Tackling water and food crisis in South Asia: Insights from the Indo-Gangetic Basin
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Sharma, B.R., Amarasinghe, U.A. and Ambili, G. (eds.). 2010. Tackling water and food crisis in South Asia: Insights from the Indo-Gangetic Basin. Colombo, Sri Lanka: CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food.
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CPWF-IWMI “Basin Focal Project for the Indus-Gangetic Basin” is an initiative by the CPWF, to identify steps to be taken towards integrated management of the IGB’s water and land resources to improve productivity and ensure future sustainability of all production and ecosystems in the basin. The project was developed with the objective of conducting basin-wide analysis of the conditions, constraints and opportunities for improving agricultural water productivity and alleviating poverty through high potential interventions. This objective was accomplished through rigorous analysis and mapping of water availability and access, poverty, and productivity of water and identifying potential interventions that contribute to improved water productivity and poverty alleviation in the Indo-Gangetic basin.
SubjectsAQUACULTURE; ECOSYSTEM SERVICES; INSTITUTIONS; INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE; RIVER BASIN; WATER ALLOCATION; WATER MANAGEMENT; WATER PRODUCTIVITY;
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