He proves that Africans taken in the slave trade were intimately familiar with water and their maritime skills surpassed those of Europeans, most of whom came from colder climates and rarely learned to command moving water without a ship. In: The Australasian Review of African Studies: (2011), vol. 4, p. 507-531 : tab. https://www.gwp.org/, International Water and Sanitation Centre (IRC) Gestion de l'environnement urbain et municipalisation en Afrique de l'Ouest: le cas de Mopti (Mali) / Élisabeth Dorier-Apprill - [Wageningen : Wageningen University and Research Centre], 2004. - (Journal of Southern African studies, ISSN 0305-7070 ; vol. Mwalua’s passion for wildlife inspired a few American women to set up a GoFundMe page for him. 196, p. 93-108. In: East African Journal of Peace & Human Rights: (2010), vol. Africans are facing increased water scarcity. La carence sanitaire des états / Charles Raymond Dotou In: Africa / Istituto italiano per l'Africa e l'Oriente: (2004), a. - Durban : Agenda Feminist Media, 2011. “When I arrived they could smell the water… They started drinking water while I was standing there. - Legon : Sub-Saharan Publishers, 2007, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Ethiopian Economy. - (Tropical resource management papers, ISSN 0926-9495 ; 65. Besides sections on Africa in general and African river basins, it includes sections devoted to ‘country cases’,  covering the African countries selected by the Dutch government for development cooperation in the coming years, namely Benin, Burundi, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Sudan and Uganda. International World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. 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Water is essential for life and good health. In: Afrika Spectrum: (2007), Jg. : Delft University of Technology [etc. For further information, please email us at asclibrary@ascleiden.nl or phone us on +31 (0)71 527 3354. '”, Mwalua spends a few hours driving every day to fill the dry watering holes with life-saving water. The spatial distribution of rainfall also varies with the Indian Ocean island countries (1,700 mm/year) and Central African countries (1,430 mm/year) on the higher and North African countries (71.4 mm) at the lower end. - Utrecht : Jisk Film, 2011. Water transfer versus desalination in North Africa : sustainability and cost comparison / Saad A. Alghariani - The Hague : Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Policy and Operations Evaluation Department (IOB), 2011. La conférence de Copenhague, l'Afrique et le tiers-monde / Guy Feuer Its  main goal is to promote integrated rainwater harvesting and management systems and complementary technologies for water supply, food security, poverty reduction, and sustainable livelihoods. - Leiden : African Studies Centre, 2005. https://www.worldwaterday.org/, World Water Forum Dossier eau / Frédéric Lejeal & Samuel Vallée Commercial export agriculture is resulting in the drying up of water sources. 3146, p. 7-13 : ill. Getting Africa on track to meet the MDGs on water and sanitation : a status review of sixteen African countries / African Ministers' Council on Water, AMCOW. https://www.africanwaterfacility.org/en/, African Water Issues Research Unit (AWIRU) Nile basin cooperation : a review of the literature/ Dahilon Yassin Mohamoda. Natural resource based conflicts and pastoral livelihoods : a focus on the impact of water resource based conflicts on pastoralism in Dadajabulla Location of Wajir District, Kenya/ Eileen K. Omosa. - Addis Ababa : Forum for Social Studies (FSS), 2011. Disasters, climate change and economic development in sub-Saharan Africa : lessons and directions / Ajay Chhibber & Rachid Laajaj 88), Africa water atlas / United Nations Environment Programme. Of the total amount of water used, 85% is for agriculture, 9% is for community water supplies and 6% is for industry. Pipes and politics: a century of change and continuity in Kenyan urban water supply / David Nilsson & Ezekiel Nyangeri Nyanchaga About 0% of these are Water Treatment. Conservation, ecology, and management of African fresh waters/ Thomas L. Crisman & others. - Paris [etc.] This means that approximately 230 million Africans (16% of the projected population) will be living in water-scarce areas (<1,000 cubic metres of water/capita/year) with another 460 million (32%) in water-stressed areas (1,000-1,700 cubic metres/capita/year). Whenever he shows up with a truck of 3,000 gallons of fresh water, the elephants, buffalo, antelope and zebras come to greet him. Climate change: double-edged sword for African trade and development / Godwell Nhamo 34, no. We aren't really receiving rain the way we used to, he says. - New Haven, CT [etc.] Global change processes and impacts in Africa : a synthesis / Luanne Otter, Daniel O. Olago, & Isabelle Niang (ed.). 