Chris de Bont
Chris de Bont
Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University
Verified email at humangeo.su.se
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The fluid nature of water grabbing: The on-going contestation of water distribution between peasants and agribusinesses in Nduruma, Tanzania
C de Bont, GJ Veldwisch, HC Komakech, J Vos
Agriculture and Human Values 33 (3), 641-654, 2016
182016
Neither modern nor traditional: Farmer-led irrigation development in Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania
C de Bont, HC Komakech, GJ Veldwisch
World Development 116, 15-27, 2019
162019
Differentiated access: Challenges of equitable and sustainable groundwater exploitation in Tanzania
HC Komakech, C de Bont
Water Alternatives 11 (3), 623-637, 2018
72018
The continuous quest for control by African irrigation planners in the face of farmer-led irrigation development: The case of the lower Moshi Area, Tanzania (1935-2017)
C de Bont
Water Alternatives 11 (3), 893-915, 2018
72018
Modernisation and farmer-led irrigation development in Africa: A study of state-farmer interactions in Tanzania
C de Bont
Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University, 2018
32018
Modernisation and African farmer-led irrigation development: ideology, policies and practices
C De Bont, J Liebrand, GJ Veldwisch, P Woodhouse
Water Alternatives 12 (1), 107-128, 2019
22019
What's moving them? The spread of small pump sets and lay-flat pipes in Rupandehi, Nepal.
C Bont
Agriculture for Development, 32-34, 2014
12014
The Mawala irrigation scheme
C de Bont
AJ E-print AB, 2018
2018
Irrigated agriculture using wells and pumps in Kahe ward, Kilimanjaro
C De Bont
AJ E-print AB, 2018
2018
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