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Project Title :
Preparation of Project Report with Implementation Plan and Economic Analysis
 Detailed description of project

Client

Jala Samvardhane Yojana Sangha (JSYS), Dept. of Water Resources (Minor Irrigation), Bangalore

Outcome

Based on the AFC’s Report, World Bank’s Appraisal Mission appraised the ‘Follow-on’ project and approved World Bank loan and credit of Rs.269 crores. Karnataka’s experience in community based project has triggered similar tank improvement projects in other States, viz., Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Orissa and West Bengal.

Project Name : Preparation of Project Report with Implementation Plan and Economic Analysis for Karnataka Community Based Tank Management Follow-on Project – November 2007

Brief Description : Govt of Karnataka has been implementing a Community based Tank Management Project in 5 districts of State. Recognising the impact of the project, GOK intended to extend the project to other districts of the State. AFC assisted JSYS in the preparation of the Follow-on Project as per World Bank Norms/Guidelines with improvements in project implementation arrangement based on the lessons learnt. The follow on project covers about 1225 irrigation tanks spread over in 37 taluks of 8 Districts in 5 Agro Climatic Zones of the State with an estimated command area of over 51,000 ha. The objective is to improve rural livelihoods and reduce poverty by developing and strengthening community based approaches to managing selected systems

The project components included
  • Establishing an enabling environment for sustainable and decentralised management of tank systems.
  • Strengthening community development and
  • Undertaking tank system improvement. The total cost of the project is estimated at Rs.307 crores. The project will be implemented over a perod of 4 years from 2008 to 2012.