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Record number 370237
Title Socio-economic assessment of two small-scale irrigation schemes in Adami Tullu Jido Kombolcha Woreda, Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia
Author(s) Assefa, M.; Wesseler, J.H.H.; Hengsdijk, H.
Source Wageningen : Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group - 102
Department(s) Environmental Economics and Natural Resources Group
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) duurzaamheid (sustainability) - irrigatie - landbouw - beperkende factoren - hulpbronnenbeheer - waterbeheer - grondproductiviteit - sustainability - irrigation - agriculture - limiting factors - resource management - water management - land productivity
Categories Development Projects / Irrigation
Abstract The sustainability of irrigated agriculture is questioned and the challenge is to increase simultaneously land and water productivity in the face of the limited availability of land and water in the CRV, the Central Rift Valley. The aim of this research is to assess the social-economic performance of two communitybased small-scale irrigation schemes in Adami Tullu Jido Kombolcha Woreda (ATJK) and to identify options to improve irrigation performance and resource management
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