1 Comments. ], 2009. - Wageningen : Wageningen University and Research Centre, 2008. Therefore they launched the TUIfly Marathon donation campaign as well as the Drinking cups for drinking water” action. 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Its 16th Water and Sanitation Congress was held in Marrakech, Morocco, from 20-23 February 2012. This lazy panda forgot to write something about itself. ], 2009. https://cwsa.gov.gh/, Greater Horn of Africa Rainwater Partnership (GHARP) Natural resources in sub-Saharan Africa : assets and vulnerabilities/ Johan Holmberg. It is estimated that over 40% of Africans use groundwater as their main source of drinking water, particularly in North and Southern African countries. Since June 2018, the Tsavo West National Park in Kenya has been suffering from a severe drought. - [Abingdon : Carfax], 2002. - Utrecht : Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap (KNAG), 2011. The World Bank recently concluded that, with the exception of Sub Saharan Africa (SSA), all the other regions were on track for meeting this water target. Water atlas of the Volta Basin = Atlas de l'eau du bassin de la Volta/ Jacques Lemoalle & Devaraj De Condappa. 73, p. 4-17 : foto's, krt. - Pretoria : Institute Security Studies, 2010. 109, p. 425-448. Please provide your email address and we will send your password shortly. The free water clause, ... and those men operating on the steam ferries and river steamers that also operated out of the port. State Corporation established under the Water Act, 2002 with the mandate “to assist in financing the provision of water services to areas of Kenya which are without adequate water services”. - Gauteng : North-West University, 2005. - [S.l. Peace beyond borders : a documentary about conflict in the border region of Sudan, Uganda and Kenya and the quest for peaceful alternatives / Nanno Jiskoot. Common property resource management, institutional change and conflicts in African floodplain wetlands [Mali] / Tobias Haller “We aren’t really receiving rain the way we used to,” he says. 21, p. [151]-158. - (Les cahiers de l'IFRA, ISSN 1609-1906 ; 22). - London : Oxfam Publications, 2005, Climate change and Africa / Pak Sum Low (ed.). - (CDR working papers, Green series, ISSN 0904-4701 ; no. - Amsterdam : KIT Publishers, 2008. To complete the subscription process, please click the link in the email we just sent you. - (African political, economic and security issues series), Climate change & trade : the challenges for Southern Africa / Peter Draper & Ivan Mbirimi (ed.). - (ASC working paper ; 83), Exploring farmers' perceptions of drought in Tanzania and Ethiopia/ Monique F. W. Slegers. 41, no. 2934, p. 203-225 : foto, krt. https://www.odi.org/projects/466-research-inspired-policy-and-practice-learning-ethiopia-and-nile-region, Uganda  Water and Sanitation NGO Network  (UWASNET) - New Haven [etc.] - Paris : Karthala, 2009. Biopolitics, climate change and water security : impact, vulnerability and adaptation issues for women / Nidhi Tandon 16, p. 299-328. In: Journal of Local Government Studies: (2009), vol. Economic impact of climate change on crop production in Ethiopia : evidence from cross-section measures / Temesgen Tadesse Deressa & Rashid M. Hassan Piped water is still the most important source of drinking water (39%) in urban areas, yet boreholes are becoming more important (24%). The riparian States of the Nile River, their national interests and regional stability / Korwa G. Adar (ed.). In: Maghreb Machrek: (2008), no. State centrism, legal pluralism and management of water conflicts in Kenya / O. Mwangi In: Afrique contemporaine: (2003), no. Inadequate access to water is one of the main reasons for poverty and it affects people’s basic needs, health, food security and livelihoods. ], 2008. / World