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Irrigated schemes: a practical guide to securing the State and farmers in Niger

Irrigated schemes: a practical guide to securing the State and farmers in Niger
Document language: 
French

Author(s): 
ONAHA

In Niger, in a context threatening the sustainability of irrigation schemes, securing land tenure helps sustain the investments of the State and the future of farmers. A practical guide, the Guide to securing land tenure in irrigation schemes in Niger, is now available to accompany and facilitate this operation at the national level.  This fact sheet details the context and the issues that led to the development of this guide and presents its characteristics and structure.

Please note that this document is available in French only.

To learn more about our work in Niger, see our country page, as well as our 2014 study on the definition of measures to secure land tenure in irrigated schemes in Niger.

Date: 
August 2017

Publisher: 
GWI West Africa

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