Modernization using the structured system design of the Bhadra Reservoir Project, India: an intervention analysis
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Sakthivadivel, R.; Thiruvengadachari, S.; Amarasinghe, U. A. 1999. Modernization using the structured system design of the Bhadra Reservoir Project, India: an intervention analysis. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI). v, 24p. (IWMI Research Report 033) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3910/2009.040
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Evaluates the performance of the Bhadra Reservoir Project-before, during, and after the introduction of modernization with structured system design. Analysis focuses on water management, agricultural productivity, and farmer participation and perception. Identifies the absence of a continuing support mechanism and lack of farmer participation as the major causes for the project's decline.
SubjectsPERFORMANCE EVALUATION; IRRIGATION PROGRAMS; MODERNIZATION; PARTICIPATORY MANAGEMENT; FARMER PARTICIPATION; FARMER-AGENCY INTERACTIONS; FARMERS' ATTITUDES; REMOTE SENSING; RICE; IRRIGATED FARMING; WATER DISTRIBUTION; WATER SUPPLY; PRODUCTIVITY;
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