Bank; Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic. State-owned enterprises : NWSC's turnaround in Uganda / Silver Mugisha & Sanford V. Berg The 2002 Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development adopted the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of halving the percentage of people who do not have access to safe drinking water by 2015. Accordingly, enslaved people of African descent were used as divers, swimmers, fishermen, and sailors in various parts of the Americas. - Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2005, The impact of climate change on drylands : with a focus on West Africa / A. J. Dietz, R. Ruben, & A. Verhagen (ed.). The third conference was held in Kigali, Rwanda, in July 2011. Initiative led by the African Ministers' Council on Water (AMCOW) to mobilize resources to finance water resources development activities in Africa. 253-254-255), African water histories : transdisciplinary discourses / Johann Tempelhoff (ed.). ], 2007, Africa - up in smoke? Displaced people, displaced energy, and displaced memories : the case of Cahora Bassa, 1970-2004 / Allen Isaacman - (WSP Field Note), Ressources naturelles et environnement en Afrique / Adeniyi S. Gbadegesin, Michel Boko, & Bano Nadhèl Diallo (ed.). Fight boredom with iPhones and iPads here. Das muss anders werden! - Amsterdam : KIT Publishers, 2003. - Washington, DC : World Bank, 2009. - Nairobi : Institut français de recherche en Afrique, 2002. - [Abingdon] : Routledge, 2008. Your account is not active. Top headlines on water; Infocus water & sanitation. The programme is pursued by advocating for, and facilitating the development of improved decentralised local water governance processes in selected countries for sustained pro-poor, demand-responsive Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) service delivery and Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM). 127), Shared aquatic ecosystems of East Africa : status and trends/ Judi W. Wakhungu & George M. Sikoyo. - Washington, DC : World Bank, 2011, La sécheresse au Sahel : vers une gestion concertée/ Nathalie Dubus & Jean Dubus. - (Directions in development), Hydropolitics in the developing world : a Southern African perspective / Anthony Turton & Roland Henwood (ed.). Wasser bringt Leben. - (Territoires, analyse, modélisation et simulation), The politics of water / Lliane Loots (ed.). Determinants of the adoption of water harvesting technologies in the marginal areas of Nakuru District, Kenya : the case of trench and water pan technologies / Job Kibiwot Lagat, Gicuru K. Ithinji & Steven K. Buigut In: African Human Rights Law Journal: (2004), vol. The kind fellow, who is a pea farmer in his local village, came up with the idea after seeing the dire effects that global warming is having on Kenya's land. In: L'Afrique orientale: (2005), p. 239-269 : krt. - (IWMI working paper ; 123), Caring for the land : best practices in soil and water conservation in Beressa watershed, highlands of Ethiopia/ Aklilu Amsalu Taye. 0. - (Tropical resource management papers ; 93), L'approche sectorielle peut-elle renforcer les instances locales? - Maputo : Salomon Lda, 2008, Water and sanitation sector performance report 2008 / Ministry of Water and Environment, Kampala. 20, no. 36, p. 147-161. In: Journal of Eastern African Studies: (2007), vol. - (World Bank working paper, ISSN 1726-5878 ; no. - Paris [etc.] In: Review of African Political Economy: (2006), vol. The kind fellow, who is a pea farmer in his local village, came up with the idea after seeing the dire effects that global warming is having on Kenya’s land. - Louvain-la-Neuve : Academia Bruyland, 2010. The Community Water and Sanitation Agency (CWSA) is committed to effective facilitation of the provision of sustainable potable water and related sanitation services as well as hygiene promotion to rural communities and small towns through resource mobilization, capacity building and standards setting with the active participation of major stakeholders. Climate change and civil war / Carmel Davis - (MSc Thesis WSE-HI ; 08.16), "We're managing!" Special issue on environment and conflict/ Urmilla Bob & others. - (European University studies. : kleur, gel. 20, nr. They've come to know the water man by the rumble of his engine. - Washington, D.C. World Bank, 2010. / Christian Bouquet In: Autrepart: (2002), no. - (Dounia ; 1), The role of international NGOs? In: Conflicts over land & water in Africa / ed.by Bill Derman, Rie Odgaard & Espen Sjaastad.