3 edition of policy impacts on farmers" production and resource use in the irrigated scheme of Gezira, Sudan found in the catalog.
policy impacts on farmers" production and resource use in the irrigated scheme of Gezira, Sudan
Mohamed Abdelgadir Adam
|Statement||by Mohamed Abdelgadir Adam.|
|Series||Farming systems and resource economics in the Tropics -- vol. 25|
|LC Classifications||HD2123.5.Z9 G492 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
36) Economic Policies and the Irrigated Agriculture in Sudan: Lessons from the Gezira Scheme. Amel Mubarak, Ali Salih and Khalid Siddig. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany. 37) Market Linkages and Price Transmission in Sudan: Lessons from Sesame Markets. Khalid Siddig. The National Irrigation Policy covers all relevant areas of irrigation interventions. These include: the Introduction, which covers the background of irrigation development, challenges facing irrigation development, opportunities available for development of irrigated agriculture and rationale for having the National Irrigation Size: KB. i assessment of water quality and soil properties for irigation in the horticultural crops producing areas of alhegaina, north kordofan state sudan.
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Irrigated Forest Plantations in the Sudan: Case Study Gezira Agricultural Scheme Conference Paper (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. reform of production arrangements in the scheme, Gezira will policy impacts on farmers production and resource use in the irrigated scheme of Gezira be the engine of growth that Sudan desperately needs in the nineties.
Placing the farmer at the center of the production process, with the Government and parastatal providing the enabling environment through a policy framework and basic. Request PDF | Economic Policies and the Irrigated Agriculture in Sudan: Lessons from the Gezira Scheme | Sudan is a vast country with sizable land and natural resources.
Between and The Gezira irrigation scheme in Sudan: objectives, design, and performance (English) Abstract. This report is part of a series of case studies on the performance of irrigation systems in different countries. These studies focus on the extent to which the design of the irrigation system fosters effective water management and provides equitable, Cited by: Other articles where Gezira Scheme is discussed: Sudan: Mechanized agriculture: areas are centred on the Gezira Scheme (Al-Jazīrah)—with its Mangil extension—between the Blue and White Niles south of Khartoum.
Other major farming areas are watered by the Khashm Al-Qirbah Dam on the Atbara River and by Al-Ruṣayriṣ Dam, which provides irrigation water for the Rahad Scheme. Farmers in El Gezira, south of Khartoum, will stage a protest in front of the state’s government offices in Wad Madani coming Thursday.
They will submit a memorandum to President Omar Al Bashir, signed by s farmers, demanding the dismissal of the newly appointed director of El Gezira Agricultural Scheme, and the replacement of the Board of Directors of the Farmers' Union by a new. The Gezira Scheme (Arabic: مشروع الجزيرة ) is one of the largest irrigation projects in the world.
It is centered on the Sudanese state of Al Jazirah, just southeast of the confluence policy impacts on farmers production and resource use in the irrigated scheme of Gezira the Blue and White Nile rivers at the city of Gezira Scheme was begun by the British while the area was governed as part of Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
light on the current status of agriculture and water resources, as well as the food situation in Sudan, especially with regard to recurrent droughts, desertification and climate change conditions.
The report consists of five parts. The first part comprises the introduction and general country information; it ends with historical background about. The present study was carried out in the Gezira scheme to measure the impact of water borne diseases, e.g., Malaria and Bilharzias on rural development in Gezira scheme.
The study was established on the assumption that water borne diseases have a drastic effect on the farmer income due to his absence from work because of the above mentioned two Cited by: 1. Irrigation is the application of controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals.
Irrigation helps to grow agricultural crops, maintain landscapes, and revegetate disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of less than average rainfall. Irrigation also has other uses in crop production, including frost protection, suppressing weed growth in grain fields and preventing soil.
The Blue Nile, which contributes 68% of the yield of the White Nile, is the main source of water and plant nutrients for GIS. Its electrical conductivity is only mΩ; with an annual suspended load of 60 million tones (Plusquellec, ).The main water reservoir is the million cubic meter (MCM) Senar dam which supplies over 5 BCM by: 2.
