Farmer-led irrigation in Africa: Driving a new Green Revolution?

by Ian Scoones

Photo: Zimbabweland

A new open access review paper is just out in the Journal of Peasant Studies on farmer-led irrigation in Africa.  The paper offers a fantastically useful overview of the debate about what form of irrigation is most likely to support increases in smallholder production and livelihoods in Africa.

Farmer-led irrigation in Africa: driving a new Green Revolution?

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