Kachin State in Northern Myanmar is the site of rapid ecological change and social dynamism. Planning for development has historically be hampered by conflict and fierce competition for resources. One WLE Greater Mekong project is researching how to better manage the landscape, both physical and social, in this complex and rich environment. Filmmaker Douglas Varchol reports from the field.
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- OtherFradi, Fajr; Le, Quang Bao; Bonaiuti, Enrico; Thomas, Richard; Lala-Pritchard, Tana; Holmes, Holly Anne. 2017. Mapping of the context socio-ecological type (CSET). Amman, Jordan: The International Center for Agriculture Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) (Executive Producer).
How to Support Effective and Inclusive Irrigation Water Users’ Associations: A Guide for Practitioners.Merrey, D. J.; Lefore, Nicole. 2018. How to support effective and inclusive irrigation water users’ associations: a guide for practitioners. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE).. 16p. (WLE Research for Development (R4D) Learning Series 9) doi: 10.5337/2018.227
- BriefNijbroek, Ravic; Wangui, Edna. 2018. What women and men want: Considering gender for successful, sustainable land management programs. Colombo, Sri Lanka: CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). 4p.
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Theory and application of Agricultural Innovation Platforms for improved irrigation scheme management in Southern Africavan Rooyen, A.F.; Ramshaw,P.; Moyo, M.; Stirzaker, R.; Bjornlund, H. 2017. Theory and application of Agricultural Innovation Platforms for improved irrigation scheme management in Southern Africa. International Journal of Water Resources Development 33(5): 804-823.
Making Local Water Planning Gender and Socially Inclusive: Towards Gender Inclusive Water Sector DevelopmentInternational Centre for Integrated Mountain Development. 2017. Making Local Water Planning Gender and Socially Inclusive: Towards Gender Inclusive Water Sector Development. Kathmandu, Nepal: International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development.