- Oxford [etc.] In: Géopolitique africaine / OR. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. - Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, Sharing lessons and experiences for better implementation of wetlands management plans : proceedings of the International Wetlands Conference held at Maun Lodge, Maun, Botswana, 31st January to 1st February 2008 / Lin Cassidy (ed.). The politics of urban water reform in Ghana / Lindsay Whitfield 3, p. 18-38. Loading... Unsubscribe from refaei? L'approvisionnement en eau des zones urbaines du Ghana: la réglementation d'un partenariat public-privé / Alan Booker A wide variety of african water options are available to you, such as power source, warranty, and certification. http://www.fao.org/aquastat/en/, Global Water Initiative Urban water politics and water security in disadvantaged urban communities in Ghana/ Kweku G. Ainuson The Global Water Initiative is a coalition of seven international organizations with a plan to change the landscape of water, sanitation and hygiene services in 13 countries in Central America, West Africa and East Africa. Getting to boiling point : turning up the heat on water & sanitation Meet Patrick Kilonzo Mwalua, aka the water man, who delivers water to the wild animals in dry lands of Kenya's Tsavo West National Park. This includes an intire ground water management … - Nairobi : Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Regional Office for East and Horn of Africa, 2010, Assessment of climate change-induced hazards, impacts, and responses in the southern lowlands of Ethiopia/ Amsalu Aklilu & Adem Alebachew. In: Marchés tropicaux et méditerranéens: (2002), année 57, no. 4, p. 515-527 : graf. - Nairobi : UNEP, 2010, Histoires d'eaux africaines : essais d'anthropologie impliquée/ Michael Singleton. New users enjoy 60% OFF. - [S.l. 2, p. 305-334 : fig. 206, p. 179-203 : krt. Water's crucial role in accomplishing the continent's development goals is widely recognized. 18, no. 4), Changes in the production practices of the Ari people, southwestern Ethiopia/ Tatek Kebede. 17, no. - Abidjan : African Development Fund, 2003, Rural radio in agricultural extension : the example of vernacular radio programmes on soil and water conservation in N. Ghana/ Robert Chapman & others. Defining and mainstreaming environmental sustainability in water resources management in Southern Africa / Rafik Hirji (ed.). This blog contains news on water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services in Africa, collected by Cor Dietvorst,  editor of Source Weekly published by the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, a   knowledge-focused NGO based in The Netherlands. Spenden. AFRICAN WATER covers all expertise of remote sensing and GIS application win water resource evaluation, targeting potential groundwater sites. 1, no. 1, p. 25-35. , graf. La question de l'eau en Afrique / Pierre Berthelot http://www.amcow-online.org/index.php?lang=en, African Water Association = Association africaine de l’eau ], 2003. 1, p. 74-93. 103, p. 179-185. Formed in 2002 in Abuja, Nigeria, primarily to promote cooperation, security, social and economic development and poverty eradication among member states through the management of water resources and provision of water supply services, AMCOW has become a Specialised Committee for water and sanitation in the African Union. - Nairobi : United Nations Environment Programme, 2005. - [S.l. ], 2007, Population, health and development in Ghana : attaining the millenium development goals / Chuks J. Mba & Stephen O. Kwankye (ed.). Hydro-politics in the Nile basin : in search of theory beyond realism and neo-liberalism / Okbazghi Yohannes ], 2009. - [London : International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)], 2006. Let's keep in touch and we'll send more your way. Man kann Wasser aber auch in der Luxusvariante kaufen: Für Edel-Wässer wie „Fiji“ oder „Voss“ legen Kunden mehr als das Zehnfache auf den Tisch. Des pompes et des hommes: état des lieux des pompes à motricité humaine d'une commune du Gourma malien / Fabrice Gangneron, Sylvia Becerra & Amadou Hamath Dia - (Tropical resource management papers, ISSN 0926-9495 ; no. In: Agenda / Feminist Media: (2007), no. 39), Climate change and rural livelihoods in northern Ethiopia : impacts, local adaptation strategies and implications for institutional interventions/ Adem Alebachew / Meheret Ayenew (ed.). (African Proverb) The toad that wanted to avoid the rain fell in the water. - Uppsala : Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2008. In: African Yearbook of International Law: (2008), vol. 1, p. 64-72 : tab. 17, no. In: The impact of climate change on drylands : with a focus on West Africa / ed.by A.J.Dietz, R.Ruben and A.Verhagen.