Social development and economy

Title: YEMEN, WATER, AND THE POLITICS OF KNOWLEDGE
By: Steven C. Caton – Anthropology, Harvard University
Environmental Politics Worshop, University of California, Berkeley
Published in: 26 October 2007

Title: Ground Water Security in Yemen: Role and Responsibilities of Local Communities in Conserving Groundwater
Authors: Dr. Frank van Steenbergen, Dr. Omar A. Bamaga and Dr. Adel M. Al-Weshali
Publisher: MataMeta Company

Title: SECTOR WIDE ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ASSESSMENT (SwESA) for the Water Sector Support Program (Final Report)
Year: December, 2008
Published by: Ministry of Water and Environment & Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Yemen

Title: Participatory approach of water management

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

 

Title: Gender, Place and Culture
Fluid lives: subjectivities, gender and water in rural Bangladesh
Author: Farhana Sultana
Department of Geography, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, 144 Eggers Hall, Syracuse, NY, 13244, USA
Publishing year: 2009

This article was downloaded by: [American University in Cairo]
On: 02 October 2011, At: 03:54
Publisher: Routledge

 

 

Title: Politics of Qat. The Role of a Drug in Ruling Yemen (Table of contents and prologue)
Author: P. Gatter
Year: 2012

Title: Poverty Relevance of Urban Interventions 

Title: Good Practice Note: Using Poverty and Social Impact Analysis to Support Development Policy Operations
Year: 2004

Title: Traditional Conflict Management in Yemen (Draft, March 2005)
Authors: Sonja Andjelkovic-Al Amry and Nina Scherg
Year: 2005

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