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Literature review on support for farmer innovation in the context of large dams in West Africa

Literature review on support for farmer innovation in the context of large dams in West Africa
Document language: 
French

Author(s): 
Ismail M. Moumouni, P.B. Irénikatché Akponikpe et Mohamed N. Baco

This literature review was based on the case of thirteen large dams in West Africa with the aim of building understanding of the various interventions used to support farmer innovation and share lessons learned and recommendations. The challenges farmers face in terms of food security and well-being at present are often linked to the control of water resources. A number of measures have been taken to address this in Africa and across the world, including the construction of dams of different sizes and with different functions (e.g. agricultural, hydropower).

Please note, this publication is only available in French.

Date: 
November 2014

Publisher: 
GWI West Africa

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