Intersections of law, human rights and water management in Zimbabwe: implications for rural livelihoods
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No H040698, IWMI Books, Reports from International Water Management Institute
Keywords: Water; management; Human; rights; Water; rights; Gender; Water; law; Legislation; Irrigation; water; Drinking; water (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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