Last edited by Shaktishakar
Thursday, August 6, 2020 | History

2 edition of Rural water tenure in Kenya and Tanzania found in the catalog.

Rural water tenure in Kenya and Tanzania

Christopher Huggins

Rural water tenure in Kenya and Tanzania

changing tenure patterns, legal regimes, and community responses

by Christopher Huggins

  • 374 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by Organisation for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa in Addis Ababa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kenya.,
  • Tanzania.
    • Subjects:
    • Water-supply, Rural -- Kenya.,
    • Water resources development -- Kenya.,
    • Water-supply, Rural -- Tanzania.,
    • Water resources development -- Tanzania.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementChristopher Huggins.
      SeriesOSSREA development research report series,, no. 5
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1699.K4 H84 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 84 p. ;
      Number of Pages84
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3360911M
      LC Control Number2004414234

      TS Chege Waiganjo and Paul E. N. Ngugi: The Effects of Existing Land Tenure Systems on Land Use in Kenya Today International Conference on Spatial Information for Sustainable Development Nairobi, Kenya 2–5 October 2 It is therefore imperative that File Size: 40KB. but about the ongoing availability of clean, affordable and accessible water. Approximately 80% of Tanzania’s population live in rural areas (National Water Policy ). Only 50% of people living in these areas have access to an improved water supply, as defined by the UNICEF and WHO Joint Monitoring Programme ().File Size: KB.

      Understanding the Kenya Water Act Redefined roles and responsibilities for the management, development and regulation of water resources and water services The passage of Kenya’s Constitution has had a wide set of implications for the water sector. Primarily. Customary tenure: remaking property for the 21 st century. attendant losses to rural livelihood, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwan da, Mozambique, and pe rhaps mor e quest ionably, Somalil and.

      A larger version of a water jar with a storage volume of 2, litres of water has been introduced during training courses in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. As explained in Chapter 7, it can be constructed of only 5 bags of cement and some chicken mesh and galvanized wires. Tanks built of bricks Water Tanks can be built fairly easy. - - Vol. 2, Iss. 2 (), pp – , , , ©Strategic Journals DETERMINANTS OF SUSTAINABILITY OF RURAL WATER PROJECTS IN KENYA: A CASE STUDY OF THE NETHERLANDS DEVELOPMENT ORGANISATION (SNV) SUPPORTED WATER SCHEMES IN KAJIADOCited by: 1.


Share this book
You might also like
State of childrens rights in England 2004

State of childrens rights in England 2004

Cases in management development

Cases in management development

James Cooper.

James Cooper.

7th General Conference of the Condensed Matter Division, Pisa, Italy, 7-10 April 1987

7th General Conference of the Condensed Matter Division, Pisa, Italy, 7-10 April 1987

mummy at midnight

mummy at midnight

Strategy and diplomacy, 1870-1945

Strategy and diplomacy, 1870-1945

Understanding nuclear power

Understanding nuclear power

Ore deposits of the USSR

Ore deposits of the USSR

story of the Hospitallers of St. John of God.

story of the Hospitallers of St. John of God.

Hearings on H.R. 5520 (Formerly H.R. 2255), for the Purpose of Regulating the Conditions of Employment of Mechanics, Helpers, Laborers, and All Per Diem Employees Engaged in Trades and Occupations at All Government Naval Shipyards, Naval Stations, Arsenals, and Other Government Industrial Establishments, Within or Without the Continental Limits of the U.S., and for Other Purposes

Hearings on H.R. 5520 (Formerly H.R. 2255), for the Purpose of Regulating the Conditions of Employment of Mechanics, Helpers, Laborers, and All Per Diem Employees Engaged in Trades and Occupations at All Government Naval Shipyards, Naval Stations, Arsenals, and Other Government Industrial Establishments, Within or Without the Continental Limits of the U.S., and for Other Purposes

Utah labor market information by planning district and county, 1950 to 1971.

Utah labor market information by planning district and county, 1950 to 1971.

Rural water tenure in Kenya and Tanzania by Christopher Huggins Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper looks at the water policy of Tanzania, and makes comparisons with the situation in Kenya. It focuses especially on recent attempts to move towards a participatory, demand-management approach to rural water supply.

This focus on rural water availability is motivated by the fact that approximately 80% of the population of Africa is found in rural areas, and only about. Water tenure in Kenya and Tanzania: what is the role of community responses and legal regimes.

This paper looks at the water policy of Tanzania, and makes comparisons with the situation in Kenya. It focuses especially on recent attempts to move towards a participatory, demand-management approach to rural water supply.

Both Tanzania and Kenya are attempting to juggle these competing uses through Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) systems. One of the major constraints to effective water development and management, as elsewhere in Africa, is rural poverty: 59% of people living in rural areas are categorised as "poor" and 44% as "very poor".Cited by: 5.

