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Integrated watershed management programme (IWMP) - learning from people, state level nodal agency, Haryana.

Abstract:

The main objectives of this book are, to improve the product potentials of selected watershed and their associated natural resources. To develop and strengthen community based institutional arrangement for sustainable natural resources management. Improve skills and employment opportunities for non-farm sectors. The integrated watershed development programme should be for overall development of rural people. The integrated watershed management programme should be successful with the involvement and effective community participation. The book explain about the role of Panchayati raj institutions, members of watershed community in training their rights, powers, responsibility for successful implementation of the programmes in the rural areas in the state of Haryana.


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