4 edition of Case Studies in Participatory Irrigation Management (Wbi Learning Resources Series) found in the catalog.
July 2000 by World Bank Publications .
Written in English
|Contributions||David Groenfeldt (Editor), Mark Svendsen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
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These studies address the political antecedents of participatory irrigation management (PIM) policies, the process of implementing Case Studies in Participatory Irrigation Management book policies, and the second-generation challenges of sustaining PIM.
These experiences will prove useful to policymakers and irrigation professionals. While the basic principles of PIM (participatory irrigation management), outlined in chapter 1,seem intuitively sound and even obvious, there are surprisingly few cases in which PIM policies are adopted and fully implemented on a national level.
This report comprises studies. Introduction: A global consensus on participatory irrigation management / David Groenfeldt --Benefits and second-generation problems of irrigation management transfer in Case Studies in Participatory Irrigation Management book / Enrique Palacios V.
--Irrigation management. Case studies in participatory irrigation management (English) Abstract Following the publication in of the World Bank's policy paper on "Water Resources Management," the World Bank Cited by: Case studies in participatory irrigation management.
The focus on participation within the field of irrigation management has emerged naturally from a concern about management functions. Performance indicators such as irrigation ratio, irrigation efficiency, collection rate of fees and others are now better than before the transfer programs.
Although the transfer program has encouraged good management, operation, and maintenance of irrigation systems. Case studies in participatory irrigation management (Английский) Аннотация.
Following the Case Studies in Participatory Irrigation Management book in of the World Bank's policy paper on "Water Resources Management," the World Cited by: Case studies in participatory irrigation management (Inglês) Resumo Following the publication in of the World Bank's policy paper on "Water Resources Management," the World Bank Cited by: Participatory Irrigation Management has yielded significant improvements and returns to the farmers.
Thus investment in promoting Participatory Irrigation Management can be regarded as a worthwhile investment opportunity in irrigation projects in Rwanda. Case Studies in Participatory Irrigation Management book farmer participation, irrigation water management. The purpose of this study was to identify the factors affecting farmer participation in irrigation management using survey research.
The study was conducted in Doroodzan Dam Irrigation Network Cited by: Participatory Irrigation Management and the Factors that Influence the Success of Farmer Water User Communities: A Case Study in Cambodia A dissertation presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Applied Science in Environmental Management.
Case studies in participatory irrigation management (英语) 摘要. Following the publication in of the World Bank's policy paper on "Water Resources Management," the World Bank Institute/Learning Cited by: Mark SVENDSEN of Oregon State University, Oregon (OSU) | Read 53 publications | Contact Mark SVENDSEN Case studies in participatory irrigation management.
Book. Transferring irrigation. participatory irrigation management: PHWA: per household watershed area: PRA: based of course on our selected case studies. While the book is a collective product, we ventured into the field in groups of two to four people based primarily on our own interests.
Community-based natural resource management. Uysal, Özlem Karahan & AtIs, Ela, "Assessing the performance of participatory irrigation management over time: A case study from Turkey," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol.
Get this from a library. Case Studies in Participatory Irrigation Management. [David Groenfeldt; Mark Svendsen; World Bank.;] -- Annotation WBI Learning Resources Series. Water is a vital element for. A Case Study on Participatory Scientific Watershed Management in Gujarat State Background In India, more than half of the population still depends on agriculture for their livelihood.
It is a fact that the first Green Revolution has been limited to the areas with irrigation resources. Despite huge investments and major irrigation File Size: 2MB.
Management turning-over and participatory management of irrigation schemes: a case study of the Gediz River Basin in Turkey The introduction of participatory irrigation management, The aim of this study Cited by: Available in the National Library of Australia collection.
Author: APO Seminar on Organizational Change for Participatory Irrigation Management ( Manila.English, Article, Report edition: Cost-benefit analysis of participatory irrigation management: a case study of Dharoi Irrigation Project, Gujarat / Garima Srivastava ; preface by.
This research paper published in the Journal of Agricultural Water Management draws on a case study from a village in the Shiwalik region of the Indian Himalayas and identifies the role of diverse actors in exploiting historic and ecological factors to derail the Participatory Irrigation management (PIM) reforms to frame water management.
