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An Analysis of Water Users’ Associations on Transfer of Irrigation Management and Land and Water Rights in Malawi: a case study of South Rukuru and Limphasa Irrigation Schemes under IFAD supported IRLADP An Analysis of Water Users’ Associations on Transfer of Irrigation Management and Land and Water Rights in Malawi: a case study of South Rukuru and Limphasa Irrigation Schemes under IFAD supported IRLADP HOT
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Implemented within the framework of the TSLI-ESA/IFAD Project, the outputs of this study were a key component for the design of the new IFAD supported PRIDE programme in Malawi.

The main terms of reference of the study were:

  1. To characterise, document and analyse the key differences in land and natural resources tenure security features of the selected irrigation sites across the project; and their potential impact on institutional form, strengths and performance of their respective WUAs; and
  2. To analyse and document land and water sharing practice and lessons and providing evidence regarding tenure constraints and opportunities for incorporation into the design of the PRIDE, and feeding into national and regional policy dialogue processes.

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Created2016-02-04
Created byJudith Mulinge
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