2.4 Water Policy

Presentations

2.4.2     How national and international water policies are made View or Download
2.4.3     Interactions of water policy with livelihood and gender issues View or Download

Lecture notes

2.4.1     Introduction to Policy Science and the Policy Process View or Download
2.4.2     How national and international water policies are made View or Download
2.4.3     Interactions of water policy with livelihood and gender issues View or Download

Teaching guide

2.4.1     Introduction to Policy Science and the Policy Process View or Download
2.4.2     How national and international water policies are made View or Download
2.4.3     Interactions of water policy with livelihood and gender issues View or Download

Exercises 

2.4.3     Interactions of water policy with livelihood and gender issues
  • ppt - groep exercise moderation View or Download
  • Background information for group exercise on gender relations in Gambia rice irrigation View or Download
  • Group exercise gender relations in a Gambian rice irrigation scheme View or Download

Required reading

2.4.1     Introduction to Policy Science and the Policy Process 
  • Merilee S. Grindle and John W. Thomas (1989) “Policy makers, policy choices, and policy outcomes: The political economy of reform in developing countries.” Policy Sciences 22:213-248. View or Download
  • Norman Long and Jan Douwe van der Ploeg (1989) “Demythologizing planned intervention: An actor perspective.” Sociologia Ruralis 24:226-249. View or Download
  • Rebecca Sutton (1999) The Policy Process: An Overview. ODI Working Paper 118. London: Overseas Development Institute. View or Download
  • Tesfaye Tafesse (2009) “A review of Ethiopia’s water sector policy, strategy and program”. In: Taye Assefa (ed.) Digest of Ethiopia National Policies, Strategies and Programs. Addis Ababa: Forum for Social Studies. View or Download
  •  MoWR (1999) Ethiopian Water Resources Management Policy. Addis Ababa: MoWR. View or Download
2.4.2     How national and international water policies are made
  • James Keeley and Ian Scoones. 2000. “Knowledge, power and politics: The environmental policy-making process in Ethiopia.” The Journal of Modern African Studies Vol. 38, No. 1: 89-120. View or Download 
  • Nyssen, J. M. Haile, J. Moeyersons, J. Poesen and J. Deckers (2004) Environmental policy in Ethiopia: a rejoinder to Keeley and Scoones. J. of Modern African Studies, 42, 1 (2004), pp. 137–147. Cambridge University Press: United Kingdom. View or Download
  • Keeley, James and Ian Scoones (2004) The environmental policy-making process in Ethiopia: A response. J. of Modern African Studies, 42, 1 (2004), pp. 149–153.Cambridge University Press: United Kingdom. View or Download
  • Oromia Regional State (n.d.) The Development Corridor ApproachView or Download
  • Oromia Regional State (2009) Irrigation Based Valleys Development ProgramView or Download
2.4.3     Interactions of water policy with livelihood and gender issues
  • IFAD, 2007, Gender and water. Securing water for improved rural livelihoods: the multiple-uses system approach, International Fund for Agricultural Development, Rome. View or Download 
Further reading

2.4.1     Introduction to Policy Science and the Policy Process 
  • Donna Kerr. 1976. “The logic of ‘policy’ and successful policies.” Policy Sciences Vol. 7: 351—363. View or Download
2.4.2     How national and international water policies are made
  • World Bank (2006) Ethiopia: Managing Water Resources to Maximize Sustainable Growth. A World Bank Water Resources Assistance Strategy for Ethiopia. View or Download
  • MoWR (1999) Ethiopian Water Resources Management Policy. Addis Ababa: MoWR. View or Download
2.4.3     Interactions of water policy with livelihood and gender issues
  • D.J. Merrey, P. Drechsel, F.W.T. Penning de Vries and H. Sally. 2005. “Integrating “livelihoods” into integrated water resources management: taking the integration paradigm to its logical next step for developing countries.” Regional Environmental Change, vol. 5: 197—204. View or Download
  • Mukhopadhyay, M., 2009, ‘Mainstreaming gender or “streaming” gender away: feminists marooned in the development business’, IDS Bulletin 35.4 Repositioning feminisms in development, IDS, UK. View or Download
  • Carney, J.A., 1988, ‘Struggles over crop rights and labour within contract farming households in a Gambian irrigated rice project’, Journal of Peasant Studies, vol. 15(3), 334-349 (used in group exercise) View or Download
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