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Impact evaluation study, Integrated Watershed Development (Hills) Project, Markanda Watershed, Himachal Pradesh
by Agro-Economic Research Centre, Himachal Pradesh University in Shimla, India
Written in English
|Contributions||Agro-Economic Research Centre (Simla, India), Integrated Watershed Development (Hills) Project.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2000/60087 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 207 p.|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||99937105|
The Catholic Relief Services Country Office in Ethiopia commissioned a study in April to evaluate outcomes from its Integrated Watershed Management (IWM) Strategy and Program. The evaluation found that the CRS IWM Program has made significant positive changes in the lives and livelihoods of rural households. Watershed Ecology and the Environment (WEE) is an international multidisciplinary journal publishing original research papers, reviews, and short.
Watershed resources management: An integrated framework with studies from Asia and the Pacific (Studies in water policy and management) by William K. Easter, John A. Dixon, Maynard M. Hufschmidt and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at monitoring and evaluation of AD projects in their own country; and (4) be able to effectively apply AD concepts for project monitoring and evaluation in diverse biophysical, social and cultural setting. INTRODUCTION Alternative development (AD) is a recent development paradigm and the term.
Purpose of impact evaluation Impact evaluation serves both objectives of evaluation: lesson-learning and accountability.2 A properly designed impact evaluation can answer the question of whether the program is working or not, and hence assist in decisions about scaling up. However, care must be taken about generalizing from a specific context. (a watershed is the area of land where water drains off and includes creeks, streams, rivers, ponds, lakes, oceans, etc.). Ask students what watershed they live in. Use the Ohio River Basin and Blue River Watershed Map as an example for the class. Display the map and discuss the size of the watershed, flow of water and how the surrounding area can.
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Impact Analysis of Watershed Projects: DPAP projects of MP Section 1 introduction Context: Watershed development programme is implemented on a large scale in the rural rain fed areas in the country with the objectives of addressing the concerns of environmental sustainability and sustainable production for livelihoods.
A number of. LIVELIHOODS AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Impact Assessment of Watershed Development Projects in Rajasthan. LNRMI. Hyderabad. 2 - /18, S. ARADANAGAR, H. YDERABAD. Draft for Comments. However, the technical and social complexities of watershed projects make evaluation difficult.
Quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods, which traditionally have been used separately, both have strengths and weaknesses. Combining them can make evaluation more effective, particularly when constraints to study design by: IWMP: Integrated Watershed Management Prog The above three programmes namely DPAP, DDP and IWDP were combined together and they were included under IWMP.
Objectives of Watershed Development Programme: promote the overall development of economy and helps to ___ ISSN – Int. Res. Social Sci. 5 impact in India impact of watershed. The report on “Watershed Development in Maharashtra” by Society for Promoting Participative Ecosystem Management (SOPPECOM)), on behalf of the Forum for Watershed Research and Policy Dialogue (ForWaRD), deals with the present scenario and issues for restructuring the programme.
The concept of integrated and participatory watershed development and management has emerged as. In book: Integrated Natural resources Management in the highlands of Eastern Africa, Edition:Chapter: Participatory Integrated watershed Management, Publisher. Watershed development facilitates in reducing the vulnerability of farm income to weather-induced shocks in rain-fed lands in India.
The present paper estimates homogeneous as well as non-homogeneous effects of watershed development on farmers demonstrating a huge discrepancy in estimated values between two. In general, previous studies are fragmented with limited comprehensive impact assessments of biophysical and socio-economic issues in the watershed.
Comprehensive evaluation of watershed management interventions is crucial to figure out the overall impacts of watershed management interventions on biophysical, socio-economic and policy issues. Integrated watershed management is a holistic approach that regards a watershed as a holistic system where social, cultural, economic, and environmental components interact and interweave together, and the principles of sustainable development are used to guide watershed management (Muschett and Campbell ).
vi Developing Participatory and Integrated Watershed Management This case study is dedicated to the men, women and children of Rúnyinia (Agatorobwe watershed, Rwanda) who, having worked so hard to make the PUCD project their own success story, underwent the.
Effective watershed planning and management This book presents a flexible, integrated framework for watershed management that addresses the biophysical, social, and economic issues affecting water resources and their use.
Comprehensive in scope and multidisciplinary in approach, it equips you with the necessary tools and techniques to develop sound watershed management policy and practice-from.
Community Based Integrated Watershed Management* gham & esan Programme Officer and Team Leader, DHAN Foundation, 18 Pillaiyar Koil Street, S.S. Colony, Madurai Tamil Nadu, INDIA Abstract The early watershed development programme in India launched in the year and the subsequent.
InIndian government initiated Integrated Child Development Service (ICDS) scheme to check maternal and child malnutrition and ill-health and it emerged as one of the world’s largest program for early childhood development. Under the program, a trained female known as Anganwadi (Courtyard) Worker (AWW) along with an assistant.
Integrated Watershed Management in Rainfed Agriculture book. DOI link for Integrated Watershed Management in Rainfed Agriculture. Integrated Watershed Management in Rainfed Agriculture book. By Suhas P. Wani, Johan Rockstrom, Kanwar Lal Sahrawat.
Impact of watershed projects in India: Application of various approaches and methods. 2 Integrated development planning and sustainable development 10 Conceptual framework 10 Integrated development planning— where we stand in 14 Looking forward—integrated development planning and the SDGs 16 3 Overview of national visions, strategies, and policy frameworks 22 4 National Development Planning—.
Integrated IA model for watershed projects Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal September that will better explain the differential impact. This paper makes an attempt in that direction.
Impact of watershed development: a review Some studies on IA of watershed development pro-jects have used economic and environmental indica.
India. The impact of a watershed development programme on drinking water sources in watershed villages and peripheral villages is a complex phenomenon. A study of a watershed development model from differing physical and socio-economic framework reveals the variability in the nature and degrees of impacts of watershed development.
The concept integrated watershed development program with participatory approach was emphasized since the last 25 years. This approach has been focused on soil and water. Integrated watershed development program has been launched in different states of India over last two decades for managing natural resources to increase overall productivity and to improve the socioeconomic development of the native population following the participatory planning principles.
watershed is taken as a spatial planning unit with focus on natural resources such as land, water Author: Anil Rautray, Dr. Jayant Kumar Routray. Integrated Watershed Management Programme (IWMP) is implemented by Department of Land Resources of Ministry of Rural Development.
The main objective of IWMP is to restore ecological balance by harnessing, conserving and developing degraded natural resources such as soil, vegetative cover and water.
Guidelines for IWMP are provided. to learning from experience. Unlike sectoral development approaches, watershed management involves examining the interactions among various natural processes and land uses and managing land, water and the wider ecosystem of the watershed in an integrated way.
Watershed management is best carried out as a stepwise multistakeholder process. The.massive watershed and integrated rural development projects such as some in India, China and other large countries. Although there is a great deal of diversity among the watershed management projects reviewed, in general terms they tend to be those trying to combat soil.
To support this reconstruction effort, it was essential to assist the country in formulating an integrated water resources management policy and institutional reforms to coordinate and guide sub-sector development.
Expected outcomes. Assessment of the country’s water resources and recommendations for cross-subsectoral management of these.