Updated Jul 13, 2019
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When irrigation members share one set of equipment, some members exclude others from using equipment at their allocated time, and members damage equipment from improper use.
The irrigation group appoints one or two members to be the only ones who handle equipment, and keep a schedule of who will irrigate at each time. This operator is paid a small fee by the members each time they set up the equipment at a plot. They also monitor any damages to the equipment when they collect it back from each members plot to ensure accountability of any damage caused by users.
Kate Scow- Professor of Soil Science and Microbial Ecology in the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, University of California, Davis Helen Acuku- Program Manager, Teso Womens Development Initiative. Betty Ikalany - Executive Director, Teso Womens Development Initiative. Abraham Salomon - Project manager of 'Innovations in Dry Season Horticulture' in Uganda.
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