Experimental games for developing institutional capacity to manage common water infrastructure in India
Shalander Kumar and
Agricultural Water Management, 2019, vol. 221, issue C, 260-269
Since the 1990s, India invested more than one billion USD in participatory watershed development. Amongst other interventions, the rehabilitation of small-scale water harvesting infrastructure is a main focus. Nevertheless, despite its multiple economic and ecological benefits, many communities fail to maintain the structures. External support in this regard focuses largely on the promotion of blueprint solutions such as community water funds or organizational capacity development of Water User Associations. Little attention is paid to supporting the communities in developing rules related to the actual water and water infrastructure management.
Keywords: Watershed management; Capacity development; Games for sustainability; Social learning; Facilitation tools; India (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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