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Water users' association in 28L and 29R outlets of Mettupalayam Distributary in Lower Bhavani Project: farmers' experience

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Status of Irrigation Management Transfer in India Water Users' Association in 28L - and 29R Outlets of Mettupalayam Distributary in Lower Bhavani Project: Farmers' Experience R. Sureshvaran Indian Institute of Management, -Ahmedabad International Irrigation Management Institute , Colombo December, 1995. lg Status of Irrigation Management Transfer in India Water Users' Association in 28L and 29R Outlets of Mettupalayam Distributary in Lower Bhavani Project: Farmers' Ex p R. Sureshvaran Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad International Irrigation Management Institute, Colombo December, 1995 l9 X50 G 2 Water Users' Association in 28L and 29R Outlets of Mettupalayam Distributary in Lower Bhavani Project: Farmers' Experience © Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 1995 International Irrigation Management Institute, Colombo, 1995 All rights reserved Please direct inquiries and comments to: Information Office International Irrigation Management Institute P.O. Box 2075 Colombo Sri Lanka Foreword This booklet is one of the series of short narratives about farmers' efforts to create and manage water user associations . The purpose of the series is to provide other farmers in the state with succinct, readable, and interesting information about these efforts that might enable farmers to improve their access to the irrigation services. This study is being published in both Tamil and English. See the back cover for information about the other narratives in this series. This narrative was written by R. Sureshvaran under the guidance of IIMA and IIMI team members. He lived with the farmers described here from October, 1994 to April, 1995. While there, he interviewed and observed the farmers in order to document the water user association and irrigation management transfer process at this site. The information presented here reflects the ideas and opinions of the farmers themselves. R. Sureshvaran's effort was part of the study on Status of Irri

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