1 edition of Participatory irrigation management found in the catalog.
Participatory irrigation management
Collection of contributed papers presented at two conferences with reference to India, the National Conference on PIM held at New Delhi in 1997 and another at Hyderabad in 1999.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by L.K. Joshi, Rakesh Hooja.|
|Contributions||Joshi, L. K., 1947-, Hooja, Rakesh., National Conference on PIM (1997 : New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||TC903 .P23 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (x, 699 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||699|
|LC Control Number||99952440|
Book Title: NA: Year Published: Month Published: NA: Author: Saravanan, V.S. Book Group Author: NA: Abstract: Participatory irrigation management (PIM) reforms are implemented in India to facilitate farmers' participation in irrigation management, through water user groups. Implementing Participatory Water Management: Recent Advances in Theory, Practice, and Evaluation Yorck von Korff 1,2, Katherine A. Daniell 2,3, Sabine Moellenkamp 4, Pieter Bots 5 Cited by:
International Water Management Institute (IWMI). Strengthening participatory irrigation management in Tajikistan. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). 8p. (IWMI Water Policy Brief 41). doi: / How Participatory Is Participatory Irrigation Management? Water Users' Associations in Andhra Pradesh Often lack of political will is identified as the main reason for the tardy progress in irrigation reforms at the state level. Andhra Pradesh, however, has demonstrated the political will by initiating widespread irrigation reforms through.
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These studies address the political antecedents of participatory irrigation management (PIM) policies, the process of implementing the policies, and the second-generation challenges of sustaining PIM. These experiences will prove useful to policymakers and irrigation professionals who are facing similar challenges in their own countries.
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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 of. 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 users at all lev. 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.
Keywords: farmer participation, irrigation water management, benefit cost ratio. 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 strengthening and sustaining the agricultural economy is crucial. It is now believed that no worthwhile management of irrigation is possible without farmers’ participation in it.
In order to promote participatory irrigation management (PIM) in India, the Union Ministry of Water Resources organised a series of national conferences on this theme in and of participatory irrigation management. In China, one of the main reforms is the Self-Financing Irrigation and Drainage Districts (SIDD)2 supporting farmer participation in local irrigation management.
In rural China as an agrarian society, irrigation is very important for .Participatory Irrigation Management: Evolution, Perception and Impact, A Narayanamoorthy, S S Kalamkar, Gyan Publishing House, Though India has the largest irrigation sector in the world, it has been confronting with a number of differe.
The term participatory irrigation management (PIM) refers to the participation of irrigation users, i.e., farmers, in the management of irrigation systems not merely at the tertiary level of management but spanning the entire system.
Participation should not be construed as consultation alone. The concept of PIM refers to management by irrigation users at all levels [ ].
The work is presented from a variety of contexts ranging from government administration to NGO's, from community development to joint forest management, from watershed development to participatory irrigation management, and from behaviour, attitudes and training to influencing and changing policy.
Supply Chain Management and its evaluation system have been adopted by many industrial organizations to control the effectiveness and efficiency of product manufacture but seldom on water. In order to evaluate the irrigation performance, this book designs a completely new method by using the Supply Chain Balanced Scorecard : Doudou LIN.
participatory irrigation management: PHWA: per household watershed area: PRA: She was formerly a Fellow at CISED. She has authored a book Social Designs: Tank Irrigation Technology and Agrarian Transformation in Karnataka.
Esha is an environmental engineer turned social scientist whose main research interest involves anthropology and. The use of micro irrigation technology like sprinkler and drip irrigation was made mandatory. Several initiatives that were taken up during the course were encouragement and enforcement of PIM (Participatory Irrigation Management) and formation of Water Users Association (WUA) for effective water management.
Judicious usage of bio drainage in. Introduction: A global consensus on participatory irrigation management / David Groenfeldt --Benefits and second-generation problems of irrigation management transfer in Mexico / Enrique Palacios V.
--Irrigation management transfer in Turkey: process and outcomes / Mark Svendsen and Gladys Nott --Benefits and second-generation problems of. This book aims at deriving governance and sustainability lessons from analysing the implementation and management of some major irrigation programs in the Mediterranean Region.
Eight countries are targeted, namely: Spain, Italy, Albania, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco. National Water Policy and Participatory Irrigation Management.
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The importance of farmer participation in system design and management has been emphasized in previous studies. 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 in Fars province, by: Participatory Irrigation Management: A Case Study from Turkey.
InState Hydraulic Works (DSI), the main agency responsible for large scale water works initiated a program to transfer management responsibilities to users, with support of government and World Bank.
With the transfer of operation, maintenance and management responsibilities, financial responsibility for routine O&M expenses. Noting inefficient fiscal management of AIBP, the Committee also observed in its report that DPRs of 14 major and medium irrigation projects, with overall sanctioned cost of .