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  1. 1992-03-19 Rural women see their lives change Gardens give flavour to life Farmers hold on to their land Cabbage worse than opium? Making the most of little rain Environmental change and quality of life Women, trees and survival Household gardens Water committees take action
  2. 1997-04-19 Forging dynamic partnerships RAAK a new participatory methodology Shifting farmers to the centre in R&D relationships, Ghana Learning about partnerships from a four century old irrigation system in Nepal Stakehold identification in natural resource management Dialogue instead of debate -...
  3. 1985-01-01 Electricity can be generated from the power of flowing water. This is called hydroelectric generation, and it can be done anywhere that there is water and a hill or drop for it to run down--in an irrigation canal, where a river runs through rapids or over a waterfall, or where a dam has backed up...
  4. 1985-01-01 The power of flowing water can be used to generate electricity, or to do other kinds of useful work. Generating electricity in this way is called hydroelectric generation. It can be done anywhere that there is water and a hill or drop for it to run down, such as a drop in an irrigation canal, a...
  5. 1980-01-01 Improved use of water as a power source has potential for much of the developing world. There are few places where water is not available in quantities sufficient for power generation. Almost any flowing water--river, brook, or outlet of a lake or pona--can be put to work and will provide a...
  6. 2000-03-20 Communities combatting desertifications The UN Convention to combat desertification Cattle and cultivators management Water harvesting Harvesting the monsoon Orchard development National strategies for integrated soil fertility management in Africa Strategic Environmental Analysis
  7. 2003-06-20 Improving soil moisture with conservation agriculture Soil management in semi-arid savannas What we have learned Drought-proofing villages in Gansu province Spherical water tanks Managing water together Reflecting on farm pond development Farmer innovations in water harvesting Holding the rain...
  8. 2003-09-20 Land tenure and resource access in West Africa Securing access to water in Ngurunit Lake Mweru is our bank Accessing livelihoods through shared farming Brazilian land Sherkolle Refugee Camp Forest access: policy and reality in Kafa, Ethiopia Water volunteer Arvari Sansad: the river parliament...
  9. 2010-09-20 Traditional water governance in Nepal Holland's water boards The role of a local committee in changing times Land grabs are cheap deals for rich countries Running water uphill with a ram pump Water is everybody's business What does good water governance mean Water services that address multiple...
  10. 2021-01-01 Water scarcity is a critical issue for agriculture, and, hence, efficient management and conservation practices for agricultural water use are essential for adapting to and mitigating the impacts of current and future discrepancy between water supplies and water demands. This Special Issue...