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Tajikistan - Public Employment for Sustainable Agriculture and Water Management Project : emergency project paper (Vol. 2) : Data sheet (Inglês)

The objective of the Public Employment for Sustainable Agriculture and Water Management Project for Tajikistan is to generate temporal employment and rehabilitate irrigation and drainage infrastructure in selected districts in the Khatlon oblast as a means to increase household food security. The requested grant will finance a public works program to provide temporary employment to food insecure rural people, by rehabilitating the farm level irrigation and drainage network in selected high food insecurity districts. It thus responds to a significant drop in remittance income due to the global financial crisis, which has severely compromised current household food security, and to the medium-term constraint to domestic food production caused by inadequate drainage and irrigation. The project will also contribute to improved food security at a national level by financing the technical assistance needed to introduce water basin management as the basis for overall management of Tajikistan's water resources.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2010/05/20

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento do projeto

  • No. do relatório

    52468

  • Nº do volume

    2

  • Total Volume(s)

    2

  • País

    Tajiquistão,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/12/07

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Data sheet

  • Palavras-chave

    absolute terms, access to irrigation, access to water, administrative regions, adverse climatic conditions, Agricultural land, agricultural policy, agricultural practices, agricultural production, agricultural productivity, agricultural regions, agriculture production, animal breeding, arable land, available water, basin management, basins, beneficiary communities, canals, capacity assessment, Catchment, Catchments, child labor, climatic conditions, collective farms, collector drains, community leaders, community participation, Competitive Bidding, conflict, cost of water, Cotton production, crop yields, crossings, cubic meters, daily wage, decision making, demand for water, direct beneficiaries, drainage, drainage channels, drainage systems, economic growth, efficient water use, employment opportunities, employment program, employment programs, engineering, environmental impact, environmental impacts, environmental implications, Environmental Management, evaporation, excess water, extreme poverty, farm irrigation, farm systems, farmer, farmer participation, farmers, female participation, female-headed households, flood damage, flow capacity, flow control, flumes, food availability, food crop, food crop production, food insecure households, food insecurity, food price, food production, glaciers, gravity, groundwater, high food insecurity areas, household food insecurity, household food security, household income, hydraulic structures, income, income gains, income shocks, institutional capacity, irrigation, irrigation management, irrigation systems, lack of knowledge, lack of water, land degradation, land management, Land reform, livestock productivity, livestock products, Living Standards, local authorities, local communities, local ownership, local Water, local Water Users, locality, metering, natural water resources, operators, pipelines, poor, poor households, poor people, poor rural households, poor rural people, poverty estimates, poverty line, pressure, Public participation, public works, public works programs, pump stations, pumping stations, quality of water, regional food, regional government, regional level, regional project, Regional Vice President, replacement of water, Responsibility for water, river basin, river basin management, river basins, river intakes, rivers, rural, rural area, rural areas, rural finance, rural households, rural livelihoods, rural people, rural poor, rural population, rural poverty, Rural poverty reduction, safeguard policies, Safeguards, safety net, safety net programs, Savings, scarce water, scarce water resources, seepage, snow, snow melt, social impacts, social protection, social safety nets, social services, spare parts, stagnant water, SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE, sustainable economic development, sustainable water, targeting, technical assistance, technical specifications, Transaction costs, urban water, vegetables, vulnerable groups, vulnerable households, vulnerable people, wage rates, Water Authorities, water availability, water code, water distribution, Water Governance, water legislation, water logging, water losses, WATER MANAGEMENT, water metering, water meters, water reservoirs, water resource, water resource management, water resources, Water Resources Management, Water Sector, Water Sector Development, water supply, water table, water use, Water User, water users, Water Users Association, waters, weirs, winter months, working days

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