Special issue: Farmer-led irrigation development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Investment, policy engagements and agrarian transformation
Guest Editors: Gert Jan Veldwisch, Jean-Philippe Venot and Hans Komakech

Re-introducing politics in African farmer-led irrigation development: Introduction to a Special Issue
Gert Jan Veldwisch, Jean-Philippe Venot, Philip Woodhouse, Hans Komakech and Dan Brockington

Water Alternatives 12(1): 1-12                  Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Petrol pumps and the making of modernity along the shores of Lake Victoria, Kenya
Paul Hebinck, Luwieke Bosma and Gert Jan Veldwisch

Water Alternatives 12(1): 13-29                 Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Critical governance problems for farmer-led irrigation: State capacity and institutional capability
Anna Mdee and Elizabeth Harrison

Water Alternatives 12(1): 30-45                 Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Vegetable gardening in Burkina Faso: Drip irrigation, agroecological farming and the diversity of smallholders
Basile Gross and Ronald Jaubert

Water Alternatives 12(1): 46-67                  Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Development assemblages and collective farmer-led irrigation in the Sahel: A case study from the lower Delta of the Senegal River"
Samir El Ouaamari, Nadège Garambois, Mathilde Fert and Léa Radzik

Water Alternatives 12(1): 68-87                  Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Irrigating Zimbabwe after land reform: The potential of farmer-led systems
Ian Scoones, Felix Murimbarimba and Jacob Mahenehene

Water Alternatives 12(1): 88-106                 Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Modernisation and African farmer-led irrigation development: Ideology, policies and practices
Chris de Bont, Janwillem Liebrand, Gert-Jan Veldwisch and Philip Woodhouse

Water Alternatives 12(1): 107-128               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Viewpoint – The politics of research on farmer-managed irrigation systems in Asia: Some reflections for Africa
Janwillem Liebrand

Water Alternatives 12(1): 129-145               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Viewpoint – A hybrid approach to statutory water law to support smallholder farmer-led irrigation development (FLID) in Sub-Saharan Africa
Barbara van Koppen and Barbara Schreiner

Water Alternatives 12(1): 146-155               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Viewpoint – Sustainable and equitable growth in farmer-led irrigation in Sub-Saharan Africa: What will it take?
Nicole Lefore, Meredith Giordano, Claudia Ringler and Jennie Barron

Water Alternatives 12(1): 156-168               Abstract | Full Text - PDF


Gender, water, and nutrition in India: An intersectional perspective
Amit Mitra and Nitya Rao

Water Alternatives 12(1): 169-191               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Gender in development discourses of civil society organizations and Mekong hydropower dams
Louis Lebel, Phimphakan Lebel, Kanokwan Manorom and Zhou Yishu

Water Alternatives 12(1): 192-220               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Breaking out of the governance trap in rural Mexico
Antonio Cáñez-Cota and Nicolás Pineda-Pablos

Water Alternatives 12(1): 221-240               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Decentring watersheds and decolonising watershed governance: Towards an ecocultural politics of scale in the Klamath Basin
Daniel Sarna-Wojcicki, Jennifer Sowerwine, Lisa Hillman, Leaf Hillman and Bill Tripp

Water Alternatives 12(1): 241-266               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Hydrosocial territories in dispute: Flows of water and power in the interbasin transfer project in Bolivia
Rígel Rocha López, Rutgerd Boelens, Jeroen Vos and Edwin Rap

Water Alternatives 12(1): 267-284               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

Not built to last: Improving legal and institutional arrangements for community-based water and sanitation service delivery in Indonesia
Mohamad Mova Al’Afghani, Jeremy Kohlitz and Juliet Willetts

Water Alternatives 12(1): 285-303               Abstract | Full Text - PDF

The critical geopolitics of water conflicts in school textbooks: The case of Germany
Tobias Ide, Anna-Katharina Thiel and Itay Fischhendler

Water Alternatives 12(1): 304-321               Abstract | Full Text - PDF