|Author:||K. William Easter,K William Easter|
|Title:||Irrigation Investment, Technology, and Management Strategies for Development (Studies in Water Policy and Management, No 9)|
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|Publisher:||Westview Press; 1 edition (September 7, 1986)|
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Easter, K. William, ed. 1986. Studies in Water Policy and Management, N., Westview, Boulder, C. Chapter 1. oogle Scholar. Gerards, . B. Tambunan, and B. Harun. Experience with Introduction of Irrigation Service Fees in Indonesia. Paper prepared for the 8th Afro-Asian Region Conference, ICID, Bangkok, November 1991. Hearne, R. and J. Trava. Water Policy Innovations in California: Water Resource Management in a Closing Water System. Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Management. Discussion Paper No. 2. Arlington V. Rosen, M. and R. Sexton. Irrigation Districts and Water Markets: An Application of Cooperative Decision-Making Theory. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
Irrigation Investment, Technology, and Management Strategies for Development. Studies in Water Policy and Management, No. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Water Policy and Water Markets. Proceedings from the World Bank’s Ninth Annual Irrigation and Drainage Seminar, selected papers, Annapolis, MD, December 8-10, 1992, Washington, DC. Google Scholar.
Investment in irrigation management can be an integral component of a productive rural employment policy and resource management can be improved to match developments in engineering and science. Those concerned with irrigation development and the welfare of farmers and their families are beginning to take a broader view of their responsibilities, paying as much attention to management and development as to engineering.
Irrigation Management Transfer in Lao PDR: Prospects and Issues. International Journal of Development Issues, Vol. 4, No. 2, December 2005, pp. 21–38. DOI: 1. 108/eb045852. The issue of sustainable water resources development and management is vital for many developing countries where water is an important factor for the country’s economic and social development. This is the case also in Lao PDR. The country has rich and varied natural resources such as minerals, hydro-electric power, and timber. The Government’s strategies for the water sector are still highly focused on investment targets that are determined at central level. The country’s will is to transform of water into electricity and placing hydropower number one water-use sector. This is supported by the national socio-economic development plans.
NEED FOR AN IRRIGATION POLICY The Government of Malawi has produced this National Irrigation Policy and Development Strategy, to provide a clear statement of the Government's aspirations for the irrigation sector and to highlight the strategy for attaining irrigation development objectives. The occurrence of droughts and their effect on crop production have resulted in increased emphasis on irrigation development. The overall policy for financing irrigation development is that it occurs with minimum government subsidy. Government will optimize its investment in irrigation development by applying principles of cost sharing and cost recovery. The government will undertake the task of improving the quality of irrigation education at all levels.
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Explore the latest articles, projects, and questions and answers in Development Studies, and find Development Studies experts. I'm interesting in the indigenous concept of cultural heritage for making new development strategies focus on social inclusion and community management. Well, the approach of local knowledge (or to it) was kind of fancy in the early 2000s (and is worth discussion). Indigenous knowledge is party of that - and under the term "local knowledge" you will find some stuff. Of course, I have to point out that maybe the most prominent case of indigenous local knowledge becoming some kind of basis for development strategy is the concept of Buen Vivir, Sumak.
Technological and management innovations in irrigation water. management and their impact on agricultural production. Bangkok, Thailand 18 January 2009. Thierry Facon Senior Water Management Officer Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Gains in water productivity are possible by providing more reliable and flexible irrigation supplies, . through precision technology and the introduction of on-demand delivery of irrigation supplies. However, an increase in water productivity may or may not result in greater economic or social benefits. Technology and management together Management innovations Technology development Evaluation of performance of irrigation. systems in Asia Some recommendations Future pathways. Towards new recommendations.