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AcknowledgementsThese maps were developed by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) for the Department of Agriculture (DoA). This process was financed by the European Union through International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD): Africa to Asia - Testing Adaptation in Flood-based Resources Management under the Programme Putting ...
06 Feb 20 - Source: CIGAR | WLE - Myanmar's food future hinges on ensuring access to water, especially in times of worsening drought. This is especially true in the Central Dry Zone – the country's most water-stressed region. Rainfall is often highly erratic, and many areas have been seeing less and less in recent years. And it's likely to get wors...
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Indigenous farmers formed a local community (Water User Association) called Five village Bless, led to effective irrigation management by ensuring reliable and equal water distribution in support of their livelihoods in MyinMu Township, Sagaing Region in Myanmar.Local farmers can regulate the water distribution towards their own irrigated fields wh...
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) manages the "Testing Adaptation in Flood-Based Resource Management" project that seeks to support the integration of Flood-Based Farming Systems (FBFS) in the Ayeyarwaddy Delta of Myanmar. Funded by the European Commission and the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), the project...
the chili harvesting was taken in Na Be Khu in the scheme by Petra Schmitter, IWMI Water distribution becomes more effective and equal in central dry zone to farmers' fields in a result of Pyawt Ywar Pump Irrigation Project. Pyawt Ywar is situated 70 kilometers west of Mandalay in Myinmu Township where Mu River pour into Ayeyarwaddy River.The...
This report is part of a broader study conducted by the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), in collaboration with the National Engineering and Planning Services (NEPS), and Myanmar Marketing Research and Development (MMRD) Research Services, under the 'Sustainable 2 management of water to improve food security and livelihoods in the Dr...
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