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Irrigation management turnover in the Philippines: strategy of the National Irrigation Administration

By: Wijayaratne, C.M.
Contributor(s): Vermillion, D.L [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: IIMI Short Report Series on Locally Managed Irrigation ; No. 4.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Colombo (Sri Lanka) : IIMI, 1994Description: 28 p.Subject(s): Asia | Interest groups | Irrigation | Irrigation | Socioeconomic organization | South east AsiaDDC classification: 94-095963 Summary: The Philippines is one of the earlier developing countries to begin the process of management transfer. The Philippine experience has much to offer to help answer the questions of: 1. How can farmers be organized and motivated to take over management of irrigation, particularly if this involves an increase in cost to the farmers? 2. Should the process be gradual (allowing time for capable institutions to evolve) or should it be abrupt (in order to perhaps send a clearer message to farmers and civil servants)?, and 3. What changes are necessasry in the government agency responsible for irrigation so that its own staff will support the process and theCollection: AGRIS Collection
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The Philippines is one of the earlier developing countries to begin the process of management transfer. The Philippine experience has much to offer to help answer the questions of: 1. How can farmers be organized and motivated to take over management of irrigation, particularly if this involves an increase in cost to the farmers? 2. Should the process be gradual (allowing time for capable institutions to evolve) or should it be abrupt (in order to perhaps send a clearer message to farmers and civil servants)?, and 3. What changes are necessasry in the government agency responsible for irrigation so that its own staff will support the process and the

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International Irrigation Management Institute, 127 Sunil Mawatha, Pelawatte via Colombo, Sri Lanka|COMOD

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