Organisational Modalities of Farmer-led Irrigation Development in Tsangano District, Mozambique

  title={Organisational Modalities of Farmer-led Irrigation Development in Tsangano District, Mozambique},
  author={F. Nkoka and G.J.A. Veldwisch and J. A. Bolding},
  • F. Nkoka, G.J.A. Veldwisch, J. A. Bolding
  • Published 2014
This paper examines the organisational modalities of farmer-led irrigation systems in Tsangano, Mozambique, which has expanded over large areas with minimal external support. By looking at their historic development trajectories and the integrated nature of land and water resources, technological objects, and people three organisational modalities of irrigation system O&M are distinguished for furrow systems in Tsangano: communal systems, former Portuguese systems, and family systems. Each… CONTINUE READING


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