Effectiveness of nongovernment organizations in developing local irrigation organizations: a case study from Sri Lanka
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Athukorala, K.; Athukorale, K.; Merrey, D. J. 1994. Effectiveness of nongovernment organizations in developing local irrigation organizations: a case study from Sri Lanka. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI). xxii, 99p. (IIMI Country Paper Sri Lanka 12)
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This paper reports on a detailed sociological study carried out as the NGO (or change agent) was completing three-year projects in two sites, Nagadeepa and Pimburettewa. The study describes the change agent's strategy, and analyzes its impact and the perceptions of farmers and government officials regarding its impact. The case study is placed in a wider context, in terms of both the participatory management policy of the Government of Sri Lanka, and the lessons learned that are relevant for NGOs working in other countries as well.
SubjectsIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; FARMER PARTICIPATION; WATER USE EFFICIENCY; PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT; FARMERS' ASSOCIATIONS; FARMER-AGENCY INTERACTIONS; WATER MANAGEMENT; AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION; REHABILITATION; SUSTAINABILITY; NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS; INSTITUTION BUILDING; ECONOMIC ASPECTS; LAND USE; RICE; CASE STUDIES; PRIVATIZATION;
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