Institutional settings and livelihood strategies in the Blue Nile Basin: implications for upstream/downstream linkages
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KeywordsRiver basins / Water policy / Institutions / Institutional development / Farming systems / Mixed farming / Cereals / Sorghum / Irrigated farming / Vegetables / Pastoralism / Poverty / Water supply / Sanitation / Labor / Ecosystems / Energy / Water power / Watershed management / Water harvesting / Legal aspects / Environmental policy / Water users associations / Irrigation programs;
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