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Periodical issueD'Alessandro, Cristina and Zulu, Leo C. (eds.) (2017)
See this documentFrom the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Africa in the post-2015 development agenda: a geographical perspective, part 2
Abstract presentAfrican Geographical Review. Volume 36 #2. p. 131-252.

BookYaro, Joseph Awetori (ed.) (2013)
Rural development in northern Ghana
Abstract presentNew York: Nova Science Publishers. 269p.

BookMugarura, Steven and Baguma, David (eds.) (2012)
See this documentWater and sanitation sector: gender statistics profile
Kampala: Uganda Bureau of Statistics. 32p.

DVD / videoJong, Flip de and Broekhuis, Rens (eds.) (2011)
Honger naar verandering
Abstract presentHilversum: Vara.

Periodical articleKent, Rebecca and MacRae, Mairi (2010)
See this documentAgricultural livelihoods and nutrition - exploring the links with women in Zambia
Gender and Development. Volume 18 #3. November. p. 387-409.

Periodical articleMaphosa, Beatrice (2010)
The challenges facing women in the water sector profession
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 40 #2. p. 40-52.

Conference paperTerramorsi, Bernard and Sambo, Clément (eds.) (2010)
Les filles des eaux dans l'océan Indien: mythes, récits, représentations: actes du colloque international de Toliara (Madagascar, mai 2008)
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. 559p.

Periodical articleHemson, David (2007)
See this documentThe burden of care: water, health and gender in the Dolphin Coast concession
Abstract presentUrban Forum. Volume 18 #3. p. 211-225.

Periodical articleTandon, Nidhi (2007)
See this documentBiopolitics, climate change and water security: impact, vulnerability and adaptation issues for women
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #73. p. 4-17.

Periodical articleMazarire, Gerald Chikozho (2003)
See this document'The Politics of the Womb': Women, Politics and the Environment in Pre-Colonial Chivi, Southern Zimbabwe, c. 1840 to 1900
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 30 #1. p. 35-50.

BookAllély, D. (ed.) (2002)
Eau, genre et développement durable: expériences de la coopération française en Afrique subsaharienne
Paris: Gret. 112p.

BookNgeleja, James L. (1998)
The role of women in the Convention to Combat Desertification (CCD) programme implementation
National Environment Management Council (NEMC).

Periodical articleAdams, William M. and Watson, Elizabeth E. and Mutiso, Samuel K. (1997)
See this documentWater, Rules and Gender: Water Rights in an Indigenous Irrigation System, Marakwet, Kenya
Abstract presentDevelopment and Change. Volume 28 #4. October. p. 707-730.

Dissertation / thesisBeek, Carina van der (1997)
'L'eau, c'est la vie': consequences of the re-flooding of the Cameroonian Logone floodplain for the socioeconomic position of Kotoko and Mousgoum women in the area
#80. 120p.

Periodical articleVijfhuizen, Carin (1997)
See this documentRain-Making, Political Conflicts and Gender Images: A Case from Mutema Chieftaincy in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 24 #1. p. 31-49.

Periodical articleSikwibele, Anne L. (1996)
Women, Water Supply and Sanitation Problems in Poor Compounds of Lusaka
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 12 #2. June. p. 37-52.

Periodical articleBruijn, Mirjam de (1995)
See this documentA Pastoral Women's Economy in Crisis: The Fulbe in Central Mali
Abstract presentNomadic Peoples. #36-37. p. 85-104.

Periodical articleDeuss, Marleen (1995)
Vrouwen om de tuin geleid? Genderverhoudingen in een irrigatieproject in Senegal
Abstract presentDerde wereld: tijdschrift over imperialisme, onderontwikkeling en verzet. Volume 14 #1. p. 53-64.

Periodical articleMade, Patricia A. (1995)
Women and Desertification: Tillers of the Land, Keepers of Knowledge
Abstract presentSAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 32-38.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1994)
Putting women on the agenda: a case from rural Kenya
Droplets. #1. p. 6-8.

BookBaden, Sally (1994)
Gender issues and water and sanitation projects in the Republic of Benin
Brighton: Institute of Development Studies. #24. 32p.

BookGreen, Cathy and Baden, Sally (1994)
Gender issues in water and sanitation projects in Mali
Brighton: Institute of Development Studies. #28. 44p.

Periodical articleKinuthia-Njenga, C. (1994)
Women and management of water resources in Africa
Droplets. #1. p. 2.

Periodical articleOnyekakeyah, L. (1994)
Women and water management in Nigeria
Droplets. #1. p. 5.

Periodical articleSimpson-Hébert, M. (1994)
Gender and management issues in the water sector: the case of rural Botswana
Droplets. #1. p. 1, 3-4.

Periodical articleVan Wijk, C. (1994)
Gender aspects of sanitation
Droplets. #1. p. 9-11.

Periodical articleYoon, S. (1991)
Water for life: gender inequality and children's needs
Droplets. Volume 3. December-Feb. 1992. p. 1-3, 8.

Periodical articleKrhoda, George Okoye (1990)
Women, Water Supply and Sanitation in Kenya
Abstract presentAfrican Urban Quarterly. Volume 5 #3-4. August-November. p. 247-254.

BookPoluha, Eva (ed.) (1990)
Concern and responsibility: an evaluation of the Dodota Water Supply Project in Ethiopia
Abstract presentStockholm: SIDA. #1990-1. 75p.

BookEl-Katsha, Samiha (ed.) (1989)
Women, water, and sanitation: household water use in two Egyptian villages
Abstract presentCairo: American University in Cairo Press. 12. 96p.

Periodical articleHooff, I. van (1989)
Vrouwen en irrigatie: het Jahaly-Pacharrprojekt in Gambia
Abstract presentDerde wereld: tijdschrift over imperialisme, onderontwikkeling en verzet. Volume 8 #5. p. 21-30.

BookMonimart, Marie (1989)
Femmes du Sahel: la désertification au quotidien
Abstract presentParis: Karthala. 263p.

Book chapterBernal, V. (1988)
Losing ground - women and agriculture on Sudan's irrigated schemes: lessons from a Blue Nile village
Abstract presentIn: Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience / ed. by Jean Davison. - Boulder, Col. [etc.]: Westview Press. p. 131-156.

Book chapterCarney, J.A. (1988)
Struggles over land and crops in an irrigated rice scheme: The Gambia
Abstract presentIn: Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience / ed. by Jean Davison. - Boulder, Col. [etc.]: Westview Press. p. 59-78.

BookJanssen, E. (1988)
'My name has no value, it is merely there': the significance of the Jahaly-Pacharr rice irrigation project in the Gambia for the socio-economic position of women
Abstract presentNijmegen: Faculty of Policy Sciences, Catholic University. #51. 157p.

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