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Monitoring and evaluation of agro-economic benefits and project impact for Fordwah Eastern Sadiqia (South) Irrigation and Drainage Project

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  • Hassan, M. S.
  • Raoof, A.
  • Shahid, M. A.
  • Skogerboe, G. V.
  • Saeed-ur-Rehman
  • Aslam, M.

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Paper provided by International Water Management Institute in its series IWMI Research Reports with number H025554.

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Length: xii, 78p.
Date of creation: 1999
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Handle: RePEc:iwt:rerpts:h025554

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Keywords: Economic analysis;

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  1. Munir, S. & Kalwij, I. M. & Brouwer, M., 1999. "Assessment of water distribution at watercourse and minor level of Bahadurwah Minor," IWMI Books, Reports H024734, International Water Management Institute.
  2. Skogerboe, G. V. & Saeed-ur-Rehman & Aslam, M. & Reichert, A. P., 1999. "Analysis of water and salinity management alternatives for increasing agricultural production in the Fordwah Eastern Sadiqia (South) Irrigation and Drainage Project," IWMI Research Reports H025553, International Water Management Institute.
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  1. Khan, A. H. & Vehmeyer, P. W. & Reichert, A. P. & Kalwij, I. M. & Lashari, B. & Skogerboe, G. V., 1999. "Water supply and water balance studies for the Fordwah Eastern Sadiqia (South) Project area," IWMI Research Reports H026020, International Water Management Institute.
  2. Skogerboe, G. V. & Saeed-ur-Rehman & Aslam, M. & Reichert, A. P., 1999. "Analysis of water and salinity management alternatives for increasing agricultural production in the Fordwah Eastern Sadiqia (South) Irrigation and Drainage Project," IWMI Research Reports H025553, International Water Management Institute.

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