The Irrigation Management Network represents a world-wide network of researchers and administrators interested in the issues of irrigation management and irrigation schemes. This series of papers covers 1990.
Articles featured in these issues include:
- Variability in Water Supply, Incomes and Fees: Illustrations of Vicious Circles from Sudan and Zimbabwe by Mary Tiffen
- The Operation and Maintenance of a Pilot Rehabilitated Zone in the Office du Niger, Mali by J Jaujay
- The Design of Farmer Managed Irrigation Systems: Experiences from Zimbabwe by J M Makadho
- Irrigation Service Fees in Asia by Leslie E Small
- Design for Sustainable Farmer Managed Irrigation Schemes in Sub-Saharan Africa by J J Speelman
- Farmer Participation in Planning, Implementation and Operation of Small-Scale Irrigation Projects by fan Smout
- Reading, Writing and Cultivating: The Role of Literacy in Irrigation by Juliet Millican
- Estimating the Economic Profitability of Irrigation: The Case of Brazil by The FAO Investment Centre
- Tank Irrigation in South India: What Next? by K Palanisami
- Interactions Between Technical Infrastructure and Management by L Horst
- Irrigation Allocation Problems at Tertiary Level in Pakistan by M Akhtar Bhatti and Jacob W Kijne
- Sustainable Development of Groundwater Resources: Lessons from Amrapur and Husseinabad Villages, India by Tushaar Shah
- The Politics of Water Scarcity: Irrigation and Water Supply in the Mountains of the Yemen Republic by Linden Vincent
- Perspectives on the Middle East Water Crisis: Analysing Water Scarcity Problems in Jordan and Israel by Richard Sexton.