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NABARD ASSISTED WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

Objective of WDF
The objective of the fund is to spread the message of participatory watershed development & to replicate & consolidate the isolated successful initiatives under different programmes in the government, semi-government & NGO sectors. Watershed community, central and state government departments, banks, agricultural research institutions, NGOs & NABARD will act in concert to make a breakthrough in participatory watershed development

NABARD – WDF: The union budget for 1999-2000 announced the creation of watershed development fund in NABARD. In pursuance thereof, the Board of Directors of NABARD approved the proposal of creation of WDF with a Rs.100 Crores contribution from NABARD and a matching upfront contribution of Rs. 100 Crores from the Government of India raising the size of the fund to Rs. 200 Crores. The actual allocation to the State is Rs 60 crores.

Objectives of RIDF
Rejuvenation of drinking water bore well sources in drinking water problematic villages

During 2005-06 it was planned to develop an area of 3700 hectares with an outlay of Rupees 220 lakhs, against which an area of 2285 hectares was developed by incurring Rupees 134.53 lakhs.

NABARD – RIDF: This project has been sanctioned by NABARD under RIDF – 10 assistance with a project cost of Rs. 3124 lakhs to implement the project in 1286 villages covering 109 taluks in 21 districts. During 2005-06 it was planned to establish 10750 water harvesting/conservation structures with an outlay of Rupees 3061.02 lakhs, against which 3435 structures has been established by incurring Rupees 978.05 lakhs.

NWDPRA Project

Importance of Watershed
River Valley Project (RVP)
Area Scenario for Development on Watershed
Drought Prone Area Development Programme (DPAP)
Objectives of Watershed
Desert Development Programme (DDP)
Different Schemes / Projects
Integrated Wasteland Development Programme (IWDP)
Particulars of Public Information Officer
Western Ghat Development Programme
Purposes of the Programme
Karnataka Watershed Development Project (KWDP)

Lessons learnt from the past experience

NABARD Assisted Watershed development Project
Financial Statement
Suvarna Krishi Honda
National Watershed Programme for Rainfed Areas
River Valley Project
Drought Prone Area Development Programme
Desert  Development Programme
Integrated Wasteland Development Programme
Western Ghats Development Programme
Karnataka Watershed Development Project
NABARD Assisted Watershed Development Project
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