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Community Management of Groundwater Resources in India (Social Development Input-Project led by the British Geological Survey)
How can communities become managers of the groundwater resources which they use? What are the key challenges and assumptions involved in managing the resource and what are the critical linkages with the policy and institutional environment in India?
This research with the South Bank University (London), and Eritrean government and private sector partners undertook fieldwork in the period just after the recent Eritrean-Ethiopian border war had ended.
Through case studies in Zambezia (Mozambique), the Eastern Cape Wild Coast (South Africa) and the lowveld area of south-east Zimbabwe, this Sustainable Livelihoods in Southern Africa programme examined the challenges of institutional, organisational and policy...
SecureWater is concerned to improve understanding among interveners of the nature of demand for water, including the role and importance of water access in different livelihood activities, through in-depth case study research in India, Sri Lanka and Kenya....
The PRSP Monitoring and Synthesis Project has been commissioned by the Department of International Development to enhance DFID's ability to engage with the wider policy debate around PRSPs and will help all levels of DFID staff to remain well-informed...