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Farmer-based financing of operations in the Niger Valley irrigation schemes


  • Abernethy, Charles. L.
  • Sally, Hilmy
  • Lonsway, Kurt
  • Maman, Chegou

    International Water Management Institute
    International Projects group of dams and Moore, USA
    Ntional Institute for Agronomic Research of Niger (INRAN))


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  • Abernethy, Charles. L. & Sally, Hilmy & Lonsway, Kurt & Maman, Chegou, 2000. "Farmer-based financing of operations in the Niger Valley irrigation schemes," IWMI Research Reports H 26188, International Water Management Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:iwt:rerpts:h026188

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    1. Abernethy, C. L., 2001. "Financing river-basin organisations," Conference Papers h029117, International Water Management Institute.
    2. Tushaar Shah & Babara Van Koppen & Douglas Murrey & Marna de Lange & Madar Samad, 2002. "Institutional Alternatives in African Smallholder Irrigation: Lessons from International Experience with Irrigation Management Transfer," IWMI Research Reports H 30202, International Water Management Institute.
    3. Sally, H., 2002. "Institutional and financial considerations for self-managed irrigated agriculture in West Africa: examples from Burkina Faso and Niger," Conference Papers h030888, International Water Management Institute.
    4. Merrey, D. J. & Shah, T. & van Koppen, B. & de Lange, M. & Samad, M., 2002. "Can irrigation management transfer revitalize African agriculture?: A review of African and international experiences," IWMI Books, Reports H030873, International Water Management Institute.
    5. Mutambara, Solomon & Darkoh, Michael B.K. & Atlhopheng, Julius R., 2016. "A comparative review of water management sustainability challenges in smallholder irrigation schemes in Africa and Asia," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 171(C), pages 63-72.


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