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Reviving Community Managed Tank Based Fisheries
Author: WASSAN
Published Year:2010
Reviving Community Managed Tank based Fisheries - Processes emerging from the Experience of AP Drought Adaptation Initiative (APDAI)
APDAI Rainfed Agriculture [56]
Community Managed Livestock Insurance
Author: WASSAN
Published Year:2010
Community Managed Livestock Insurance - Process steps
APDAI Rainfed Agriculture [26]
Community managed Preventive Healthcare Services
Author: WASSAN
Published Year:2010
APDAI Rainfed Agriculture [15]
Improving Goat Productio Systems
Author: WASSAN
Published Year:2010
APDAI Rainfed Agriculture [19]
Pasujeevalaku Teekalu -- -- [9]
Pedolla Padi Avulu Mekalu -- -- [9]
Pottella Pillala Pempakam -- -- [4]
Ram Lamb Rearing -- -- [10]
Reviving Deccani Sheep Breed for Cimate Resilience -- -- [3]
System of Rice Intensification (SRI) Manual -- -- [49]
Strengthening the Backyard Poultry -- -- [1]
At 5 - Building Capacities
Author: WASSAN
Published Year:2005
WASSAN is a learning organization trying to live up to the expectations and with the spirit of what the revolutionary poet Sri Sri says ‘kadiledi kadilinchedi, maredi marpinchedi’ (the one that moves and get moved; and, the one that changes and gets changed). The focus on influencing the executive processes in advocacy showed the incompleteness of such an effort. A matching civil society pressure - from the unions, media, rights based movements and by the poor at large would help in realising the fruits of such policy achievements. Strengthening people centered advocacy is one area WASSAN would be investing time in the future. A role is emerging to influence larger processes and to facilitate emergence of WASSAN like networking initiatives in other states. Policy initiatives in revitalising rainfed agriculture, productivity enhancement, sustainable natural resource use (ground water and common lands in particular), and livestock-livelihoods-natural resources related issues would be at the center stage of the advocacy process. Concentrated efforts would be made integrate these initiatives with poor at the centre stage in programs like National Food for Work Program, Watershed development, Comprehensive Land Development Program. More than anything, securing community control over the program is a challenging task to pursue. Professional support services would be provided to the dalit and resource-poor groups to solve the intricate land-ownership related problems and to develop their lands. Strengthening the work with CBOs - Mandal Mahila Samakhyas and NRM based cooperatives, and initiating stronger partnerships with Panchayat Raj Institutions would be at the core of the support services. Institutionalising livelihoods based NRM agenda within the operational framework of these institutions, strengthening their capacities and mainstreaming this agenda would be the nodes of action. Having achieved a breakthrough in the institutional design of capacity building processes, now the focus would be to facilitate rooting of these institutional processes within the cluster level livelihood resource centers. The scale of the effort needed is daunting. All these efforts need a greater role by NGOs, Civil Society and people based organisations. WASSAN would pool up all its energies along with Network partners towards this direction.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [1]
Realize full potential of Paddy Plant - SRI Method of Paddy Cultivation (English)
Author: WASSAN
The objective of this booklet is to give the principles and opportunities behind the below aspects. To achieve higher productivity in paddy. SRI method of paddy cultivation helps in achieving the below. - A Plant should have more number of tillers - The number of effective tillers should be higher - The number of grains in a panicle should be higher - The grain weight should be more.
WWF - ICRISAT and WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [2]
Realize full potential of Paddy Plant - SRI Method of Paddy Cultivation (Telugu)
Author: WWF - ICRISAT and WASSAN
The objective of this booklet is to give the principles and opportunities behind the below aspects. To achieve higher productivity in paddy. SRI method of paddy cultivation helps in achieving the below. - A Plant should have more number of tillers - The number of effective tillers should be higher - The number of grains in a panicle should be higher - The grain weight should be more.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [0]
Realize full potential of Paddy Plant - SRI Method of Paddy Cultivation (Hindi)
Author: WWF - ICRISAT and WASSAN
The objective of this booklet is to give the principles and opportunities behind the below aspects. To achieve higher productivity in paddy. SRI method of paddy cultivation helps in achieving the below. - A Plant should have more number of tillers - The number of effective tillers should be higher - The number of grains in a panicle should be higher - The grain weight should be more.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [1]
Realize full potential of Paddy Plant - SRI Method of Paddy Cultivation (Kannada)
Author: WWF - ICRISAT and WASSAN
The objective of this booklet is to give the principles and opportunities behind the below aspects. To achieve higher productivity in paddy. SRI method of paddy cultivation helps in achieving the below. - A Plant should have more number of tillers - The number of effective tillers should be higher - The number of grains in a panicle should be higher - The grain weight should be more.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [2]
Weeders - A Reference Compendium
Author: WWF - ICRISATI and WASSAN
In SRI method of Paddy Cultivation, weeds are not seen as a problem, but as an opportunity. As the weeds are incorporated into the soil by way of mechanical weeder, it helps build up of soil organic matter and subsequently large and diverse microbial population in the soil. Now various weeders are available for use in SRI. Few innovative farmers did several experiments for different soil situations and easy operation accordingly design changes are made. Some farmers even developed multi-row weeders. This reference compendium provides a glimpse of these innovative designs.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [1]
Taking Roots - Experiences with SRI in Andhra Pradesh
Author: CSA and WASSAN
Published Year:2009
The experience on system of rice intensification from Andhra Pradesh demonstrates that the yield of rice can be increased by 25% or more by changing soil, water and nutrient management.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [0]
Developing the full potential of Assigned Lands
Author: Ch. Ravi Kumar
Published Year:2006
Comprehensive Land Development Program (CLDP), initiated by Government of Andhra Pradesh in November 2004 is a bold new attempt at investing substantially on the lands assigned to the poor, particularly dalits and other weaker sections. This report gives a brief presentation on the historical context and operational modalities of CLDP followed by an analysis and critical reflection of the implementation processes through the mirror of a sustained civil society engagement with the program. This report also attempts to capture the key aspects in the process of engagement of civil society organisation with CLDP. This report also attempts to capture the key aspects in the process of engagement of civil society organisations with CLDP. It is based on significant learnings from the NGO programme in Andhra Pradesh supported by SDC and IC with WASSAN as its partner.
