People, livelihoods and decision making in catchment management:A case study from Tanzania

Franks, Tom and Cleaver, Frances (2002) People, livelihoods and decision making in catchment management:A case study from Tanzania. Waterlines, 20 (3). pp. 7-10. ISSN 0262-8104

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Abstract

This paper illustrates the complexity of catchment water management and the importance of understanding the context of economic, political and cultural aspects of livelihoods in a catchment. Issues highlighted include the need for institutions which cross resource boundaries, ways of including those stakeholders usually excluded from decision-making processes, and the importance of livelihood constraints on people's participation in resource management.

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Journal Article
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Waterlines
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145120
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07 Jul 2020 08:45
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Yes
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Published
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