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India - Tamil Nadu Irrigated Agriculture Modernization Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Tamil Nadu Irrigated Agriculture Modernization Project for India is to enhance productivity and climate resilience of irrigated agriculture, improve water management, and increase market opportunities for farmers and agro-entrepreneurs in selected sub-basin areas of Tamil Nadu. There are four components to the project, the first component being irrigation and water management. This component will address irrigation and water management in a holistic manner by covering both supply and demand simultaneously. It consists of four subcomponents: institutional strengthening and capacity building for water management; irrigation systems modernization; participatory irrigation management; and convergence for improved service delivery. The second component is the agriculture productivity enhancement, diversification, improved livelihoods, marketing, and value addition. The component consists of three subcomponents: agriculture intensification and diversification; improved alternative livelihood sources through livestock and inland fisheries; and agriculture marketing, value addition and postharvest management. The third component is the project management support. The project will finance: (a) the establishment and operations of the MDPU; and (b) setting up of an M&E system for the project and contracting of an external M&E agency to monitor the project activities and impact. This component will also finance dedicated staffing for the project activities, consultancies, training and related material, office equipment, and incremental operational costs. Finally, the fourth component is the contingency response. This zero-cost component will finance eligible expenditures under the Contingent Emergency Response (CER) to provide immediate response to an eligible crisis or emergency as needed in Tamil Nadu. This contingency facility can be triggered through formal declaration of an emergency by the government authority and upon a formal request from the GoTN to the World Bank through the Department of Economic Affairs (DEA).


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    India - Tamil Nadu Irrigated Agriculture Modernization Project

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    STEP Systematic Tracking of Exchanges in Procurement;Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Building;Agriculture;farmer;Economic Internal Rate of Return;adverse effects of climate change;Administrative Staff College of India;surface water resource;economic and financial analysis;improving water use efficiency;System of Rice Intensification;Integrated Pest Management;Environmental and Social Safeguard;Investment Project Financing;Selection Based on Consultant;Adaptation to Climate Change;water & irrigation sector;Institutional data;improved water use efficiency;data collection and analysis;threat of climate change;management of irrigation system;National Bank for Agriculture;literacy rate for female;information and communication technology;stress of climate change;fruit and vegetable;water resource planning;agriculture sector;improved service delivery;availability of water;public works department;dissemination of technology;enhanced market access;improve water resource;grievance redress mechanism;integrate water resource;decision support system;irrigation water delivery;capacity development programs;improved market access;production of mineral;Resettlement Policy Framework;Natural Resource Management;sustainable crop production;adverse climate change;irrigation and drainage;Water and Agriculture;Participatory Irrigation Management;heavy precipitation events;intensity of rainfall;crop water requirement;capacity for implementation;development of groundwater;department of fishery;Safeguard Policies;safeguard policy;readiness for implementation;Water Resource Management;service delivery system;Water and Land;international commodity price;Grievance Redress Service;demand for food;irrigation water supply;financial management arrangement;diversification of agriculture;purpose of grant;human development indicator;reduction in poverty;average annual rainfall;climate change risk;resilience of agriculture;sources of water;scarcity of water;climate change threat;majority of farmer;water storage capacity;demand for water;rural area;agriculture production;Irrigated Agriculture;Water Management;conservation technology;irrigation infrastructure;Postharvest Losses;project intervention;interest group;alternative livelihood;inland fishery;Water Shortage;agricultural commodity;irrigated area;improved livelihood;Disease Surveillance;crop yield;Climate Risk;modern technology;result indicator;crop area;crop diversification;agronomic practice;market opportunity;



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