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Further papers from the workshop African Water Laws: Plural Legislative Frameworks for Rural Water Management in Africa can be found here.

GUIDELINES

Guidelines for policy makers: Accommodating customary water management arrangements to consolidate poverty-focused water reform
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Guidelines for catchment managers: Building upon customary practices in implementing IWRM in Africa: Good practice guidelines for water managers
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BROCHURES AND BRIEFS

Legal pluralism and implementing integrated water resources management in Africa. Project brochure.
pdf 606 kB

Plenary statement of participants at the African Water Laws Workshop. 26-28 January 2005, Johannesburg, South Africa.
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CONFERENCE PAPERS

Chikozho, C. and J. Latham. 2004. Implications of Customary Law for Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management in Zimbabwe: Considerations of Shona Customary Law as an Institutional Alternative. Paper presented at the 5th Waternet/WARFSA IWRM annual symposium, Windhoek, Namibia, October 2004

Chikozho, C., and Latham, J. 2005. Shona customary practices in the context of water sector reforms in Zimbabwe in African Water Laws: Plural Legislative Frameworks for Rural Water Management in Africa (Eds. B. van Koppen, J.A. Butterworth and I.J. Juma). Proceedings of a workshop held in Johannesburg, South Africa, 26-28 January 2005. IWMI, Pretoria. (conference paper)
pdf 337 kB

Juma, I. and F. Maganga. 2004. Formalization of Water Rights and its Implications for Equitable Sharing of Water Resources in Tanzania. Paper presented at the 5th Waternet/WARFSA IWRM annual symposium, Windhoek, Namibia, October 2004
pdf 145 kB

Juma, I.J. & Maganga, F.P. 2005. Current reforms and their implications for rural water management in Tanzania, in African Water Laws: Plural Legislative Frameworks for Rural Water Management in Africa (Eds. B. van Koppen, J.A. Butterworth and I.J. Juma). Proceedings of a workshop held in Johannesburg, South Africa, 26-28 January 2005. IWMI, Pretoria.
pdf 216 kB

Maganga, F. P., Kiwasila, H. L., Juma, I. H. and Butterworth, J. A. 2003. Implications of customary norms and laws for implementing IWRM: Findings from Pangani and Rufiji basins, Tanzania, in Proceedings of 4th WATERNET/WARFSA Symposium, Gaborone, Botswana.
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JOURNAL PAPERS

Maganga, F.P. 2003. Incorporating customary laws in implementation of IWRM: some insights from Rufiji River Basin, Tanzania. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Volume 28, Pp995-1000
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Maganga, F.P., Hilda L. Kiwasila, Ibrahim H. Juma and Butterworth, J.A. 2004. Implications of customary norms and laws for implementing IWRM: findings from Pangani and Rufiji basins, Tanzania. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Volume 29, Pp1335-1342
pdf 323 kB

REPORTS

UDSM, NRI & IWMI. 2004. Implications of Customary Laws for Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management. Project inception report for the UK Department for International Development. UDSM/ NRI/ IWMI.
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