Considering Policy Implementation Alongside Policy Formulation in Drinking Water Management in New Zealand and for Pacific Islands Giving Voice to Local Knowledge

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This paper reflects on the experiences of the authors in facilitating the involvement of small, rural, and isolated communities in the development of national drinking water standards for New Zealand. The key message we want to give in this paper is the value of involving the communities that are expected to implement policies or plans as these are formulated, to avoid the situation of policies or plans that cannot or will not be implemented, or that result in unintentional and undesirable side effects (such as widening the gap between drinking water supplies that can and cannot demonstrate safe drinking water).

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