Water for Food and Rural Development: Approaches and Initiatives in South Asia

Peter P Mollinga
SAGE Publications, 26 oct. 2000 - 378 pages
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The concept of integrated water resources management has rapidly gained widespread it is important to clarify this concept so that it does not degenerate into an empty slogan. This important volume establishes the crucial relationship between the multiple uses of water resources on the one hand and food security and rural development on the other, and suggests innovative approaches and methodologies that can help resolve the deadlock in water resources development and management.

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Water for Food and Environment in the Mountains
A Crucial Resource Base
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Peter P Mollinga is Senior Researcher at the Centre for Development Studies (ZEF) in Bonn, Germany. Prior to this, he was Associate Professor at the Irrigation and Water Engineering group at Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands. He is also Convener of SaciWATERs (South Asia Consortium for Interdisciplinary Water Resources Studies), Hyderabad, India. He has worked on irrigation management and reform, and more generally on the politics of water. He is presently involved in land and water management related research in Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and India. His academic interest lies in the integration of natural and social science perspectives through the interdisciplinary study of water resources.

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