Trends and Outlook: Agricultural Water Management in southern Africa. Country report - South Africa. [Project report submitted to United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Feed the Future Program].
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Stevens, Joe; van Koppen, Barbara. 2015. Trends and Outlook: Agricultural Water Management in southern Africa. Country report - South Africa. [Project report submitted to United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID’s) Feed the Future Program]. Pretoria, South Africa: International Water Management Institute (IWMI).. 72p.
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AGRICULTURE; WATER MANAGEMENT; SUSTAINABILITY; WATER RESOURCES; GROUNDWATER; INTERNATIONAL WATERS; INSTITUTIONS; INVESTMENT; WATER ALLOCATION; WATER USE; WATER RATES; PRICING; WATER POLICY; LEGISLATION; IRRIGATION SCHEMES; CLIMATE CHANGE; RAIN; FLOODING; FOOD SECURITY; SMALLHOLDERS; POVERTY; NUTRITION; CASE STUDIES
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