Intercooperation and WASSAN land employment and entitlements [0]
On the Margin - Poor and their lands
Author: DDS and WASSAN
Dalit Watershed Program of DDS focused on improving land and livelihoods of Dalits. It provided several insights into making the assigned lands productive and is instrumental in conceptualizing the Comprehensive Land Development Program by the state government of Andhra Pradesh The study report was jointly published by DDS and WASSAN.
WASSAN watershed management [1]
Steps in Planning Process - CLDP -- --
Stepping Stones in Watershed Processes
Author: WASSAN
WASSAN Action Study Project (English) - This is a book based on the report of WASSAN Action Study Project. It throws light on the key learnings of various processes involved in the watershed programme. Various initiatives undertaken and all the constraints faced in the process combined with critical lessons are effectively highlighted. And all these are supplemented with well documented people’s experiences interspersed in between. Published with the support from AEI Luxembourg through CWS. Useful as a road map for all the process oriented stakeholders involved with the watershed programme.
WASSAN Action Study Project watershed management [2]
Convergence of Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Panchayat Raj Institutes (PRIs) in Natural R
Author: WASSAN and SDC-IC
Published Year:2002
This was a short study preceding a workshop on the themes supported by SDC-IC. It was in collaboration with Pilupu and SDC-IC. The workshop proceedings on the subject were published.
WASSAN watershed management [1]
Upscaling of Successful Experiences in the Mainstream Watershed Programme in India - Mechanism, Inst
Author: WASSAN, WDCU, PLF, WORT and MANAGE
Published Year:2005
A research network consisting of WASSAN, WOTR (Ahmednagar) and Poverty Learning Foundation (PLF, Hyderabad) studied the Experiences of DANIDA supported projects in Maharashtra, Orissa and Karnataka on the themes of user rights, sustainability of watershed interventions, capacity building strategies, targeting poor and participatory monitoring and evaluation systems. Experiences of other organisations and programs like KAWAD, ISPWDK, World Bank projects etc., from across the country were also drawn from the working group meetings on the three main. Drawing lessons from these experiences over several consultation processes, the operational strategies and policy recommendations are conceptualized. The outputs were shared with wider audience in the National Workshop organized in Delhi in May 2005. These outputs are expected to contribute to improving the watershed policy framework on these themes at the national level.
WASSAN watershed management [1]
Hariyali Guidelines : Issues and Concerns
Author: WASSAN and APRLP
Published Year:2003
An output based on the consultations with CBOs, NGOs and PRI representatives and subsequently a national level workshop held in the context of Central Government issuing the Hariyali Guidelines. Outlines the key issues and concerns and provides a policy perspective with some suggestions for strengthening the involvement of PRIs in watershed implementation. It provides some base for the debate among Planners, PIAs and PRIs on the Policy perspective. Original Hariyali Guidelines, 2003 and a paper submitted during National Workshop are included in toto. Published with the support from APRLP.
WASSAN watershed management [0]
Hariyali - Process Guidelines - 2003
Author: someone
Published Year:2015
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WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [1]
Realize full potential of Paddy Plant - SRI Method of Paddy Cultivation (Oriya)
Author: WWF - ICRISAT and WASSAN
The objective of this booklet is to give the principles and opportunities behind the below aspects. To achieve higher productivity in paddy. SRI method of paddy cultivation helps in achieving the below. - A Plant should have more number of tillers - The number of effective tillers should be higher - The number of grains in a panicle should be higher - The grain weight should be more.
WASSAN Rainfed Agriculture [0]
Crop Water Budgeting
Author: M.V. Ramachandrudu
Published Year:2015
WASSAN has developed this protocols for conducting "crop water budgeting" exercise, in the context of IGWDP. WASSAN conducted an assessment of relevant experiences and protocols on this theme in the state / country, before contextualizing the "Crop Water Budgeting" method for watershed projects. This document is prepared not only to capture the "processes" followed for conducting crop water budgeting exercise, but also to convert these processes into useful "process steps and guidelines" for repeating this exercise in other parts of the country. Thus, this document is expected to function as a "manual" for the facilitators, who would conduct this crop water budgeting exercise.
WASSAN Watershed Management
Birds Eye View of Processes - Status Across States, Facilitators and Donors (Volume - 1) -- --
Indepth View of Critical Themes - Institutions, Finances and Equity (Volume - 3) -- --
Policies and Possibilities - Compilation of Good Practices (Volume 4) -- --
Making them Better - Gap Analysis, Enabling and Disabling Factors and Recommendations (Volume 5) -- --
Recommendations at a Glance (Volume 6) -- --
Process Index - Understanding Processes of Watershed Development Program in India (Volume - 2) -- --