1 edition of Drought prone areas programme found in the catalog.
Drought prone areas programme
in New Delhi : Govt. of India, Dept. of Rural Development, Ministry of Agriculture & Irrigation, [1978?]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||MLCL 83/0676 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 105 p. ; 34 cm.|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||79906740|
The film describing the new strategy that aims at improving the living conditions of the people in drought prone areas. This strategy is a multi-disciplinary programme in agriculture and its allied sectors including livestock, fisheries and forestry. livelihoods knowledge into drought management. The study reviews this work with a view to collating available information on drought cycle management. It is hoped that this report will not only contribute to the institutional memory of the / drought response in Ethiopia’s pastoral areas, but will also be used by key stakeholdersFile Size: KB.
Resilient techniques to improve water availability 3 Impact of drought on WASH systems There are uncertainties with projected impacts of climate change, but reliability of projection depends on the area. For some regions projections of future precipitation change are more robust, while outside of these areas the predictions vary between Size: 2MB. Support to primary education in drought-prone and pastoralist areas. Home > Support to primary education in drought-prone and pastoralist areas. The programme supported a large-scale school.
Historical ‘ Failure ’ of Drought Prone Areas Programme (DP AP) to ): A Brief Picture of State Inertia The DPAP was initiated in covering blocks of districts. Distribution of drought in India. The distribution of drought in India can be classified under three heads. 1. Conditions of extreme drought: It includes 12% of total drought prone areas i.e.
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Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) is the “earliest area development programme” launched by the Central Government in to tackle the special problems faced by those fragile areas which are constantly affected by severe drought conditions. rought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) is the earliest area development programme launched by the Central Government in to tackle the special problems faced by those fragile areas, which are constantly affected by severe drought Size: 81KB.
The Drought-Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) was started in The programme aims at optimum utilization of land, water and livestock resources, restoration of ecological balance and stabilizing the income of the people particularly the weaker section of the society.
Management of drought-prone areas programme. Analyses and case studies from Jhabua district. Author(s): Srivastava, U. Author Affiliation: Centre for Management in Agriculture, Indian Inst.
of Management, Ahmedabad, India. Book: Management of drought-prone areasAuthor: Uma K. Srivastava. The Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) aims at mitigating the adverse effects of drought on the production of crops and livestock and Drought prone areas programme book of land, water and human resources.
The basic objective of the programme is to minimize the adverse effects of drought on production of crops and livestock and productivity of land, water and human. DROUGHT PRONE AREAS PROGRAMME (dpap) The basic objective of the programme is to minimise the adverse effects of drought on production of crops and livestock and productivity of land, water and human resources ultimately leading to drought proofing of the affected areas.
Department of land resources(DLR) under the Ministry of Rural Development(MoRD), Government of India, sanctioned the Drought Prone Area Project (DPAP) - Phase I for Nalgonda district of Andhra Pradesh.
The project encompassed treatment of 22, ha area in 49 watersheds of 21 mandals of Nalgonda district. This resource book, Climate variability and change: Adaptation to drought in Bangladesh, has been prepared as a reference and training guide for building the capacity of agricultural extension workers and development professionals to deal with climate change impacts and adaptation, specifically targeting drought-prone areas of Size: 1MB.
13 Drought Prone Area development Programme The Drought Prone Areas Programme is a centrally shared programme launched in to tackle the special problems faced by those fragile areas which are prone to and are constantly affected by severe drought conditions.
These areas are characterized by poor natural resource base for producing food, fodder and a large. National Watershed Development Programme. The Department of Land Resources in the Ministry of Rural Development is administering three area-based watershed programmes for development of wastelands/degraded lands namely Drought Prone Areas Programmes (DPAP), Desert Development Programme (DDP) and Integrated Wastelands Development Programme (IWDP) to check the.
ADVERTISEMENTS: Significance of Planning for Drought-Prone Areas: 1. The drought-prone areas form a significant proportion of the country’s area. These areas are characterised by low productivity which is a major cause of regional imbalances. These areas are a. Drought Proofing ProgramsDrought Prone Areas Program (DPAP)• A DPAP, a centrally sponsored scheme, in operation sinceaims at restoring ecological balance in the drought prone areas and mitigation of the adverse effects of drought on crops and livestock through integrated development of natural resources by adoption of appropriate technologies.
Watershed Management for Sustainable Development: With Reference to Drought Prone Area A. Ranga Reddy Mittal Publications, Jan 1, - Agricultural development projects - pagesReviews: 2. Drought Prone Area Programme (DPAP) Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) is the “earliest area development programme” launched by the Central Government in to tackle the special problems faced by those fragile areas which are constantly affected by severe drought.
Drought Prone Area Programmes programme was initiated in The intent was to change DPAP from a relief and employment oriented programme into one aimed at ‘drought proofing’ through adoption of an integrated area development approach which sought to mitigate the impact of future droughts by stabilizing both production and employment.
9) Write short notes on drought-prone area programme and agro-climatic planning. How do these programmes help in the development of dryland agriculture in India. Countdown - For UPSC to Announce Date for Prelims - Analyse the ‘Drought Prone Area Development Programme’ initiated during the Fourth Five Year Plan.
A CLASSIFICATION of drought-affected areas was done in India in when the Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) was launched. It has been used since then for carrying out drought. Drought Prone Area Programme. Water conservation programme for Budelkhand to be launched tomorrow The Centre has planned an extensive water conservation programme for drought prone areas of Bundelkhand (Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh), Marathwada (Maharashtra) and Kalahandi, Bolangir and Koraput (KBK) region of Odisha.
Initiated during the 4 th Five Year Plan, the objectives of drought prone area programme was providing employment to people in drought-prone areas and creating productive assets. The programme laid emphasis on the construction of labour-intensive civil works, initially.
But later on, it emphasised on irrigation projects, land development programmes, afforestation, grassland development and.A study has been conducted in Upper Seonath sub basin of Chhattisgarh State, to analyse the drought having total geographical area of out of which % is occupied by agricultural land.
This study area comes under Drought Prone Area Program launched by the Author: Preeti Rajput, Mukesh Kumar Verma, Rajesh Kumar Tripathi.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Srivastava, Uma K. Management of Drought-Prone Areas Programme.
New Delhi: Abhinav Publications,