Projects in the western part of Sudan were implemented during the s, s and late s to combat the effects of drought by improving crop production and increasing municipal water use. However, few of those projects have succeeded in combining technical efficiency with low cost and acceptability to the local agro-pastoralist farmers.
Gezira Irrigation Scheme in Sudan: Objectives, Design, and Performance (World Bank Technical Paper) by Herve L. Plusquellec (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Gezira scheme shows the lowest WFP due to the relative long experiences of farmers, highest governmental attention (the largest and oldest scheme) and to the continuous water management building capacity program conducted by the Water Management.
3 In the Gezira scheme, which accounts for about half of all land under large-scale irrigation, the average size of tenancy was feddans in the late s.
See, World Bank, Sudan: Options for the Sustainable Development of the Gezira Scheme, OctoWashington, D.C., p 4 Ibid, p. 5 Ibid, pFile Size: KB. the Gezira scheme and to potential areas of irrigation development. It is a truism that isotope methods, notably the use of neutron (soil moisture) and gamma (soil density) gauges, offer a new and effective means of research into plant-soil-water relationships.
Cope's final report on the project in which he took part is adequate. This is analysed in this paper for the case of the Sudan Gezira Scheme. Within the limits of freedom attained under the existing situation, the tenant shifts resources—especially irrigation water—from cotton growing to the production of other crops which yield more returns to the scarce resources than cotton does at current by: 4.
The policy impacts on farmers´ production and resource use in the irrigated scheme of Gezira, Sudan. Published in: DOPPLER, W. (eds.): Farming Systems and Resource Economics in the Tropics, Vol. 25, pages, Wissenschaftsverlag Vauk: Kiel (ISBN ) WACHHOLTZ, R.: Socio-Economics of bedouin farming systems in dry areas of Northern.
ADAM, M. (): The policy impacts on farmers´ production and resource use in the irrigated scheme of Gezira, Sudan. Published in: DOPPLER, W. (eds.): Farming Systems and Resource Economics in the Tropics, Vol.
25, pages, Wissenschaftsverlag Vauk: Kiel (ISBN ). The area in this sector was estimated at a million is major Schemes are Gezira, Rahad, New-Halfa and Suki. The sub-sector contributes an average of 21% of the total value of agricultural production, %of wheat and 25% of sorghum produced in the country.
Although its contribution to sorghum production is low relative to the rain- fed. The environmental impacts of four insecticides on non-target organisms in the Gezira Irrigation Scheme canals of Sudan. Karim AA, Haridi AA, el Rayah EA.
The toxic effects of the insecticides endosulfan, decamethrin, dimethoate and dursban on the aquatic fauna Cited by: Sudan’s fertile alluvial soils, favourable climate and abundant water resources provide favourable conditions for irrigated agriculture.
In a treaty between Egypt and Sudan they agreed on the division and use of the Nile waters, in which Sudan is entitled approximately 20 BCM of the 80 BCM of water that are available in an average year.
Gezira, whose older part was thereafter called the Gezira Main (Fig. The entire scheme is managed by the Sudan Gezira Board from its headquarters at Barakat near Wad Medani. The board operates from a two-story yellow-brick bungalow, with green verandas and a.
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33, The productivity and profitability of small scale communal irrigation systems in South-eastern Africa, pp. Cited by: 7. Environmental impacts of irrigated agricultural practices in the West Bank were examined by field surveys of an area of 2, ha, which involved farmers and a total of 22% of the irrigated area in the West Bank.
Data were analyzed to determine the quantity Total irrigated areas and crop production patterns in the West Bank are shown in. AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION IN SUDAN, POLICIES AND REALITY THE CASE OF KHARTOUM STATE (), Coffee production and export marketing structure- The case of Burundi.
7 O'Hara, Peter (), A marriage between trade and aid, a better chance for an effective development Farmer field schools as a learning process for farmers File Size: 1MB. Civil War in Sudan: The Impact of Ecological Degradation ENVIRONMENT AND CONFLICTS PROJECT (ENCOP) International Project on Violence nd Conflicts Caused by Environmental Degradation and Peaceful Conflict Resolution Mohamed Suliman Institute For African Alternatives UK (IFAA) ENCOP - Sudan Programme 23 Bevenden Street, London, N1 6BH, UK ph: +44 71 * fax: +44 71.
