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  • 1. Equitable distribution of water rights and access: water, poverty and gender Dr. Gert Jan Veldwisch & Dr. Rutgerd Boelens Irrigation and Water Engineering Group Erik Heijmans Director of the BSc and MSc programmes International Land and Water Management
  • 2. Practical set-up
    • Tuesday: - 2 sessions
    • Wednesday: - 1 session - ICM strategies - market place - 1 session
    • Thursday: - field day
    • Friday: - 1 session - presentations
  • 3. Aims of the working group
    • Develop a basic research and action agenda on issues around inequitable access to water and decision making around access to water
    • To be able to do this:
    • Determine the issues and processes at stake
    • Draw lessons from existing action research programmes
  • 4. Analysis of 6 cases
    • We will:
    • identify lines of division between water user groups,
    • define processes of exclusion from access to both water and decision making processes,
    • explore the underlying structures that lead to unequal access to water, and
    • identify the existing and possible directions in which solutions to these conflicts could be found.
  • 5. Analysis of 6 cases
  • 6. Analysis of 6 cases
  • 7. Practical set-up – first part
    • Tuesday morning: Hans Komakech (Tanzania)
    • Tuesday afternoon: Thierry Lassalle (Rwanda) Pascaline Babadankpodji (Benin) Francis Nkoka (Mozambique)
    • Wednesday: Hervé Levite (Burkina Faso) Ignatius Gutsa (Zimbabwe) Synthesis on the 6 cases
  • 8. Practical set-up – second part
    • Wednesday afternoon: Discussions on ICM presentations Sharing of experiences
    • Friday morning: Finalise discussions on research and action agenda Plenary presentation of the results