Water in Africa: Hydro-Pessimism or Hydro-Optimism?

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OPENING SESSION
1. Opening Remarks (Ana Cascão)
2. Water in Africa..A political [governance] & a management challenge (Tony Allan)
3. Water supply and sanitation in Africa: Optimism or pessimism? Some reflections (Alan Nicol)
4. Opening Session - Discus
TRANSBOUNDARY WATER POLITICS
5. Computation of water share and reliability of water supply for key users in transboundary Umbeluzi river (Dinis Juízo)
6. Integrated water resources management in Senegal river Basin (Ibrahim Anne)
7. Power relations, conflict and cooperation in the Nile basin (Ana Cascão)
8. Transboundary Water Politics - Discus 1
9. Transboundary Water Politics - Discus 2
10. Is water lagging behind on Aid Effectiveness? Lessons from Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Uganda (Katharina Welle & Josephine Tucker)
11. The water question under extreme poverty the example of Bolama, Guinea-Bissau (Adriano A. Bordalo & Joana Savva-Bordalo)
12. The Water issue in Cape Verde: desalination and reuse of ETARs/RWTS’s water (Manuela Cardoso)
13. Access to water: the case-study of Luanda and outskirts" (Gabriel Miguel, J. Neto, H. Andrade, L. Rebollo & M. Loeches)
14. The future of water supply services in the metropolitan area of Maputo” (Alexandra Serra, D. Soares, E. Naiene & K. Ribeiro)
WATER AS A HUMAN RIGHT
15. Water as Human Right: Introduction (Paula Duarte Lopes)
16. The Market Economy and the Challenges of guaranteeing the human right to water in Africa (Manuel Branco e Pedro Henriques)
17. Implementing water justice: optimism and pessimism from Johannesburg and Khartoum (David Blanchon)
18. Access to water in post-apartheid South Africa: Right or Commodity (Michela Marcatelli)
19. Water as Human Right - Discus 1
20. Water as Human Right - Discus 2
WATER AND AGRICULTURE – Global and Local Level Approaches
21. Capturing the invisible is easier than communicating the invisible to move the minds of consumers (Tony Allan)
22. Rainwater Management for Increased Agricultural production (Nico van Leeuwen)
23. Water Security in rural Tanzania. Social Status and Distributive Conflicts in Irrigation Systems: A Field Experiment (Els Lecoutere)
WATER GOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES I
24. Integration of informal business models into water supply operations: International practices and the case of Maputo (João Rabaça, Maria Piedade Coruche & Nuno Assunção)
25. How worth is so much water? Risks and opportunities of water resources management in Angola (Álvaro Pereira)
26. The social onus of water in Cape Verde (Victor Reis)
27. Les ressources en eau en Tunisie: la problématique, les orientations et l’assise juridique (Ahmed Gaaloul)
28. Water Governance and Institutional - Discus 1
LARGE DAMS IN AFRICA: CASE-STUDIES
29. Social and Cultural Impacts of Large Dams: the Case-study of the Merowe Dam in Sudan (Jean-Gabriel Leturcq)
30. How does the river flow? The Mphanda Nkuwa dam project and China's impact in Southern Africa (Daniel Alvarenga)
31. Algeria: M.A.O. Project - Kerrada Dam (Tiago Brito)
WATER GOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES II
32. Social learning and catchment-management institutions in Southern Africa (Helen Brown)
33. Resilience and Governance. Analysing water governance in coupled social-ecological systems (Mathias Polak)
34. Water resources development in Mozamibque in a regional perspective (Álvaro Carmo Vaz)
35. ACP-EU Water Facility (Américo Ferreira)
36. Water Governance and Institutional - Discus 1
WATER AND CLIMATE CHANGE
37. Adaptation to Climate Change and Development. Hydric Resouces in Cabo Verde, São Tomé e Príncipe e Guiné-Bissau (Sara Dourado)
38. Different cases of optimal reservoir dimensioning under climate change” (Hypatia Nassopoulos)
WATER DECENTRALISATION AND REGIONALISATION
39. Decentralisation-Regionalisation: Introduction (Ibrahima Anne)
40. Between a Rock and a Hard Place - Decentralisation and Struggle over Water Resources in Mali (Signe Cold-Ravnkilde)
41. From Hydro-Pessimism to Hydro Optimism in Southern Africa Water Ressource Management: challenging the Hydropolitical Risk at work (Agathe Maupin)
42. Power Politics in Afrca: Portugal, Mozambique and South Africa in the negotiation process of the Cahora Bassa hydroelectric project (José Francisco Paiva)
43. Water Descentralisation and Regionalisation - Discus
WATER AND PARTICIPATION
44. The Politics of Water Delivery in Rural Communities of Nigeria: Deep or Shallow Commitment? (Godwin Ojo)
45. Water users must be efficient producers”: gender perspectives from irrigation schemes in Mozambique and South Africa (Roberta Pelizolli)
46. Water management and changing gender relations in Marocco (Olivier Graefe)
CLOSING SESSION
47. Closing Session: Transboundary Water Politics (Ibrahim Anne)
48. Closing Session: Water Supply and Sanitation (Alan Nicol)
49. Closing Session: Water as Human Right (David Blanchon)
50. Closing Session: Water and Agriculture (Els Lecoute)
51. Closing Session: Water Governance (Susana Neto & Ana Cascão)
52. Closing Session: Large Dams in Africa (Alan Nicol)
53. Closing Session: Water and Climate Change (Maria Leonor Fidalgo)
54. Closing Session: Water Decentralisation (Ibrahima Anne)
55. Closing Session: Water And Participation (Carlos Garrido)
56. Closing Session - Discus

 

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