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The human right to water is ultimately to be enjoyed by people as right-holders – men, women, and children – who live in local communities. Action for implementing the right for the people is undertaken by the agencies as duty-bearers. However, neither do the duty-bearers implement the actions in an impersonal and neutral manner, nor do the right-holders passively accept these actions and their outcomes as they come. The actors on both sides are influenced by factors located within their local contexts, the interactions of which at the interface lead to dynamic results. This chapter aims to present these realities at the lowest level of action as a practical framework of norm-triads which can be used to assess the situation in any community-level context and design improvements to promote realization of the right.
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