Governance and politics

E+A

Title: Understanding Political Will in Groundwater Management Comparing Yemen and Ethiopia

By:  van Steenbergen, F.; Kumsa, A. and Al-Awlaki, N.

Date: 2015

Publisher:  Water Alternatives

Title: war and conflict (info-graphic)

 

Title: The Agricultural sector in the circle of US-Saudi aggression

The Agricultural sector in the circle of US-Saudi aggression – table

Published by: The ministry of agriculture and irrigation

Date: June 2015

Title: Assessment of Yemen Water Law (Final Report)
By: Tony Richards and Manzi Associates, United Kingdom
Published by:Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH
Published in: September 2002

 

Title: Water Demand Management Research Series: The Political Economy of Water Demand Management in Yemen and Jordan: A Synthesis of Findings
Written by: Mark Zeitoun
Date:
October 2009
Published by: www.idrc.ca/wadimena
by the Regional Water Demand Initiative in the Middle East and North Africa

Title: MANAGING THE INVISIBLE: Understanding and Improving Groundwater Governance (Draft Report)
By: Marcus Wijnen; Benedicte Augeard; Bradley Hiller; Christopher Ward; and Patrick Huntjens
Published by: Water Papers
Date: June 2012

 

Title: YEMEN ON THE BRINK: IMPLICATIONS FOR U.S. POLICY
Author: Dr. Christopher Boucek
Published by: Congressional Testimony
Published in: 2010

Title: Water Rights: The links between upstream and downstream areas
Wadi Zabid & WAR

Title: Water Distribution Among Wadi Zabid Groups

Title : Parchedness, politics, and power: the state hydraulic in Yemen
Author : Scott Moore
Publisher :Journal of Political Ecology.
Parchedness, politics, and power: the state hydraulic in Yemen