Participatory irrigation management and the factors that influence the success of farmer water use communities: a case study in Cambodia: a dissertation presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Applied Science in Environmental Management.
Home Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) DSC, through its PIM program strives for greater equity and efficiency in state owned irrigation projects. An estimated 70% of agricultural production of India comes from irrigated land.
As such, the role of irrigation. In many countries today, irrigation systems have been transferred to the water user associations (WUAs). Accordingly, it is believed that the performance of the irrigation systems is dependent on the performance of the WUAs.
In this study, the performance of participatory irrigation management Cited by: Figure 1: Key Themes in Guide. SEAGA Project cycle management Socio-economic and gender issues. The guide is principally written for practitioners at the operational level in government, Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Civil Society Organisations and the private Size: 1MB.
Irrigation Management Transfer (IMT) and Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) have formed a central tenant of institutional reform in the irrigation sector worldwide since the s. Irrigation management transfer Worldwide efforts and results 9 2 5 1 0 5 9 0 7 4case studies and WUA legislation by FAO and the International Network for Participatory Irrigation Management.
Case study report participatory development-Rajistan India 1. People’s Action for Watershed Development Initiative Rajasthan, India Project Report Participatory Development.
revisiting irrigation management transfer: a case study of a philippine municipality’s experience in transferring irrigation management to farmer assocations by jennifer lauren bedore b.a., mcgill. The paper first takes a brief look at the literature on the foundations and experiences of participatory irrigation management (PIM), and then examines through the case studies and data, the.
Challenges of Implementing Participatory Irrigation Management for Food Security in Semi-arid Areas of Tanzania and without PIM approach. The PIDP covered 12 districts in six regions of.
Impact of Participatory Irrigation Management - Case Study: Cocurirwa Cooperative, Rwamagana Rice Project, Rwanda Article (PDF Available) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Participatory irrigation management (PIM) refers to the participation of irrigation users - the farmers - in the management of the irrigation system.
It does not refer only to the tertiary level of management, nor does it re fer to merely consulting with farmers. The concept of PIM refers to management by irrigation. Book chapter: Case studies in participatory irrigation management.
pp ref Abstract: The Philippines philippines Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details was a pioneer in involving farmers in irrigation. : Farmer Participation in Irrigation Management ; A Case Study of Maharashtra (): Books Participatory irrigation management and the Participatory Irrigation Management and the Factors that Influence the Success of Farmer Water User Communities: A Case Study in Cambodia Bandeth Ros Farmer participation in irrigation.
A CASE STUDY OF MBUCANA WATER DAM PROJECT, KIAMBU COUNTY making, management and supervision of many community based development projects. Since independence participatory. The management of most irrigation systems involves shared responsibility between one or more government agencies and farmers.
Finding the optimal level of farmer management participation is an essential part of achieving optimal system performance. Two cases are discussed where farmers have been encouraged to play a more active management.
Case studies in participatory irrigation management (الانكليزية) الخلاصة. Following the publication in of the World Bank's policy paper on "Water Resources Management," the World Bank.
Study on Impact of Participatory Irrigation Management (PIM) on economic growth Case studies of Water Users Associations (WUAs) in Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh (AP), Madhya Pradesh (MP) and Maharashtra Development Support Centre (DSC) has been working on participatory irrigation management.
Taking Care of What We Have: Participatory Natural Resource Management on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua:, David Groenfeldt, Mark Svendsen, World Bank: Case studies in participatory irrigation management.
In this study, the impact of participatory pdf management on the subjective QOL of residents is researched empirically. The results of empirical research indicate that participatory water management does significantly improve residents' subjective QOL, and the participants obtain more happiness than the non-participants in water : Hulin Pan, Min Guo.Case study The selected case study investigates the relationship of community (farmers) participation in policy formation towards rural development of Sri Lana.
In this case (Merrey et al., ) the alternative approaches to encourage public participation was highlighted aiming rural development by participation in irrigation management.This study is targeted at creating literature that forms the ebook of critical review of the Act, which is the first of its kind (other than the Arunachal Act) rehauling the irrigation management sector.
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