PREPARING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS - ASIA

PREPARING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS


AFRICA

Proceedings of the
African Regional Workshop
Nairobi,Kenya
8-10 October 2003

Edited by
Brent Swallow
Njeri Okono
Moujahed Achouri and
Larry Tennyson
Table of Contents
Traduction partielle en Français

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CONTENTS

Preface, Contents, Acknowledgments, Acronyms and Introduction

PART 1  -  FAO WATERSHED MANAGEMENT REVIEW
 

CHAPTER 1  -  Preparing the next generation of watershed management programmes - Moujahed Achouri
CHAPTER 2  -  Review and assessment of watershed management strategies and approaches - Larry Tennyson

PART 2  -  LINKS AMONG LAND USE, TREE COVER AND WATER IN WATERSHEDS
 

CHAPTER 3  -  Land–water relationhips in rural watersheds - Jean-Marc Faurès
CHAPTER 4  -  Watershed management – can we incorporate more evidence-based policies? Ian R. Calder

PART 3  -  FARMING AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
 

CHAPTER 5  -  Runoff and erosion control under improved fallows in western Kenya - Anja Boye and Alain Albrecht
CHAPTER 6  -  Results from ten years of watershed and water resources research in semi-arid southern Zimbabwe - F. T. Mugabe
CHAPTER 7  -  Conservation farming – a strategy for improved agricultural and water productivity among smallholder farmers in drought-prone environments - Johan Rockström and Kurt Steiner
CHAPTER 8  -  Above-ground transformations in agroforestry systems in watersheds: case of cocoa agroforests of central Cameroon - P. Mbile, N. Besingi, M. Tonka, Z. Tchoundjeu and A. Atanganae

PART 4  -  SOCIAL ASPECTS OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
 

CHAPTER 9  -  The sociological approach in watershed management: from participation to decentralization - Jean Bonnal
CHAPTER 10  -  Catchment property rights and the case of Kenya’s Nyando basin - Brent Swallow, Leah Onyango and Ruth Meinzen-Dick
CHAPTER 11  -  Managing micro-catchment resources: institutional arrangements for water use in Chiwi district, Zimbabwe - Nontokozo Nemarundwe
Proceedings of the African Regional Workshop on Watershed Management

PART 5  -  AFRICAN EXPERIENCES IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
 

CHAPTER 12  -  Processes that will influence resource allocation in the Republic of South Africa - S. Rademeyer
CHAPTER 13  -  Putting integrated water resource management into practice – Ghana’s experience - Kwame Odame-Ababio
CHAPTER 14  -  Water sector reforms in Zimbabwe: the importance of policy and institutional coordination on implementation - H. Makurira and M. Mugumo
CHAPTER 15  -  Water erosion and silting in the Niger River basin in the context of watershed management - Ousmane S. Diallo

PART 6  -  WORKSHOP FINDINGS
 

CHAPTER 16 Conclusions of working groups
CHAPTER 17 Workshop summary

ANNEXES
 

ANNEX A Abstracts of presentations
ANNEX B Opening remarks
ANNEX C Workshop programme
ANNEX D Workshop participants


TRADUCTION PARTIELLE EN FRANÇAIS  -  
 

Preface
Note des éditeurs
Bref aperçu de la nouvelle génération de projets d’aménagement des bassins versants et de l’Atelier de Nairobi
Resume des presentations
Conclusions des groupes de travail
Résumé approuvé de l’atelier