In today’s world, when natural resources are becoming scarce, managing water, energy and food requires sound knowledge in statecraft and economics. For developing economies, the ability to maintain good economic growth rates and move people out of poverty depends heavily on how water and energy resources are managed for sustainable water supplies and energy and food security (GWP, 2011). This requires solving several complex problems relating to demand and supply of water, energy and food. Along with good technology and human capital, this more often requires hard decisions on the part of the state bureaucracies dealing with water, energy and agriculture, supported by strong political leadership (World Economic Forum, 2011).