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Gender dimensions of customary water resource governance : Marakwet case study
(Weaver Press, 2015)
This book approaches water and sanitation as an African gender and human rights issue. Empirical case studies from Kenya, Malawi, South Africa and Zimbabwe show how coexisting international, national and local regulations ...
Governing the commons through customary law systems of water governance
(CEESP and IUCN, 2014)
The resilience of customary law systems of natural resource governance in many parts of the world lends credence to Ostrom’s theory on the governance of commons. Ostrom argued that resource users who enjoy relative ...
Customary law systems for water governance in Kenya
(Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015-07-31)
In many jurisdictions including Kenya, the term ‘law’ is generally assumed to refer to enacted rules emanating from the state. Consequently, legal systems for water resource governance are considered largely as consisting ...