سال انتشار: ۱۳۸۶

محل انتشار: چهارمین کنفرانس آسیایی و دهمین سمینار بین المللی مدیریت مشارکتی آبیاری

تعداد صفحات: ۳۶

نویسنده(ها):

Hafied – Ph.D., P.Eng., is a Board of Director of International Network on Participatory Irrigation Management (I
Gany – Ph.D., P.Eng., is a Board of Director of International Network on Participatory Irrigation Management (I

چکیده:

Out of obout 315 abstracts that had been submitted, 95 papers that have been accepted for the “۴th Asian Regional Conference” and “the 10th International Seminar on Participatory Irrigation Management, and about 50 papers for History Seminar for presentation, or about 135 papers altogether. There are 44 papers belong to Theme 1 (A Review on Participatory Measures in Irrigation); 23 papers belong to Theme 2 (Required Grounds and Facilities for PIM Formation); and 28 papers belong to Theme 3 (Support System for PIM Sustainability). On top on these figures, there are nine key speakers to give highlights of the underlying issues on PIM. Among others: (1) Problems and perspectives of PIM under themall Land Holding Condition (INPIM-INA); (2) Irrigation Management Transfer (IRAN); (3) Irrigation Management Reform; (4) Success and sustainability of PIM (INPIM); (5) Performance PIM (FAO); (6) The Impacts of Management Transfer; (7) Experience on Management Transfer (The World bank); (8) Water Users, Participatory Management and Sectoral Reform (IWMI); (9) International Networks on Participatory Irrigation Management (The World Bank). The present general report has been abstracted from Theme 3 giving special scrutiny on “Support system for sustainability of Participatory Irrigation Management”. Out of which, 21 papers are accepter for oral presentation and seven papers for poster presentation. Based on overall review of the 28 papers on Theme three, the issues have been grouped into sin major sub themes, which are highly relevant with the theme, despite that some particular aspects are unavoidably “overlapped” to some extent with other themes. This report, therefore, fucuses a special scrutiny on these six sub-themes (sections) with some interrelated context with the other two themes. The issues are highlighted in Section 7. The general outline of the report based of grouping in somewhat random order, are highlight as the following groups: (1) Institutional Aspects, Constraints, and Opportunity; (2) Concepts and Analysisis of Public Participation; (3) Sustainability of Participatory Irrigation Management; (4) Evaluation of Irrigation Project Performance; (5) Impacts of Socio-economic development; (6) Capacity Building; and (7) Salient highlights of the papers on the theme “Support System for PIM Sustainable”.