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC)) leading to the production of a Regional Aqu
This country profile describes the state of the water resources and water use, as well as the state of agricultural water management in Mauritius. The aim of this report is to describe the particularities of the country and the problems met in the development of the water resources, and irrigation in particular.
Mauritius joined FAO in 1968. In response to the Government’s request to reorganize and strengthen the governance<p></p>framework for agricultural services, the first FAO intervention was carried out in 2011, with follow up in 2014.
These Regulations, made by the Minister under sections 95(6), (9) and (10) and 110A of the Local Government Act, requires every Municipal Council to levy a general rate on the owner of any immovable property included in the valuation list prepared under these Regulations.
These Regulations, made by the Minister under sections 117(2A) and 162 of the Local Government Act, amend the Local Government (Exemption from Building and Land Use Permit) Regulations 2015 in the Schedule to the principal regulations by deleting the words “(Individual)”, “(Self-employed)” and “(Individual/Homebased)” wherever they appear.
This Act amends the Shooting and Fishing Leases Act by replacing section 18. That section grants power to the Minister to make regulations for the purposes of this Act, and, in particular, but without prejudice to the generality of that power, may make regulations – (a) for the levying of charges and the taking of fees; (b) amending the Schedule.
These Regulations, made by the Minister under sections 28(4FA) and 34 of the Sugar Industry Efficiency Act (28A was introduced by the Sugar Industry Efficiency (Amendment) Act 2016), specify the circumstances in which a person is entitled to convert land free of land conversion tax and the conversion factor.
Implements: Sugar Industry Efficiency Act. (1990)
This Act amends the Sugar Industry Efficiency Act 2001 in various sections relating to, among other things: definitions, conversion of land in case of sale of land to the Government, ensuring the quality of sugar products produced under this Act (and quality control including HACCP), other matters regrading conversion of agricultural land in land used for other purposes.