Local institutions for natural resources development: principles and practice in the KRIBHCO Indo British Rainfed Farming Project (KRIBP)
University of Wales, Centre for Development Studies.Swansea, 1996 - Natural resources - 42 pages
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accounts activities e.g. agencies Banswara benefits Bhatt Bhil clan common funds common property resources common resources Community Organisers cooperatives core activity credit group credit management decision dominant effective emphasise ensure existing external farmers farming system development Firstly forms function Gram Panchayats group action group development group members group performance Gujarat hamlet India Indo-British Rainfed Farming initiated input supply institutional development interests involved irrigation jankars joint forest management KRIBP project leadership lineage loans Madhya Pradesh mandals meetings membership mobilisation Mosse natural resources development needs NGOs nursery raising Oxfam Panchmahals participation performance indicators political poor potential problems project activities promoted Rainfed Farming Project Rajasthan record repayment schedules resource management responsibility role rural development Sarpanch savings and credit skills social soil and water strategy structures Swansea Thirdly tribal villages University of Wales village clusters village institutions village level water conservation watershed development wider women women's groups