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Community-based water law and water resource management reform in developing countries / edited by Barbara van Koppen, Mark Giordano and John Butterworth.


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Wallingford, UK ; Cambridge, MA : CABI, c2007.
  • Book
  • xvii, 280 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Community-based water law and water resources management reform in developing countries : rationale, contents and key messages / Barbara van Koppen ... [et al.]
  • Understanding legal pluralism in water and land rights : lessons from Africa and Asia / Ruth Meinzen-Dick and Leticia Nkonya
  • Community priorities for water rights : some conjectures on assumptions, principles and programmes / Bryan Bruns
  • Dispossession at the interface of community-based water law and permit systems / Barbara van Koppen
  • Issues in reforming informal water economies of low-income countries : examples from India and elsewhere / Tushaar Shah
  • Legal pluralism and the politics of inclusion : recognition and contestation of local water rights in the Andes / Rutgerd Boelens, Rocio Bustamante and Hugo de Vos
  • Water rights and rules, and management in spate irrigation systems in Eritrea, Yemen and Pakistan / Abraham Mehari, Frank Van Steenbergen and Bart Schultz
  • Local institutions for wetland management in Ethiopia : sustainability and state intervention / Alan B. Dixon and Adrian P. Wood
  • Indigenous systems of conflict resolution in Oromia, Ethiopia / Desalegn Chemeda Endossa ... [et al.]
  • Kenya's new water law : an analysis of the implications of Kenya's Water Act, 2002, for the rural poor / Albert Mumma
  • Coping with history and hydrology : how Kenya's settlement and land tenure patterns shape contemporary water rights and gender relations in water / Leah Onyango ... [et al.]
  • Irrigation management and poverty dynamics : case study of the Nyando Basin in western Kenya / Brent Swallow, Leah Onyango and Ruth Meinzen-Dick
  • If government failed, how are we to succeed? : the importance of history and context in present-day irrigation reform in Malawi / Anne Ferguson and Wapulumuka Mulwafu
  • A legal-infrastructural framework for catchment apportionment / Bruce Lankford and Willie Mwaruvanda
  • Intersections of law, human rights and water management in Zimbabwe : implications for rural livelihoods / Bill Derman ... [et al.].
Koppen, B. C. P. van (Barbara C. P.)
Giordano, Mark.
Butterworth, John.
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