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Record number 349750
Title Reforms in turbulent times : a study on the theory and practice of three irrigation management policy reform models in Mashonaland, Zimbabwe
Author(s) Zawe, C.
Source Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Linden Vincent, co-promotor(en): Alex Bolding. - [S.l.] : S.n. - ISBN 9085045428 - 353
Department(s) Irrigation and Water Engineering
CERES
Publication type Dissertation, internally prepared
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) irrigatie - bedrijfsvoering - zimbabwe - beleid - landbouwhervorming - theorie - oefening - irrigation - management - policy - agrarian reform - theory - practice
Categories Irrigation
Abstract This thesis focuses on smallholder Irrigation Management Reform (IMR) policy models implemented in Mashonaland West and Mashonaland Central provinces of Zimbabwe. In particular it is concerned with how the models were negotiated, recursively shaped, adopted, transformed and accepted into policy by an array of actors spanning across international funding agencies, government ministries, local agencies responsible for smallholder irrigation development, the irrigators and their surrounding communities. The thesis intends to add to the growing body of debate on IMRs by providing information on ‘the reform process,’ an aspect that has been underplayed so far. It also aims to contribute to the development of an irrigation management policy for the smallholder irrigation sector in Zimbabwe that has been lacking to date.
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