Canal irrigation management by tribal communities: case study of AKRSP(I) supported PIM societies [including IWMI-TATA Water Policy Programme] in South Gujarat
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- Mukherji, A. & Verma, S. & Rath, P., 2002. "Canal irrigation management by tribal communities: case study of AKRSP(I) supported PIM societies [including IWMI-TATA Water Policy Programme] in South Gujarat," IWMI Books, Reports H033198, International Water Management Institute.
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- Tushaar Shah & Babara Van Koppen & Douglas Murrey & Marna de Lange & Madar Samad, 2002. "Institutional Alternatives in African Smallholder Irrigation: Lessons from International Experience with Irrigation Management Transfer," IWMI Research Reports H 30202, International Water Management Institute.
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KeywordsIrrigation canals; Irrigation management; Participatory management; Farmer participation; Irrigated farming; Cropping systems; Crop yield; Wage rates; Migrant labor; Water distribution; Water rates; Economic impact; Maintenance; Non-governmental organizations; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management; Public Economics; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy;
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