- Dordrecht [etc.] , foto's, krt. More Afrikaans words for water. - Utrecht [etc.] And his lifesaving cargo. - Nairobi : UN-Habitat, 2010. - Rotterdam : Erasmus Univeristeit, 2006, Climate variability and water resources degradation in Kenya : improving water resources development and management/ Hezron Mogaka & others. - Umhlanga Rocks : ACCORD, 2010. 1, p. 32-58. - Paris : Gret [etc. ], 2004. : African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) [etc. Bored Panda works better on our iPhone app! - Paris : Hermès science publications, 2011. - (Anthropologie prospective, ISSN 2030-5702 ; no 6), Provision of water to the poor in Africa : experience with water standposts and the informal water sector/ Sarah Keener, Manuel Luengo & Sudeshna Banerjee. 76), Central-local relations in the provision of basic services : provision of water and sanitation services in Ghana/ George Quaye Mensah Laryea-Adjei. Calming the waters: the East African Community and conflict over the Nile resources / Peter Kagwanja Hydrological response of a catchment to climate change, case study on Upper Beles Sub-Basin, Upper Blue Nile, Ethiopia/ Girma Yimer Ebrahim. - (Agenda, ISSN 1013-0950 ; no. : Kluwer Academic Publishers: (cop.2004), p.173-206 : graf., krt. The estimated amount of investment required to meet Africa’s deficient water situation is US$ 50 billion per annum for the period from 2010 to 2030 and US$ 30 billion annually for the following thirty years. In: Journal of African Economies: (2009), vol. In: Marchés tropicaux et méditerranéens: (2008), année 62, no. 7), De politiek-maatschappelijke context van een terugkerend probleem [Ethiopia]/ Jan Abbink. - Leiden : African Studies Centre, 2004. - (Issue paper / International Institute for Environment and Development, ISSN 1357-9312 ; no. The climate security divide: bridging human and national security in Africa / Denise Garcia - Marseille : Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF), 2009, Water, culture and identity : comparing past and present traditions in the Nile Basin region / Terje Oestigaard (ed.). At the same time, water is expected to trigger new wars – some claim it already has – but it could also be a reason for countries and groups cooperating to prevent conflicts. - Addis Ababa : Addis Ababa University, 2009, Climate change in the Southern Lowlands of Ethiopia : local level evidences, impacts and adaptation responses/ Amsalu Aklilu & Adem Alebachew. Drought planning and rainwater harvesting for arid-zone pastoralists: the Turkana and Maasai (Kenya) and the Negev Bedouin (Israel)/ Hendrik J. Bruins & Mirjam A. F. Ros-Tonen. Africa has 17 rivers with catchment areas greater than 100 000 km2 and it has more than 160 lakes larger than 27 km2, most of which are in the equatorial region and the sub-humid East African Highlands within the Rift Valley. Africa is a continent with incredible economic promise, but water challenges can hinder growth. Since many of Africa’s water basins are international, cooperation between countries sharing the same basin is of utmost importance. The man will continue caring for animals as much as he can. We respect your privacy. Beitrag hören Podcast abonnieren Sempuat Ole Shonko vor seiner Wassergewinnnungsanlage in Kenia. In: Marchés tropicaux et méditerranéens: (2008), année 62, no. Regional network of National Rainwater Associations (NRWA) from the Greater Horn of Africa  countries,  established in March 2001. In: Bulletin des séances / Académie royale des sciences d'outre-mer: (2002), année 48, no. In addition, temporal and regional variability is exacerbated by unpredictability. 