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When participation is not enough. Lessons from decentralised water governance in Namibia
Lessons from ASSAR’s research in rural villages in north-central Namibia show how decentralised water governance is not effective without proper support for citizens.
Conducting life history interviews: a how-to guide
Conducting life history interviews: a how-to guide
The ASSAR migration research team have developed a brilliant new how-to guide to lead researchers, step-by-step, through the process of using the life history approach to conduct interviews.
Health vulnerability to heat stress in rural communities of the semi-arid regions of Maharashtra, India
A new policy brief by WOTR highlights the varied risks and responses to heat stress among the different social categories in Maharashtra, India.
Using TSP to think critically about the future of water in rural Jalna, India
The Watershed Organisation Trust recently held their second TSP to think critically about the future of water for domestic and livelihood needs in rural Jalna, India.
ASSAR presents at the 10th Climate Change: Impact and Responses conference in Berkeley, California
On 21 April Teresa Perez presented part of her analysis on Participatory Scenario Processes (PSP) from her fieldwork undertaken in ASSAR regions last year.

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