Fixing the leaks in women's human rights to water: lessons from South Africa
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van Koppen, Barbara; Derman, B.; Schreiner, B.; Durojaye, E.; Mweso, N. 2015. Fixing the leaks in women's human rights to water: lessons from South Africa. In Hellum, A.; Kameri-Mbote, P.; van Koppen, Barbara. (Eds.) Water is life: women’s human rights in national and local water governance in southern and eastern Africa. Harare, Zimbabwe: Weaver Press. pp.457-506.
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HUMAN RIGHTS; WATER RIGHTS; WATER SUPPLY; WATER RATES; WATER LAW; WATER USE; WATER PRODUCTIVITY; WATER MANAGEMENT; INSTITUTIONS; GENDER; WOMANS STATUS; POVERTY; LIVING STANDARDS; LEGAL ASPECTS; LEGISLATION; WATER POLICY; WATER ALLOCATION; DOMESTIC WATER; IRRIGATION WATER; LOCAL GOVERNMENT; GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS; SANITATION; ECONOMIC ASPECTS; LAND REFORM
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