3096). UNICEF: 27 MILLIONEN MENSCHEN IN DEN HUNGERGEBIETEN IN AFRIKA UND IM JEMEN HABEN KEIN SAUBERES WASSER ... Zusammen mit Partnern werden 4,5 Millionen Menschen mit Wasser- und sanitären Einrichtungen versorgt. : Brill, 2006. , krt. ... Water Man on Mad Mad World(must watch!!!) Overall, Africa has about 9% of the world's fresh water resources and 16% of the world's population. - (Etudes et recherches, ISSN 0850-8526 ; no. Today; 7 Days; 30 Days; 25 Bad Jokes … water noun: water: natlei verb: water: Find more words! 16, no. - Washington, DC : The World Bank, 2006. In preparation of the 6th World Water Forum (Marseille, 12-17 March 2012), the Africa regional process mobilized key regional stakeholders in Cape Town, South Africa (21 March 2011) to select the main water related issues in the region, and to identify existing or innovative solutions. 15/16, p. [267]-280. / Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA); Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. Water and sanitation is also one of the focal points of  Dutch development cooperation policy in Africa in line with the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) target of halving the number of people without access to safe drinking water. Published by Transworld Publishers Ltd., Nairobi. Meet the African ‘Water Man’ Who Delivers Truckloads of Water to Thirsty Animals Daily. L'eau, enjeu vital pour l'Afrique / Pierre Alain Roche - (AgREN network paper ; no. In: The International Journal of African Historical Studies: (2005), vol. In: African Studies Quarterly: (2009/10), vol.11, no.4, p.59-82 : tab. Download all free or royalty-free photos and vectors. s.n. Von Linda Staude. 11), Hydropolitical vulnerability and resilience along international waters : Africa / United Nations Environment Programme. Water reforms and interventions in urban Kenya : institutional set-up, emerging impact and challenges/ Samuel O. 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So true, it's great to see someone who cares about his environment and protecting wild life, Do you have a pay~pal ? 1, p. 159-169 : fig. 22 views. - [Gaborone] : Dept. 69), People and dams: environmental and socio-economic changes induced by a reservoir in Fincha'a watershed, western Ethiopia/ Tefera Olana Bezuayehu. 136). 2011), p. 6-9), Climate change vulnerability and adaptation preparedness in [name of country] [Kenya, Uganda]/ Stephen Mutimba & Nick Hepworth / Heinrich Böll Foundation, Nairobi, Kenya. Lourds enjeux hydrauliques dans le monde nilotique, ou les risques d'une fragmentation régionale en gestation / Barah Mikail Africa pages of the WSP, an international  partnership created in 1978 and administered by the World Bank to to help the poor gain sustained access to improved water supply and sanitation services. This figure significantly exceeds the US$ 20 billion originally estimated in 2000 in the Africa Water Vision 2025. Dossier eau / Anne Vigna & others In: Africa Quarterly: (2009), vol. ], 2003. If there is sufficient water for communities, diseases shall be contained and populations will become more productive. Sediment pollution at the north end of Lake Tanganyika [Burundi] / Alain Vandelannoote & others http://www.amcow-online.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=87&lang=en, Community Water and Sanitation Agency Ghana FAO's Information System on Water and Agriculture; has a review of water resources statistics by country. : University of Amsterdam [etc. Water from another man's calabash tests differently. : James Currey [etc. : L'Harmattan, 2004. : United Nations University Press, 2003. 9, no. One Man African Band Amazing Moment When a Man Trapped in a Sunken Ship for 3 Days is Finally Rescued by Divers African Kids Meet A White Guy The Moment A Hunter Fell From A Helicopter On An African Safari Top 5 . 2, p. 218-241. 2, p. 248-267. Like what you're reading? 3, p. 321-337. „Wir arbeiten rund um die Uhr, um so viele Leben zu retten, wie wir nur können“, sagt Fontaine. - Stockholm : EU Water Initiative, Finance Working Group, 2010, Africa regional paper: bridging divides in Africa's water security, an agenda to implement existing political commitments/ Kwabena Sarpong Manu. - (ASC working paper ; 66), Tools for catchment level soil and water conservation planning in the East African Highlands : tool for participatory soil and water conservation mapping : tool for financial analysis of soil and water conservation measures / Rik van den Bosch & Geert Sterk (ed.).