Now showing items 1-3 of 3

  • Empowered women in water management 

    Zonde, Memory (University of the Western Cape, 2007)
    Following South Africa's independence from apartheid rule, there has been progressive developments in policies that promote equity in all spheres including the water sector. Equality in the water sector is not only limited ...
  • Institutional overlaps in water management in the Eerste River catchment 

    Nleya, Ndodana (University of the Western Cape, 2005)
    In this minithesis I have investigated overlapping mandates as a source of management failure in water management in South Africa in general and Eerste River Catchment in particular. I analysed major legislation which deals ...
  • Realising the human right to water in Malawi through community participation 

    Mbano-Mweso, Ngcimezile Nia (University of the Western Cape, 2015)
    Lack of universal access to water is one of the fundamental failures of development in the 21st century. Women not only disproportionately bear the burden of lack of safe water but also have the least opportunity to take ...