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2015 - Flood-Based Livelihoods Network

June 25, 2021

Potential Assessment of Flood Based Farming on lower Omo Ghibe Basin (draft)

Title: Potential Assessment of Flood Based Farming on lower Omo Ghibe Basin (draft) Authors: Eyasu Yazew, Atinkut Mezgebu, Tesfa-alem Gebreegziabher Embaye Daniel Teka and Ermias Alemu Type: Document Year: 2015 Description: Report of the research to find out the effects of the Omo Ghibe basin, Ghibe I, II and III hydropower development dams on the

June 25, 2021

Multi Reservoir Operation and Challenges of the Omo River Basin: Part II Assessment of Flood-based Farming on lower Omo Ghibe Basin

Title: Multi Reservoir Operation and Challenges of the Omo River Basin: Part II Assessment of Flood-based Farming on lower Omo Ghibe Basin Author: Eyasu Yazew (PhD), Atinkut Mezgebu (PhD), Tesfa-alem Gebreegziabher Embaye, Daniel Teka (PhD), Ermias Alemu Year: 2015 Description: This report describes the research targeting at assessing the impact of upstream developmental interventions on

June 25, 2021

Concept paper on Spate Irrigation and Irrigation sector development in Awaran District

Title: Concept paper on Spate Irrigation and Irrigation sector development in Awaran District Author: Spate Irrigation Network Pakistan Type: Paper Year: 2015 Description: This paper describes the current situation and possibilities regarding spate irrigation and irrigation sector development in Awaran District in Balochistan, Pakistan.

June 25, 2021

Effect of sowbug on Soil Aggregate Stability in a Desert Region (Case Study: Gareh Bygone Plain, Iran)

Title: Effect of sowbug on Soil Aggregate Stability in a Desert Region (Case Study: Gareh Bygone Plain, Iran) Authors: Gholamreza Rahbar, Ataollah Kavian, Mahmood Habibnezhad Rooshan, Ahang Kowsar and Kaka Shahedi Year: 2015 Type: Article in Ecoperzia 2015, 3 (4), 1189-1199 Description: This article desribes the appearance of sowbugs in sedimentation basins of the artificial

June 25, 2021

Assessing the performance of water user associations in the Gash Irrigation Project

Title: Assessing the performance of water user associations in the Gash Irrigation Project Author: Lee A. Ngirazie, Ageel I. Bushara, Jerry W. Knox Year: 2015 (published in Water International – IWRA) Description: In many countries, water user associations (WUAs) have assumed responsibility for managing irrigation systems, but their performance is known to vary markedly. This

June 25, 2021

Environmental and Socio-Economic Aspects of Hurry, a Traditional Agroforestry System in Sindh, Pakistan.

Title: Environmental and Socio-Economic Aspects of Hurry, a Traditional Agroforestry System in Sindh, Pakistan. Author: Dr. G.R. Keerio Year: 2015 Description: This book describes a study on Hurry plantation, which is a traditional agroforestry practice in Sindh. It highlights its economic and environmental aspects to promote what benefits this traditional system offers for the improvement

June 24, 2021

Technical Note: Supporting and promoting flood-based farming systems

Title: Technical Note: Supporting and promoting flood-based farming systems Authors: IFAD Year: 2015 Description: Flood Based Farming Systems have often been overlooked, if not misunderstood, by decision makers, agricultural experts and professionals. A good example is the construction of large-scale surface water storage that more often than not does not taken into account the presence

June 24, 2021

Managing Prosopis Juliflora for better (agro-) pastoral Livelihoods in the Horn of Africa

Title: Managing Prosopis Juliflora for better (agro-) pastoral Livelihoods in the Horn of Africa Author: GIZ Year: 2015 Description: This document summarizes the presentations held and the results of the discussions during the 2-day conference on Prosopis juliflora. This regional conference was organized by GIZ (Germany), Mekelle University (Ethiopia) UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (the