4 edition of Changes in the upland irrigation system and implications for rural poverty alleviation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 39-41).
|Statement||Cosmas H. Sokoni, Tamilwai C. Shechambo.|
|Series||Research report / Research on poverty alleviation -- No. 05.1, Research report (Research Programme on Poverty Alleviation in Tanzania) -- no. 05.1.|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.T342 U837 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||2007332333|
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Changes in the Upland Irrigation System and Implications for Rural Poverty Alleviation ABSTRACT Rural poverty is a major problem in Tanzania that has become the focus of different development strategies. Poverty alleviation is a priority objective in.
Ndiwa is an indigenous traditional irrigation system that is practiced on the West Usambara Mountains and it has been experiencing various changes that influence its potential for poverty alleviation.
This study identifies and explains the changes in NIS and examines their implications to rural poverty by: 5. Changes in the Upland Irrigation System and Implications for Rural Poverty Alleviation. A Case of the Ndiwa Irrigation System, West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania.
Research Report No. Mkuki Na Nyota Publishers, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. Tanzania Agriculture Climate Resilience Plan (TACRP)Cited by: 3.
Ndiwa Irrigation System (NIS) (1) Poverty Alleviation (1) Rural Poverty (1). Changes in the Upland Irrigation System and Implications for Rural Poverty Alleviation A Case of the Ndiwa Irrigation System, West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania "Rural poverty is a major problem in Tanzania that has become the focus of different development strategies.
Changes in the upland irrigation system and implications for rural poverty alleviation A case of the ndiwa irrigations system, West Usumbara mountains, Tanzania Rural poverty is a major problem in.
In India coal is equated – through rural electrification – to poverty alleviation and health. India has a third of the world’s poor. India has a third of the world’s poor. In33% of Indians fell below the international poverty line of US$ per day, while 69% of Indians live on less than US$ 2 per day.
valleys and plateaus where the irrigation potential is limited by the hilly terrain and minimal infrastructure, the focus is towards rural poverty alleviation, stabilization of shifting cultivation and diversification of farming systems through expansion of community managed irrigation systems.
magnitude of rural poverty—South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. They could not be we discuss the implications for poverty alleviation of growing water.
the Zhanghe Irrigation System (ZIS. management of the critical natural resource base in the upland areas is the other major development challenge for the country, and has important implications for ensuring the sustainability of broad-based rural growth, and for rural poverty alleviation.
It will also require an increase in rural non-farm production activities. Philippines - Agricultural sector strategy review (Vol. 2): Annexes (English) Abstract. The country faces a daunting challenge in restoring the momentum of development in the Philippine economy, and the agriculture sector is expected to play a crucial role in this recovery process.
Changes in the upland irrigation system and implications for rural poverty alleviation: a case of the Ndiwa irrigations system, west Usambara mountains, Tanzania Cosmas Hassan Sokoni.
Summary. Most of the upland areas of Southeast Asia are characterized by insufficient infrastructure, low productivity in smallholder crop and animal production, mounting environmental problems such as soil and forest degradation and loss of biodiversity, increasing population pressure, and widespread poverty, particular in rural areas.
Cosmas, H.S. Changes in the Upland Irrigation System and Implications for Rural Poverty Alleviation: A Case of the Ndiwa Irrigation System, West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania.
Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA): Tanzania, Tanzania, [Google Scholar]. Irrigation has contributed significantly to poverty alleviation, food security, and improving the quality of life for rural populations. However, the sustainability of irrigated agriculture is being questioned, both economically and environmentally.
The increased dependence on irrigation has not been without its negative environmental effects. natural resource endowments including forests, land and water. Furthermore, changes in poverty and in the natural resource base may also interact in a variety of ways.
In this paper we examine the likely effects of the EO trade policy reform on poverty and the demand for agricultural land. These are seen to augment, indirectly, more direct. Source: FAO data and expert knowledge.
n.a. Not available. Relative importance of poverty reduction strategies by system category. The improvement of farm household livelihoods that would be necessary to meet international goals of halving hunger and poverty by could be derived from five main sources, defined in Chapter 1, which correspond to the principal farm household strategies for.
Bhattarai et al., () examined the irrigation impacts on income inequality and poverty alleviation and explored that irrigation has increased crop production and farm income, decreased. "This study explores the conceptual and policy issues relating to the impact that irrigation has on crop production, farm income, inequities in income distribution and poverty alleviation.
Changes in the upland irrigation system and implications for rural poverty alleviation. A case of the ndiwa irrigations system, West Usumbara mountains, (). Crisis Prevention: Tackling Horizontal Inequalities, (). Domestic water supply, competition for water resources and IWRM in Tanzania: a review and discussion paper.
Downloadable (with restrictions)! Promotion of smallholder irrigation is cited as a strategy for enhancing income generation and food security for sub-Saharan Africa’s poor farmers, but what makes this technology a successful poverty alleviation tool?
In the short run, the technology should pave the way for increased consumption, asset accumulation, and reduced persistent poverty among users.4. Strategic considerations. The three foregoing sections of this document have introduced and quantified - by region and by rice-growing country - the several requirements, opportunities, and constraints that shall determine the extent to which Asia's rice-based livelihood-support systems shall be able during - - to lessen hunger and rural poverty.Change of forest cover and shifting cultivation in upland Thua Thien Hue province during – causes and implications for sustainable agricultural development Ho Dac Thai Hoang, Phan Thi.