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India - Integrated Watershed Development (Hills II) Project (English)

The Integrated Watershed Development (Hills II) Project aims to improve India's productive potential in five states, using evolving watershed treatment technologies and community participatory approaches. The project contributes significantly to decreasing soil erosion, increasing water availability, and alleviating poverty in the contiguous areas of the Shivalik hills in the five project states. The project has two main components: 1) Watershed protection and development; and 2) Institutional strengthening. The first component includes watershed treatments, fodder and livestock development, and rural infrastructure development. The second component includes policy reforms, studies, and human resource development; beneficiary capacity building; income generating activities for women; information management and monitoring and evaluation; and support to project coordination.




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India - Integrated Watershed Development (Hills II) Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.