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The Hydropolitics of Africa: A Contemporary Challenge
This volume - the product of an expert meeting at Cornell University's Institute for African Development - traces and tracks the dynamics of the contemporary hydropolitics of Africa. The volume contains a variety of approaches to the study of the organisation of water within Africa ranging from technical essays on water borne diseases, through institutional analyses of the legal and political arrangements around the distribution of water to social policy analyses of the unmet demand for water amongst Africa's poor. Taken as a whole, the volume provides the reader with a useful reference work on the contemporary hydropolitics of Africa whilst simultaneously providing a lively introduction to a critical and much neglected area of African development policy.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Risk Factors for Schistosomiasis Transmission in a Ghanaian Community Impacted by Gold Mining
pp. 71-91(21)
Authors: Han, Charline; Durant, John L.; Gute, David M.

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A History of Transboundary Water Law in Africa
pp. 93-132(40)
Authors: Lautze, Jonathan; Giordano, Mark

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Sustainable Rural Water Supply Management through Partnerships and Capacity Building in Mali, West Africa
pp. 133-155(23)
Authors: Gleitsmann, Brett; Steenhuis, Tammo; Kroma, Margaret

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Hydropolitics and Preventive Diplomacy in the Horn of Africa
pp. 157-162(6)
Author: Montague, DeMario

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The Impact of Water on Livestock and Food Security
pp. 219-227(9)
Author: Brown, Dan

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The Small Reservoirs Project: Research to Improve Water Availability and Economic Development in Rural Semi-arid Areas
pp. 325-332(8)
Authors: Liebe, Jens; Andreini, Marc; van de Giesen, Nick; Steenhuis, Tammo

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pp. 333-344(12)

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