Why water policies in Africa need to change

Patterns of water use for agriculture in Africa are changing. Professor Anna Mdee, Professor in Politics of Global Development, argues that government policies need to adapt to the complex and diverse realities of African rural livelihoods.

A field with a sprinkler system watering grain crops. There are mountains and a glowing sky in the background.
Photo by Michael Bourgault on Unsplash
Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

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