Title

Impacts of meso-scale Watershed Development in Andhra Pradesh (India) and their implications for designing and implementing improved WSD policies and programs

Document Type

Journal Article

Faculty

Faculty of Business and Law

School

School of Law and Justice

RAS ID

15137

Comments

This article was originally published as: Croke, B., Herron, N., Pavelic, P., Ahmed, S., Reddy, V., Ranjan, R., Syme, G. J., Samad, M., & Rao, K. (2012). Impacts of meso-scale Watershed Development in Andhra Pradesh (India) and their implications for designing and implementing improved WSD policies and programs. Water Practice and Technology, 7(1). Original article available here

Abstract

Watershed Development (WSD) programs in rainfed dryland agriculture in India have been introduced in an effort to promote more sustainable management of the surface and groundwater resources, and to improve the livelihoods of farmers. This paper outlines the planned research for a project exploring the impacts of WSD at the meso-scale (∼100 km 2). The aim of the project is to develop and apply integrated models to assess cost effectiveness and water-related equity outcomes of stakeholder defined WSD scenarios; and to integrate and apply, in collaboration with project partners, the knowledge arising from the project at local, state and national policy levels.

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