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The challenges for small producers in the areas irrigated by large dams - the case of the Niandouba and Confluent (Anambé) dam in Senegal
Dr. Ibrahima Hathie, M. Latyr Diouf, M. Modou Diouf, M. Moussa Kama
This report presents the results of research on the livelihoods of small farmers. The study was conducted with the participation of rice producers based on the irrigated area around the Niandouba and Confluent (Anambé) dam in Senegal. It is part of the activities undertaken by the Global Water Initiative (GWI) in West Africa which aims to define through its research evidence the options for improving the lives of smallholders farming downstream of large dams.