The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improving the state of the world by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.
Incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation inand headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, the Forum is tied to no political, partisan or national interests. HARNESSING FARMERS’ KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTIONS more investigation is needed to link skin infections to particular water pollutants (Trang et al., ).
Studies in Nepal, Cambodia, India, Pakistan and Vietnam have strongly associated skin diseases to contact with untreated wastewater (Keraita et al., b). HUMAN EXCRETA USE. Abstract- The study assessesIrrigated Tomato Farming on Resource Productivity of Farmers in Vandeikya, Local Government Area of Benue state.
To achieve this, primary and secondary data were used. The analytical tools include descriptive statistics and stochastic frontier production function applied on a crosssectional data of irrigated Cited by: 1. The production relationships are invisible. Therefore, farmers have to be employed for production of the maize seeds by recognized research institutions in Southern Sudan.
The current issue on land rights, land ownership have to be settled once and for all which may in turn encourage the investors to come to Southern : Issam A.W.
Mohamed. Aquaculture development was hampered in the irrigation canals of the Gezira Scheme (Sudan) because of the use of harmful insecticides, larvicides and molluscicides and the lack of co-ordinated administrative and technical measures to cope with pollution in these canals (George, ).
Poor farmers need to access real-time information and they need to be able to exchange and apply it. Smart ICT (e.g. cell-phones backed up by the web) can play a fundamental role in the communication process for flood events and can provide quick, real time information on how to best manage flood water for agricultural production.
Benefits and Policy Options for Irrigated Maize Production in Kenya. Authors Otieno D, Kirimi L, Odhiambo N Kenya among the resource poor farmers. It used a cross sectional survey to purposively, and secondary data, the study found that irrigated maize price and directly related to the cost of production.
Irrigated maize had a breakeven. Agricultural cooperatives as a means for agricultural development: the case of western Sudan small farmers' cooperatives Siddig El Tayeb Muneer Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theQuantitative, Qualitative, Comparative, and Historical Methodologies Commons, and.
The process of policy formulation 23 Implementation 23 Results 27 5. Interpretations 27 Political goals more important to political elites than economic ones 28 Winning elections 28 Maintaining coalitions: Strong importers and weak producers 30 The centrality of the bureaucracy in policy making and.
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The preparation of the third edition of the Irrigation Manual is an initiative of FAO's Sub-Regional Office for East and Southern Africa (SAFR). The whole project was managed and coordinated by Andreas P. Savva and Karen Frenken, Water Resources Development and Management Officers at FAO-SAFR, who are considered as the main authors.
Goals / Objectives This project will examine the farm structural characteristics of irrigated agriculture across four aggregate irrigated farm size groups. The project will use Farm & Ranch Irrigation Survey (FRIS) data to examine differences in farm acres, acres irrigated, irrigation technology used and water management practices, water use by water source, irrigation repair and.
ATPS (): Farmers’ Perception and Adaptive Capacity to Climate Change and Variability in the Upper Catchment of Blue Nile, Ethiopia 7 ATPS Working Paper No. 77 The study examined the perception of farmers towards climate change; assessed local impacts of climate change on the agriculture sector; identified local innovations for climate.
in Gezira constitutes no less than half of the total irrigated area of Mha (Soil Survey Administration, ) in Sudan and produces cotton, the main cash crop in the country, and a considerable share of wheat and other crops. Gezira clay plain falls between the latitudes of 13°30´and 15°30 ´North and the longitudes of 32°30 and 33°Most of the world=s fruits and vegetables are grown with irrigation.
Providing the same food without irrigation would likely have even greater environmental impacts. We must educate the public of the benefits of irrigated agriculture and work to minimize the negative environmental impacts.
Article - full text (enhanced PDF format, bytes).In his recent book, Planning Improvised Development (Palgrave, ), Maurits discusses the huge Gezira Scheme in Sudan as a result of daily interactions between all different kinds of interested parties.
Maurits is president of the International Water History Association (IWHA) and is one of two main editors of Water History, the official.