Irrigation management transfer in Mexico: a strategy to achieve irrigation district sustainability
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Johnson, S. H. III. 1997. Irrigation management transfer in Mexico: a strategy to achieve irrigation district sustainability. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI). v, 31p. (IWMI Research Report 016 / IIMI Research Report 016) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3910/2009.012
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Describes the process of transfer of irrigation districts in Mexico from public ownership to joint management, where responsibility for irrigation O&M is shared between the public irrigation agency and water user associations. It evaluates the sustainability of transferred systems and discusses needed changes.
SubjectsIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; PRIVATIZATION; PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT; AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION; SUSTAINABILITY; PRIVATE SECTOR; PUBLIC SECTOR; ECONOMIC ASPECTS; WATER USERS' ASSOCIATIONS; INVESTMENT; AGRICULTURAL POLICY; IRRIGATED FARMING; WATER LAW; USER CHARGES; LAND OWNERSHIP;
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