Water and livelihood dialogue in India

Posted: 2010-02-16

A major characteristic of the water-climate scenario in Eastern and North-Eastern India is the frequency of droughts and floods following each other in succession. In such an environment, low cost water-saving technologies for farmers and other water users becomes essential.

GWP India and its affiliated Zonal Water Partnerships organized a two-day workshop on December 14-15 to highlight available technologies designed to deal with the growing incidence of natural calamities in the region, and to assess their benefits and costs. The workshop followed a year-long programme of research into such technologies.

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