Water Tenure and Conflicts in Tanzania This focus on rural water availability is motivated by the fact that workshop on water policy in Kenya and Tanzania. The book presents recent studies on the dynamics of land tenure and land tenure reforms in East Africa with a focus on Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda.

By selecting these five countries, the book is able to show the changing practices and variations in the land tenure dynamics and explain how they relate to historical and more Author: Opira Otto, Aida Isinika, Herman Musahara.

The book presents recent studies on the dynamics of land tenure and land tenure reforms in East Africa with a focus on Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. THE WATER SECTOR IN KENYA Introduction The Kenya Vision goal on water and sanitation under the social pillar is access to water and sanitation for all by Kenya is a water scarce country and thus the achievement of this goal will not come easy but requires.

Since Tanzania attained political independence inthere has 1:een the need to have a comprehensive land policy that would govem iaJ.d tenure, land File Size: 2MB. i CERTIFICATION The undersigned certifies that he has read and hereby recommends for the acceptance by the University of Dar es Salaam a dissertation entitled: Land Tenure Reforms and Investment in Tanzania, in partial fulfillment for the degree of Masters of Arts (Economics) of the University of Dar es Size: KB.

were done centrally. Kenya was also under the leadership of the first president, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, from Just as in the previous planning periods a lot of emphasis was focussed on rural development.

Land therefore played a major role in terms of economic development and environmental planning. 1 SUMMARIES OF LAND TENURE CATEGORIES AND GOVERNING LAWS IN KENYA SNAPSHOT OF LAND TENURE CATEGORIES AND GOVERNING LAWS IN KENYA PRIVATE LAND PUBLIC LAND COMMUNITY LAND D Land Act (Act No.6 of ) Land Registration Act (Act No.3 of ) Land Control Act National Land Commission Act (Act No.

5 of ) 1 Kilifi Water and Sanitation Project (KIWASAP), Kenya 2 Recent Land Use Planning Approaches in Kenya: Some Examples 3 Rural Planning in Namibia: National Constraints, Local Experimentation: State-led Initiatives and Some Rural realities 4.

The HIMA Program in Tanzania 5. Rural planning in Latin America 6. Rural Planning in Mali Size: 2MB. This book, like others in the series, does not seek to be exhaustive but rather such as water and trees, which may be essential for people’s livelihoods.

For convenience, “access to land” is used here to include access to other natural resources as well. LAND TENURE Land tenure and rural development File Size: KB.

Rural Water Management in Africa: The Impact of Customary Institutions in Tanzania [Leticia K. Nkonya] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

As one of the most important natural resources, the management of water is becoming increasingly important as water resources are growing more scarce. This is especially the case for rural areas and developing countries4/5(1). Kenya Land Policy: Analysis and Recommendations by Dr. John Bruce.

Prepared for the United States Agency for International Development, Property Rights and Resource Governance Program under the Prosperity, Livelihoods and Critical Ecosystems (PLACE) Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) Contract No.

EPP-I, Task Order. File Size: KB. A total of 24 individuals were inter- Community-based tenure reform in urban Africa: E M Bassett and H M Jacobs 2The Small Towns Development Project is a project of the German government's technical assistance agency, the Deutsche Geseilschaft for Technische Zusammenar- beit (GTZ).

viewed during Januaryincluding 7 members of the Cited by: A Comparative Study of the Institutional Contexts of Rural Livelihoods in Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi and Kenya: Issues Arising from Land Tenure Reform by Sholto Cross* Summary Despite their divergent colonial and post-colonial histories, these four countries have experienced a remarkable convergence in the current state of affairs regarding.

Customary tenure often provides high levels of tenure security. Customary tenure systems generally provide poor people in Africa access to land, free of charge, and once again as a social right; this is a pervasive institution in Africa.

Tanzania is rich in natural resources, including abundant agricultural land, forests, water, and minerals. Seventy-five percent of the population is rural, and agriculture employs nearly 80 percent of the Tanzanian workforce.

But the agricultural sector has lagged behind the country’s overall economic growth in. recent discoveries of oil and natural gas within Kenya, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Uganda can be well managed regarding land tenure, as explained by the United Nations Managing Natural File Size: 1MB.

Kenya's Urban Development in the 21st Century: The Call for Innovative Initiatives from Local Authorities In municipal councils in Kenya, urban environment development plans are drawn up but not followed through.

In rural councils, environment development plans are not made at all and therefore development comes about in a haphazard manner.Water Supply and Sanitation in Kenya: Turning Finance into Services for and Beyond Rural water supply • Improve management and coordination of works and investment planning.

• Enhance targeting of investments by developing and implementing a database to monitor coverage/functionality of rural water .Kenya’s wildlife policy is found in sessional papers, ministerial statements and development plans.

Apart from laws dealing specifically with wildlife, land use and land tenure laws, local government laws and zoning laws are also relevant. The laws on forests and agriculture also File Size: KB.