[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Dominguez - water balance for MUS in Colombia.

Isabel Dominguez presented work as a result of her MSc thesis, and a technical exchange between Cinara and WEDC, dealing with a water balance for MUS in Colombia, amongst other using both green and blue water balances.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Mastewal - rainwater management for chain of water uses.

Mastewal Ademe presented options for rainwater management for a chain of water uses, based on experiences in Ethiopia.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Rao- application MASSMUS in India.

Dr P.S. Rao provided an overview of the MASSMUS guideline application in a large-scale irrigation system in India.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Renault - MASSMUS guidelines.

This presentation by Daniel Renault provides an overview of the MASSMUS guidelines, a methodology developed by the FAO to assess multiple-uses of water in large-scale irrigation systems.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Van Koppen - guidelines for community MUS.

In this presentation, Barbara van Koppen (IWMI) highlighted guidelines for community scale MUS, as applied in Southern Africa.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Latin America: the role of Multiple uses of water (MUS) for the poor in rural areas of Latin America.

This fact sheet, produced by Isabel Dominguez (WEDC/Cinara) provides a briefing on the role of multiple uses of water for the poor in rural areas of Latin America and the Carribean.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Nepal - cost effectiveness of MUS.

This thesis by Pragya Shrestha aims to analyse MUS in terms of its cost effectiveness in domestic water supply services and conduct poverty impact analysis, taking a case study of Nepal. The study provides evidence of the very positive cost-effectiveness, as well as of other livelihood benefits, such as increase in saving and credit groups, getting access to luxury items, initiating other income generating activities and having better access to high-value food such as fresh vegetables. It concludes that MUS is not only a financially profitable investment, but is also beneficial in terms of social development. There is a high potential for the MUS in countries like Nepal, if its challenges are addressed.

[Anonymous].  Submitted.  Colombia: balancing consumption and availability in a MUS system.

This thesis report studies the water balance in a MUS system in Colombia. It shows amongst others the importance of identifying different strata of users in the system, as these have different consumption patterns. Using the water balance concept, it shows the relative importance of water supply from the system and greenwater for different domestic and productive uses.