Iranian Water Crisis’s Stakeholders and Need of Holistic View

A few days ago I watched a shocking video, it was screening a man who try to suicide, but not by gun BALKE by throwing himself in the CHAHE AB. I think at the city he lives the governmental organization -who protects water resource regionally –has forced him to shouted down his CHAH, VAGARNE his workers were going to stop his usage of underground water. You can watch this clip from here.

This days water shortage become a big issue for Iranian government and all other people. sometimes I see some mistakes and bugs in decision making process that have gotten by government.

I have a question: The organization that his responsibility is protecting and managing water resources BE HESAB MIavarad farms as a stakeholderThere are many stakeholders for this problem such as people and companies and governmental organizations but I think we have ignored the main stakeholder: the farmer.

Water resources has been located within their territory and farms and no one can force them to decrease or cut BARDASHT AB. We need to hear their voice and give them a chair. Today in iran they have not any powerful representative between other negotiators.

If we take a look at the definition of stakeholder, we can find out:

Andrew L. Friedman says: stakeholders are crucial for the achievement of corporate objective.

What is the objective of any plan that try to solve water crisis in iran? Yes, lowering the consumption of water. AMMA Vagti the main portion of consumption take place by farms why we have put their name at the end of stakeholders list? We need to take a holistic approach for solving complex problem. If we focus on just a few players, we miss the big picture and in near future the problem come back again. Let’s think holistically.