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Bibliography on socio-economic aspects of irrigation in Asia.
by Published by Singapore University Press for International Rice Research Institute and Agricultural Development Council in [Singapore]
Written in English
|Contributions||International Rice Research Institute., Agricultural Development Council.|
|LC Classifications||Z7164.W2 B5, HD1741.A78 B5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||77941666|
In this way the book offers an important corrective to the view of Bangladesh as a failed state. Reviews ‘This is a well-researched book that will be of use to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as to researchers whose work involves South Asia in general or Bangladesh in particular. Irrigation has been a cornerstone of agriculture for thousands of years and has helped food production expand apace with population growth ().Today, the 18% of global cropland that receives irrigation water accounts for about 40% of global food production ().In Asia, where 37% of the cropland is currently irrigated (Fig. 1) (), governments and international agencies responded to major famines.
It is a quest for a middle path in the multidisciplinary landscape of international law, development and North-South power dynamics; globalization of free trade and investment and of social and environmental interests; and salient aspects of the philosophical, socio-economic and legal fabric of South Asia, viewed against the evolving. THE SOCIO ECONOMIC IMPACT OF SMALLHOLDER COMMUNAL IRRIGATION PROJECTS: A CASE STUDY OF TSHONGOKWE SMALLHOLDER IRRIGATION SCHEME IN LUPANE DISTRICT IN MATABELELAND NORTH PROVINCE, ZIMBABWE. Canisius Mpala Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Lupane State University, Parkade Centre, Fife Street and 9th .
In addition, different irrigation methods such as drip, sprinkler, and different techniques of gravity irrigation, and the employment of closed-conduit irrigation technology may also reduce the quantities of water consumed at the farm level for the same crop production. STATE OF KNOWLEDGE OF IRRIGATION TECHNIQUES AND PRACTICALITIES WITHIN GIVEN SOCIO-ECONOMIC SETTINGS†Ф KUNLUN DING1,2* 1China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research (IWHR), Beijing, China 2Chinese National Committee on Irrigation and Drainage (CNCID), Beijing, China ABSTRACT This paper is based on the General Report of Question 61 of the .
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Bibliography on socio-economic aspects of irrigation in Asia. [Singapore]: Published by Singapore University Press for International Rice Research Institute and Agricultural Development Council, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Rice Research Institute.; Agricultural Development Council.
OCLC. Bibliography on socio-economic aspects of irrigation in Asia By Manila (Philippines) International Rice Research Inst. and N.Y. (USA) New York Agricultural Development Council Inc. SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY CASES FROM NEPAL AND INDIA B.
Upadhyay and K. Bhattarai International Water Management Institute (IWMI) India Program Office, VV NagarGujarat, India ABSTRACT This paper examines social and economic issues pertaining to the micro-irrigation.
To be published in as the final report of the World Bank's Sub-Saharan Water Harvesting Study. Contains case studies of both traditional techniques and project involvement in WH. The conclusions cover engineering design, production aspects and socio-economic issues.
DUTT, G.R., HUTCHINSON, C.F. and GARDUNO, M.A. (eds) (). - Socio-economic a S pect S of irrigation in the S a SS B a S in SAHARA AND SAHEL OBSERVATORY Socio-economic aSpectS SASS III of irrigation in the SaSS BaSin The North-Western Sahara Aquifer System (SASS) is a basin of over 1, km2 shared by three countries (Algeria, Tunisia, Libya) whose water reserves are.
Commercial aspects. Incomes derived from the irrigation schemes. Financial and economic analysis of the irrigation schemes. Problems facing the irrigation schemes. Socio-economic impact of the irrigation schemes. Reasons for successes or failures of the irrigation schemes.
The broader context. Conclusions and recommendations References Annexes. Effectiveness and Social/Environmental Impacts of Irrigation Projects: Examples of the disregard of socio-economic aspects of water-management projects were given in a review of six case studies by Oosterbaan (S.E.
Asia) C O N C L U S I O N S * All projects started by government initiative (urban-based, top-down). The study investigated the influence of socio-economic characteristicsof irrigation farmer’s access to and utilization of agricultural information in North Western Nigeria.
A questionnaire survey of households in three (3) states in North Western Nigeria was used. The objectives of the study is: To identify the extent to which some socio-economic variables of irrigation farmers affects. Socio economic and environmental impact assessment of community based small-scale irrigation in the Upper Awash Basin.
A case study of four community based irrigation schemes A thesis presented to the School of Graduate Studies Addis Ababa University in the partial fulfillment of. SinceSouth Asia has emerged as the largest user of groundwater in irrigation in the world.
Yet, little is known about this burgeoning economy, now the mainstay of the region's agriculture, food security and livelihoods. Results from the first socio-economic survey of its kind, involving 2, well-owners from villages from India, Pakistan, Nepal Terai and Bangladesh, show that.
Irrigation and Agricultural Development compiles selected papers presented at the International Expert Consultation held in Baghdad, Iraq from February 24 to March 1, This book addresses the technical, economic, and institutional problems connected with the development and utilization of irrigation water for agricultural production.
IRRIGATION & ITS IMPORTANCE: irrigation is located in Asia which was 68% in 9% of the area equipped for irrigation in Europe, which was 7% in will reduce in turn socio-economic imbalances. DIFFERENT TYPES OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM.
Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects of Wastewater Irrigation: State of the Art, Problem Areas and Policy Alternatives Abstract Wastewater is both a resource and a problem. To the extent the water itself and the nutrient contents of wastewater can be captured and reutilized for agricultural.
Request PDF | On Nov 1,Imam Wahyudi and others published Bibliography | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. particular lias been mainly on the large-scale irrigation projects.
This study makes a departure from this trend and examines the impact of a small-scale irrigation project on the lives of the local community. Water is a major resource in irrigation. Its management presents a challenge to the people in Yatta. (), there is a relationship between socio-economic variables of farmers and adoption of agricultural as a socio-economic variable assists a researcher to analyze the role, responsibilities, constraints and opportunities for both males and females (Umar, ).
s and s in Asia is considered to be the backbone for the success of the Asian Green Revolution in the s and thereafter. Despite the significant contribution of irrigated agriculture to increasing food production and to overall socio-economic development, irrigation has come under increasing criticism over the past decade—for.
The conference is organized into five sessions, each addressing one of the main aspects of irrigation. In Session 1, “Features of Irrigation,” participants describe the physical attributes of irrigation systems, which are highly diverse and vary depending on their size, the environment in which they occur, the water source they control, the.
and troops. It was by far the most modern and efficient army in Asia. After the Mutiny inthe size of the British contingent was raised to a third of the total strength and all officers were British until the s when a very small number of Indians was recruited.
Normally. 1. Introduction. Global food security threatened by climate change is one of the most important challenges in the 21st century to supply sufficient food for the increasing population while sustaining the already stressed e change has already caused significant impacts on water resources, food security, hydropower, human health especially for African countries, as well as.
Paper presented at Seminar on Project on Agrarian Change in Rice-Growing Areas of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka, St John's College, Cambridge, December, INTERNATIONAL RICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE AND AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL, Bibliography on Socio-economic Aspects of Asian Irrigation, IRRI, Laguna, Philippines, socio-economic and adminstrative factors influencing adoption of irrigation technology in tharaka nithi county michael musyoki muthui c50// a project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of degree of master of arts in sociology (rural sociology and community development) of the university of nairobi.Divekar, V.
D. Annotated bibliography on the economic history of India ( A.D. to A.D.). The annotations are skimpy, but this bibliography is valuable for gathering citations on a great many subjects, including economic aspects of agrarian history. Its inclusion of pre- .