Inter organization water conflicts and their resolution in Som Kadgar tribal dominated irrigation project of Rajasthan - India

Irrigation being a crucial factor for enhancing agricultural productivity, it must be treated carefully when the irrigation project suffered socio economic constraints. In Indian context, the irrigation officials are facing a several host socio-economic problems. The problems can be well managed by irrigation management transfer. A similar case study was undertaken in tribal dominated irrigation project where 77.14 per cent farmers were fall into the category of the tribals. The farmers of the project area were sub-divided as per their living situation i.e. non-tribal organization and tribal organization. Each organization was taken water from the same outlet no.14 B at Mohanpura miner. The data revealed that the non-tribal powerful farmers were not allowed to take water to the tribals hence; they were having poor socio-economy conditions. At letter stage the water distribution was handed over to water users association consisting tribals and non-tribals farmers .A significant changed was observed in socio-economic conditions of the tribal farmers after actively participated in WUA.


Issue Date:
2003-02
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/58263
Total Pages:
7




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