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NGOs role in watershed management

K. Prabhakar

NGOs role in watershed management

by K. Prabhakar

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Published by Serials Publications in New Delhi .
Written in English


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Study conducted at Prakasam District of Andhra Pradesh, India.

Edition Notes

Other titlesNGO"s role in watershed management
StatementK. Prabhakar
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD1698.A2-ZI.x (H73)+, HD1698.I42 P73 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 206 p. :
Number of Pages206
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24554773M
ISBN 108183873766
ISBN 109788183873765
LC Control Number2010318212
OCLC/WorldCa606355637

View Essay - Benefits of Watershed Management Paper from MGT at West Chester University. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have played a significant role in establishing grassroots methods of. Watershed management. Watershed management is the integrated use of land, vegetation and water in a geographically discrete drainage area for the benefit of its residents, with the objective of protecting or conserving the hydrologic services that the watershed provides and of reducing or avoiding negative downstream or groundwater impacts (Darghouth et al., ).Cited by: 2.

Recent decades have seen an increase in th e number, role, and functions of environmental NGOs. The one, single most notable watershed event took place in when Rachel Carson published Silent Spring. Her book depicted how destructive such chemicals as DDT are to the environment. Her alarm touched o ff a national debate in the United States. Swiss Re’s International ReSource Award for Sustainable Watershed Management is inviting applications from NGOs, private, scientific or public institutions and similar bodies to apply for this international recognized prize.. The ReSource Award recognizes the initiatives which are dedicated to raising public awareness of the ecological, social and economic significance of water sources and.

Swiss Re’s International ReSource Award for Sustainable Watershed Management is now open to accepting applications. The Award acknowledges initiatives which are aimed at to raising public awareness of the ecological, social and economic significance of water sources and watersheds in developing and emerging countries. Prize money of around US$, will be allocated either in . A position as a watershed manager generally requires a degree in natural resources management or a related field. An entry level watershed manager is responsible for the following job duties: Monitor, manage and maintain bodies of water, including lakes, ponds, streams and watershed, including water quality and erosion control.


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The role of NGO's in watershed development is described in this powerpoint with a number of examples from this field/5(3). Role of NGOs in Bangladesh In all spheres of development, NGOs are reported to have created a landmark in the history of as the proper alternative organizations have the vision of imagination, flexibility, autonomy, creativity, innovative machinery, experience resources and strategies of executing programmers including non formal constructive education.

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Features of watershed that agencies seek to manage. Watershed Management [Prabhakar Kotte] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Government of India after Independence laid greater stress on developing agriculture, since agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy.

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and Watershed Management Lao PDR By Gunilla Riska CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION 3 2 GENERAL 3 3 LEGAL FRAMEWORK 3 4 COORDINATION 4 Government-NGOs 4 Networking among the NGOs 4 5 ROLE OF NGOs 6 International NGOs 6 International NGOs at selected watersheds 7 Local organisations   Role of NGOs in Rural Development Shridhar Hegde, 2nd year MBA MSRIT Bangalore Kishan B.V, 2nd year MBA MSRIT Bangalore Abstract India has been a land of villages and the Government of India has been Implementing numerous rural development programmes for the upliftment of rural Communities.

Non-government organizations with their advantage of non- rigid, locality. Watershed management can be used to identify areas for carbon storage and sequestration by forests and trees and to reduce deforestation and forest degradation by limiting agricultural expansion and the conversion of forests to pasture lands.

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