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The AFRHINET project will be completed on 31st May 2017. After 3 years of hard work in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Germany, a set of key publications and several project outputs with innovative know-how and experiences on the use of rainwater for off-season small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa have have been made available online at http://afrhinet.eu/materials.html.

The topics of the AFRHINET publications revolve around the following issues:

1. Fostering the use of rainwater for small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa: A baseline study.
2. Advanced training materials on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation, for scientists and practitioners.
3. Training materials on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation, for local communities.
4. Best practice compilation on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa.
5. Transnational recommendations on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa, including technology transfer and policy recommendations.

The final outputs of the AFRHINET project, to highlight a few, are technical reports, capacity building and policy recommendations in the field of rainwater harvesting irrigation management in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

Happy reading!

AFHRINET

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AFHRINET

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The AFRHINET project will be completed on 31st May 2017. After 3 years of hard work in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Germany, a set of key publications and several project outputs with innovative know-how and experiences on the use of rainwater for off-season small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa have have been made available online at http://afrhinet.eu/materials.html.

The topics of the AFRHINET publications revolve around the following issues:

1. Fostering the use of rainwater for small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa: A baseline study.
2. Advanced training materials on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation, for scientists and practitioners.
3. Training materials on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation, for local communities.
4. Best practice compilation on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa.
5. Transnational recommendations on the use of rainwater harvesting for off-season small-scale irrigation in sub-Saharan Africa, including technology transfer and policy recommendations.

The final outputs of the AFRHINET project, to highlight a few, are technical reports, capacity building and policy recommendations in the field of rainwater harvesting irrigation management in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

Happy reading!

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