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Part 1: Water as a human right The market economy and the human right to water in Africa / Manuel C. Branco and Pedro D. Henriques Implementation of the human right to water: multi-level challenges / Paula D. Lopes Part 2: Water governance and institutional issues Theoretical reflections on the analysis of water governance in coupled social-ecological systems / Mathias Polak and Stefan Liehr Between a rock and a hard place: decentralization and struggles for water in Mali / Signe Marie Cold-Ravnkilde Social learning and water-resource management in southern Africa: can interactive learning trigger changes in water management? / Helen Brown How does the river flow? the Mphanda Nkuwa project and China's impact on Mozambique and southern Africa's water and development / Daniel Alvarenga Part 3: Water supply and sanitation The water question under extreme poverty: the example of Bolama, Guinea-Bissau (West Africa) / Adriano Bordalo and Joana Savva-Bordalo The politics of water management in rural communities of Nigeria: deep or shallow commitment? / Godwin Uyi Ojo Part 4: Hydropolitical risks and transboundary water politics From hydro-pessimism to hydro-optimism in southern Africa: hydropolitical risk as a tool for improving water resource management / Agathe Maupin Integrated water resources management in the Senegal River basin / Ibrahima Anne Part 5: Water and food nexus Rainwater management in Africa: a green revolution to increase agricultural production / Nico. H. Van Leeuwen.