Improving community participation in Watershed Management

Improving community participation in Watershed Management
Last Date Nov 01,2014 04:15 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Success of watershed programmes largely depends on scientific planning based local geological and hydrological, socio and economic conditions. Community participation is extremely ...

Success of watershed programmes largely depends on scientific planning based local geological and hydrological, socio and economic conditions. Community participation is extremely vital for a vibrant program, targeting of benefits and ensuring transparency and efficiency. The discussion has been initiated for soliciting views, ideas and suggestions on ways to improve community mobilization community participation in this program.

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varun kumar 4 years 12 months ago

Water should be stored locally. In every village their should be a huge pond, it should be in a size through out the year it should provide water for agriculture. Yes we have reservoir but transporting it into 100's of kilometres is a issue, the best way to avoid this is water should be stored locally. In many cities the lack of ground Water is big issue because there is no land to sink water in to ground all land filled up with buildings, so in every colony their should be government land to sink water in to ground. In Japan we can see a underground Tank which expand to kilometres. I am not saying to build this type of Tanks ,it costs. But let allow the water to sink in to ground which is a natural Tank. Storage of water Locally is cheap and best way for water needs of people everywhere. We have rain's but lack storage.