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Report on survey data collected at least from 3 case-study WUAs of Ferghana Valley
Along CRP 1.1. program in Central Asia for 2015, there is carrying out research directed towards understanding key potentials and limitations of WUAs in Ferghana Valley by assessing the role of institutions (formal and ...
Comparative assessment of WUAs Governance role on efficient use of water resources in Ferghana Valley
Along CRP 1.1. Dryland System program in Central Asia for 2014-2015, there were carried out research directed towards understanding key potentials and limitations of WUAs in Ferghana Valley by assessing the role of ...
Development of Irrigation Extension for Improving Water Productivity at Plot level in the Ferghana Valley
This presentation was presented at the Academic workshop for young researchers “Improving the Efficiency of Common Pool Resources Management in Transition: Case Study of Irrigation Water and Pasture” on May 20, 2015.
Опыт и деятельность ИВМИ по институциональным аспектах управления водными ресурсами. Experience and activities of IWMI for institutional aspects of water resources management
Presentation was directed towards showing work of IWMI and its activities under CRP DS program
Survey data collected for 3 case study pilot water users' associations (WUAs) of Fergana Valley
The present work consists of in-depth survey data, collected from a pilot WUAs in Ferghana Valley. In the attached forms, you can find template for data collection which was used as well as filled out data sheets.
Irrigation Extension Development in Central Asia:Experience from Water Productivity Improvement Project of Ferghana Valley
Extension is vital to the development of irrigated agriculture especially in Central Asian countries, where countries transformed from planed to market economies after independence. These transitions also influenced to ...
IWMI’s experience and activities in institutional aspects of water management
The present document is a presentation on the water resource management in Uzbekistan.
Assessing the Financial and Economic Viability of Water User Associations and Canal Management Organizations in Ferghana Valley countries of Central Asia
The financial viability of a water user association is fundamentally dependent on the financial viability of the irrigated agriculture it supports. The mission of a water user association might be described as securing a ...