2 edition of Dynamics of watershed development and livelihood in India found in the catalog.
Dynamics of watershed development and livelihood in India
Papers presented at the National Workshop on Watershed, held at Hyderabad.
|Statement||[edited by] S.S.P. Sharma, U.H. Kumar.|
|Contributions||Sharma, S. S. P. 1954-, Kumar, U. H. 1967-|
|LC Classifications||HD1698.I4 D96 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 285 p. :|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||2010316416|
SRI has been known in India since The awareness on SRI by the scientific community had been under SRI. This book is an attempt to explain the origin, principles and practices of SRI and the developments so far done by Drs Thiyagarajan and Dr Biksham Gujja on the development of the SRI System of rice cultivation. A paradigm shift in soil and water conservation measures from an isolated approach to integrated watershed development programmes (WDPs) in the early s em-phasised the active involvement or sense of ownership of the farming community for economic and social uplift on a holistic basis, particularly of the weaker sections and by:
India is primarily an agricultural economy and majority of people are still dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. After independence, development of agriculture has been assured by various revolutions supported by government.. Green Revolution – This revolution led to tremendous rise in production of food grains, especially wheat, by use of high-yielding varieties of seeds. This chapter deals with gender and rural livelihood in the Lake Tana Basin, which lies within the Lake Tana watershed of Amhara region in the North West part of Ethiopia. It includes areas around the lake with strong ecological, socioeconomic and cultural linkages to the lake : Sewmehon Demissie, Azanaw Abebe.
The terms ‘livelihoods’, ‘poverty’ and ‘development’ have different meanings in different societies and people. Development implies a better quality of life and enahancement of opportunities, and better access to assets and services to marginal communities: particularly Cited by: 1. The number of IWMPs (Integrated Watershed Management Programs) present in India during the period was Among all the 29 states, Maharashtra has the highest number of watershed programs (), followed by Rajasthan (), Uttar Pradesh (), Gujarat (), Karnataka (), Madhya Pradesh () and Andhra Pradesh ().
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Participatory Watershed Development in India households were interviewed with the help of a struc tured questionnaire.
The fieldwork was carried out during the year Impact assessments of India's watershed development have suggested several positive trends: increased productivity, reduced vulnerability during droughts, recharged water table, improved fodder.
Description: This book entitled Development of Rainfed Farming in Central India has 10 chapters viz. (1) Problems and prospects of Rainfed Farming, (2) Present status and strategy of Rainfed Farming Development, (3) Land and water resources, (4) Technology for watershed based Rainfed Farming Development, (5) Land and water management practices.
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Introduction. Livelihood vulnerability in drylands is characterised by a range of interacting social, economic, political, and environmental changes (Reynolds et al.,Tucker et al.,Stringer et al., ), which impact agricultural and non-agricultural vulnerability is exacerbated by inherently low agricultural productivity (Thornton et al., ), rapid and Cited by: 8.
Downloadable. This paper documents the main findings of a study on food insecurity and vulnerability in the Indian state of Orissa in support of promoting interventions for food security and livelihoods at state level. A similar study was undertaken in Himachal Pradesh, India.
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Traditions are strong, yet potential upheaval is great in these communities that rely on acequia irrigation systems. Acequias are ancient ditch systems brought from the Iberian Peninsula to the New World over Cited by: Serials Publications Private Limited, Daryaganj, New Delhi, Delhi - Established inwe are Distributor of Agriculture and Food Economics, Health, Illness And Healing, Panorama: A Perspective Of Cinema Around The World, Disaster Management and Management & Educational Books.
‘Watershed Development: Participatory Management and Rural Livelihood Issues in India’ in “Dynamics of Watershed Development and Livelihood in India” (Eds) S S P Sharma and U.H. Kumar, Serial Publications, New Delhi, 9. A resource book for practitioners and local decision-makers Box 22 Fallacies of integrated watershed development in India 44 Box 23 Enhanced water availability and the livelihoods of poor households Box 42 Watershed management and population dynamics in Nepal 73File Size: 1MB.
Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR) is a globally recognized organisation dedicated to transforming the lives of millions across India in participatory watershed development and eco-systems restoration, adaptive sustainable agriculture, integrated and efficient water management and climate change adaptation, with a special emphasis on.
Watershed Development In India. Currently $ million is invested yearly in watershed development programmes (WSD) programmes that are implemented by a range of Departments at the Centre and State level. The Department of Agriculture and Cooperation implements the National Watershed Development Projects for Rainfed Areas (NWDPRA).
The United Nations Agenda 21 for sustainable development recommends the integrated management of land resources. The agenda broadly includes soils, minerals, water, and biota in subsect while subsection 13 acknowledges mountain watersheds protection .The recommendation enhances the watershed approach from the initial focus on forestry and forestry hydrology to include the complex Author: Juliet Katusiime, Brigitta Schütt.
India are cultivating at dry land is linked with the vagaries and mercy of the monsoon, it was reported that the Natural Resource Management through Integrated watershed development programme (IWDP) were launched during the late Seventeen the and Eighties.
Borrini-Feyerabend et al. in his bookFile Size: KB. Dynamics Of Watershed Development And Livelihood In India Get Latest Price Watershed Development provides not only strong conservation support to natural resource but also to create new opportunities for households to diversify their livelihood strategies.
SUDHA under World Bank Aided Uttarakhand Decentralized Watershed Development Project (UDWDP) as Divisional Support Agency for Livelihood Enhancement through Agribusiness mobilized community in the form of 32 Farmers Interest Groups in 58 Project Villages of.
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The Impact of Livelihood and Food Security on HIV/AIDS 20 5. LIVELIHOOD INTERVENTIONS 22 General Livelihood Interventions 22 The Livelihood Pathway 22 Specific Livelihood Interventions for Households Located at Different Outcomes on the Livelihood Pathway 25 Targeting Livelihood Interventions to More Vulnerable Groups 28 Size: 2MB.
Economic development, the process whereby simple, low-income national economies are transformed into modern industrial gh the term is sometimes used as a synonym for economic growth, generally it is employed to describe a change in a country’s economy involving qualitative as well as quantitative theory of economic development—how primitive and poor.Purchase Redefining Diversity and Dynamics of Natural Resources Management in Asia, Volume 4 - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBN With the help of a cooperative formed among people relying on ecosystem services produced in the watershed, and with the modest support of a domestic NGO called Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development (LI-BIRD), Rupa Lake today provides a textbook example of successful local stewardship of shared natural resources.