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India - Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Project - environmental assessment (English)

The Srisailam Right Branch Canal (SRBC) and the Kakatiya Main Canal of the Sri Rama Sagar Project (SRSP) and their commands constitute an irrigation project aimed at eradicating poverty in the Rayala Seema region. They comprise the major components of the Third Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Project, which completes the spillover work of the Second Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Project. This detailed socio-economic survey of the affected households is written to prepare for drawing up a comprehensive and viable resettlement and rehabilitation plan. It studies the impact of land acquisition, a pre-requisite for formulating an economic rehabilitation plan. It finds a substantial number of land holdings reduced to lower levels and many people becoming landless after project-related land acquisition. The study shows a slight decrease in the overall irrigated area under dug wells but an increase of irrigated area under bore/tube wells. Total household production loss appears high, and calls for reasonable rehabilitation support to "project-affected persons"--persons or households who lost 25 percent or more of their land and the landless attached to affected households. The report relies on household surveys to reveal the qualitative and quantitative changes in housing, livestock ownership, the displacement of cultivators into wage labor, agricultural implements and equipment, total annual household income and expenditures, and poverty levels.

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  • Author

    Agricultural Finance Corporation Limited, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh, India

  • Document Date

    1995/12/31

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E170

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    7

  • Country

    India,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    India - Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Project - environmental assessment

  • Keywords

    land acquisition;study area;affected households;resettlement and rehabilitation;construction of structure;irrigated area;affected persons;irrigation;status of woman;loss of land;agricultural support service;area under irrigation;black cotton soil;average household income;income generating scheme;field work;impact of land;acquisition of land;loss of crop;formation of women;sale of good;income from agriculture;average literacy rate;source of income;source income;sale of property;irrigation infrastructure;geographical area;economic rehabilitation;sex ratio;socio-economic survey;crop production;irrigation potential;demographic profile;adverse affect;joint family;production loss;operational area;marginal farmer;commercial crop;share cropping;resource base;household survey;affected villages;household affect;Dry land;female population;cropping intensity;cultural features;agricultural production;bore well;productive asset;land holding;dug well;Water Management;work leave;rehabilitation plan;income earning;annual precipitation;skill improvement;large population;agricultural labor;mud wall;cultivable waste;adequate compensation;concrete slab;living standard;livestock head;agricultural produce;earning capacity;land loss;maximum temperature;crop productivity;rehabilitation programmes;canal system;cultural situation;irrigation works;distribution network;village development;spoken language;government land;increased income;nuclear family;headed household;production system;survey household;approach road;industrial worker;construction schedule;infrastructural facility;adequate infrastructure;telecommunication facilities;cultural life;state share;work force;production level;irrigation development;equal status;class structure;human habitation;sizeable population;caste system;cultural characteristics;cereal crop;immovable asset;irrigation purpose;tribal custom;tube wells;religious group;present study;arid conditions;social status;coastal belt;agricultural labour;canal command;crop yield;secondary sources;agricultural implement;surface stream;asset acquisition;telegraph offices;female workforce;black soil;tertiary sector;primary sector;cultivated area;child benefit;

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Agricultural Finance Corporation Limited, Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh, India

India - Andhra Pradesh Irrigation Project - environmental assessment (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/515521468771705609/India-Andhra-Pradesh-Irrigation-Project-environmental-assessment