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Cholesterol kabuman rakho nirogi jeevan jeevo (કોલેસ્ટેરોલ કાબૂમાં રાખો નીરોગી જીવન જીવો)

Contributor(s): Zaveri, Madhusudan [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Mumbai J. I. Patel 2004Description: 143 p.Subject(s): Hypercholesteremia | Low-cholesterol diet | Cholesterol | Coronary heart disease - PreventionDDC classification: 616.1 Summary: Since the late 1980s, opportunities to harness new resources for agricultural water management (AWM) have grown fewer and more expensive. Lending for irrigation and drainage has focused on rehabilitation and improvement of the existing systems. Water productivity, however, has generally remained low, and returns on public investment have been disappointing, especially in large scale irrigation. More recently, though, new solutions have begun to emerge, based on widely available technology and new management and governance options. The role of government is changing, responsibility is being decentralised, farmers are playing an increasingly important role in decisions and investment, and markets are driving growth. Reengaging in Agricultural Water Management: challenge and options explore this emerging paradigm, which integrates AWM within a more comprehensive development framework.
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Since the late 1980s, opportunities to harness new resources for agricultural water management (AWM) have grown fewer and more expensive. Lending for irrigation and drainage has focused on rehabilitation and improvement of the existing systems. Water productivity, however, has generally remained low, and returns on public investment have been disappointing, especially in large scale irrigation. More recently, though, new solutions have begun to emerge, based on widely available technology and new management and governance options. The role of government is changing, responsibility is being decentralised, farmers are playing an increasingly important role in decisions and investment, and markets are driving growth. Reengaging in Agricultural Water Management: challenge and options explore this emerging paradigm, which integrates AWM within a more comprehensive development framework.

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