Gaining Access to Water: Formal and Working Rules of Indigenous Irrigation Management on Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (M.E. Gillingham)

Author Mary E. Gillingham Keywords Indigenous irrigation, Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, access to water, sustainable, flexible, governance Abstract Using the example of indigenous irrigation on Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, this paper illustrates that operating beneath the formal rules of irrigation organization is a series of “working rules” that people use to actually obtain access to water. It […]

Unequal burden: water privatisation and women’s human rights in Tanzania (R. Brown)

Author Rebecca Brown Keywords water, privatisation, Tanzania, women, human rights, equality Abstract Access to water is a critical component in advancing the human rights of women. Although privatisation of water services continues to be pushed by donors such as The World Bank, the available information shows that privatisations are not increasing access to water for […]

Gaining Access to Water: Formal and Working Rules of Indigenous Irrigation… (M.E. Gillingham)

Author Mary E. Gillingham Keywords Indigenous irrigation, Mount Kilimanjaro , Tanzania , access to water, sustainable, flexible, governance Abstract Using the example of indigenous irrigation on Mount Kilimanjaro , Tanzania , this paper illustrates that operating beneath the formal rules of irrigation organization is a series of “working rules” that people use to actually obtain […]