Baseline survey for farmers organizations of Mirwal and Shahpur Small Dams, Punjab, Pakistan

by Muhammad Asghar Cheema

Publisher: Pakistan National Program, International Irrigation Management Institute in Lahore

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-72).

StatementMuhammad Asghar Cheema, Don Jayatissa Bandaragoda
SeriesReport -- no. R-38
ContributionsBandaragoda, D. J., International Irrigation Management Institute. Pakistan National Program
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 86 p. :
Number of Pages86
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Open LibraryOL25034434M
LC Control Number2011327209

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In Punjab, Pakistan's bread basket, over 1m acres of crops have been destroyed. "The body of water going south is affecting a large highly densely populated area.

It. Irrigation Inefficiency. The total surface water allocation for the Punjab as per Water Accord is million hectare meters ( MAF). There are, however, huge water losses in the distribution network comprising of main/branch canals, distributaries, minors, and tertiary conveyance systems comprising of more t watercourses.These dams, along with a series of headworks and barrages built by the British and expanded since independence, are of vital importance to the national economy and played an important role in calming the raging floodwaters ofwhich devastated large areas in the northern highlands and the Punjab plains.

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