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Social regulations in water management in a village in Anantapur district, Andhra Pradesh- a case study on livelihood transformation
In Mogali Chetla Tanda, Andhra Pradesh, the community took control of managing ground water by introducing social regulations which led to complete transformation of livelihood and stopped migration Posted on 14 May, 2009 04:24 PM

Groundwater depletion has reached such alarming proportions in the semi-arid and arid regions, despite huge investments in watershed development programmes by the state and central governments and the international donor community. One of the stated aims of these programmes is to mitigate drought and ensure water availability throughout the year.

Ramakrishna Mission Lokasiksha Parishad (RKMLSP) promotes land shaping for crop irrigation and to prevent water stagnation in Sunderbans, West Bengal (part 1 of 2)
Ramakrishna Mission Lokasiksha Parishad (RKMLSP) undertakes a unique project of land shaping in low-lying area of Sunderbans, West Bengal Posted on 06 May, 2009 10:35 AM

The low-lying area of the Sundarbans in West Bengal is well-known for frequent floods and cyclones. Water stagnates from June-July and remains muddy upto December making it impossible to grow any crop except the low yielding variety.

MYRADA assesses the impact of planting trees on bunds in Kamasamudram, Karnataka: A field study
An effort was made by the farmers of Kamasamudram in Karnataka to increase organic matter in the soil by using leaves as manure by planting trees on bunds. Posted on 05 May, 2009 10:46 AM

In 1991, MYRADA and the International Institute for Rural Reconstruction (IIRR), Philippines, with support from Ford Foundation, initiated a research-cum-action project in partnership with the farmers of Kamasamudram in Kolar district of Karnataka. MYRADA had already been working in these villages for several years and was familiar with the local people.

Making of community owned watershed structure in Nayakateni in Orissa
The case study outlines the process by which the community took development into their own hands and were able to design, implement and construct a water harvesting structure. Posted on 04 May, 2009 01:14 PM

Nayakateni, a small village of 58 families underwent a process of transformation through the intervention of NYSASDRI. This case study outlines the process by which the community took development into their own hands and were able to design, implement and construct a water harvesting structure.

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