Design and practice of water allocation rules: lessons from warabandi in Pakistan's Punjab
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Bandaragoda, D. J. 1998. Design and practice of water allocation rules: lessons from warabandi in Pakistan's Punjab. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI). vi, 25p. (IWMI Research Report 017 / IIMI Research Report 017) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3910/2009.002
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Focuses on the existing gap between the traditional design concepts of warabandi - in irrigation water allocation method practiced in Pakistan and Northern India - and its actual practice. Within this focus it also outlines some institutional implications of the present practice of warabandi and identifies further research and policy needs.
SubjectsWATER MANAGEMENT; IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; WATER ALLOCATION; WATERCOURSES; WATER DISTRIBUTION; DESIGN; IRRIGATION SCHEDULING; SOCIAL ASPECTS; ECONOMIC ASPECTS; WATER USERS; DISTRIBUTARY CANALS;
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