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 1993–1994.
Articles featured in these issues include:
- The Governance and Management of Irrigation Systems: An Institutional Perspective by Shui Yan Tang and Elinor Ostrorn
- Increasing Women's Benefits fur lirigaiiun Development: SmullhoUer Inigation in the Kano Plains, Kenya by Joitske Hulsebosch and Barbara van Koppen
- Urban Irrigation and Cooperative Organisations in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia by Axumite G. Egziabher
- Farmer Organisations for Lift Irrigation: Irrigation Companies and Tubewell Cooperatives of Gujarat by Tushaar Shah and Saumindra Bhattacharya
- Poverty in Irrigated Settlements: A discussion paper and replies from Newark members
- Multifunction Irrigation Organisations: Advantage or Handicap by Parmesh Shah and Meera Kaul Shah
- Grameen Krishi Foundation: A Multifunction organisation by Edward Mallorie
- Design for Water User Associations: Organisational Characteristics by Michael M Cernea and Ruth Meinzen-Dick
- News from the Field
- Prospects for Multifunction Organisations to Improve Irrigated Agriculture: A call for information from Network members.