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First Name: Hamid
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Last Name: Abdel Hakh

RePEc Short-ID: pab274

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Inspectorat Général des Finances
Ministère de l'Economie et des Finances
Government of Tchad
Location: N'Djaména, Tchad
Handle: RePEc:edi:igfgvtd (more details at EDIRC)


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  1. Aslam, M. & Hamid, A. & Hussain, A. & Tabassam, M., 1999. "Soil salinity-sodicity and land use suitability in the Fordwah Eastern Sadiqia (South) irrigated area," IWMI Books, Reports H024896, International Water Management Institute.
  2. Waheed-Uz-Zaman & Iqbal, A. & Hamid, A. & Skogerboe, G. V., 1998. "Water measurement training for subsystem management of Hakra 4-R Distributary by the Water Users Federation," IWMI Research Reports H022922, International Water Management Institute.
  3. Waheed-uz-Zaman & Hamid, A., 1998. "Pre-takeover comparative performance of water users organizations of Hakra 4-R Distributary, Punjab, Pakistan," IWMI Research Reports H023752, International Water Management Institute.
  4. Rehman, G. & Hussain, A. & Hamid, A. & Almas, A. S. & Tabassum, M. & Nomani, M. A. & Yousaf, K., 1998. "Waterlogging and salinity management in the Sindh Province. Volume 1 - the irrigated landscape: resource availability across the hydrological divides. Annexes," IWMI Books, Reports H024975, International Water Management Institute.
  5. Rehman, G. & Hussain, A. & Hamid, A. & Almas, A. S. & Tabassum, M. & Nomani, M. A. & Yousaf, K., 1998. "Waterlogging and salinity management in the Sindh Province. Volume 1 - The irrigated landscape: resource availability across the hydrological divides," IWMI Books, Reports H024974, International Water Management Institute.
  6. Butt, R. & Munir, N. & Bhatti, M. I. & Almas, A. S. & Rehman, G. & Hamid, A. & Soomro, T. & Hussain, A. & Tabassum, M. & Yousaf, K., 1998. "Waterlogging and salinity management in the Sindh Province, Pakistan. Volume 1, supplement I-D. Drainage in the LBOD Project: impact assessment," IWMI Research Reports H024979, International Water Management Institute.
  7. Hassan, M. U. & Hamid, A. & Bandaragoda, D. J., 1998. "Transition from local level management to state regulation: formalization of water allocation rules in Pakistan," IWMI Research Reports H023028, International Water Management Institute.
  8. Gosselink, P. & Hamid, A. & Hoeberichts, A. & Ishaq, M. & Khan, R. & Rehman, S.-ur & Riaz, K. & Strosser, P. & Wahaj, R. & Waheed, uz-Z., 1995. "How do water users perceive the quality of their irrigation services?: Report on a Training Course in the Use of Participatory Rural Appraisal for Irrigation Management Research, December 1994," IWMI Books, Reports H016617, International Water Management Institute.


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