An economic impact: Productive waterpoints in dryland areas
Rural water-supply policy has tended to focus on only two social aspects: better access to domestic supply and improved sanitation. Less attention has been paid to investigating exactly how people would prefer to use the water to develop their own livelihoods.
Garden irrigation: Alternative techniques and techonology diffusion in dry regions
A number of simple, low-cost irrigation techniques have been developed that improve both yields and water use efficiency. So why has the technology diffusion process had such a chequered history among farmers in Zimbabwe's dryland areas?