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Irrigated rice development projects and the farming system in The Gambia..
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NARI is the Gambia's principal agricultural research and development institute focusing on the advancement of livestock, horticulture, agronomy, and agro-forestry systems. The three organizations have previously collaborated largely on small-scale projects, but are now working together to complement each other's expertise in a larger. Experiments with the System of Rice Intensification in the Gambia. In: Uphoff irrigated systems. SWIM Paper No. 5. that reward such climate-friendly agriculture. The development and spread.
future investment in lowland and irrigated rice production systems. Government commitment to prioritize Agriculture within the context of CAADP is reflected in aFile Size: KB. REPUBLIC OF THE GAMBIA FOR A COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE AND VALUE CHAIN MANAGEMENT PROJECT Febru Agriculture, Irrigation and Rural Development Unit (AFTAI) Sustainable Development Department Country Management Unit AFCF1 Africa Region This document has a restricted distribution and may be used by recipients only in theFile Size: KB.
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The impact of farming systems on irrigated rice development projects-The Jahaly Pacharr Smallholder Irrigation Project, The Gambia.
Author(s): Kooijman, M. Author Affiliation: Royal Inst. of the Tropics, Amsterdam, by: 1. NATIONAL RICE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (NRDS) - THE GAMBIA By Development Management Consultants International (DMCI) Supported by the IFAD-Sponsored National Agricultural Land and Water Management Development Project (Nema) of the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) Banjul File Size: 1MB.
The Rice Irrigation Development Project (RIDEP), which started operations inwas financed to address the rehabilitation of a number of pumped irrigation schemes in the CRD. The plan to develop ha of rainfed rice swamps had been dropped. Out of the originally planned ha pumped irrigated perimeters only ha (42%) of the target has been rehabilitated by February ,however, the achieved area exceed the scaled down target of ha.
This assumption is challenged for the Mandinka: women cultivate rainfed rice, having ownership or use‐rights to rice land, while men control upland and grow groundnuts and millets. Both cultivate household and personal crops.
Three development projects introduced irrigated rice to men who therefore control this land and by: This paper discusses the significance of gender-based conflicts for thefailure of Gambian irrigated rice projects. In particular, it illustrateshow resource control of a gendered crop, rice, shifts from females to maleswith the development of pump-irrigated rice projects.
Irrigation imposes aradically different labor regime on household producers, demanding thatthey intensify labor Cited by: This study examines the effects of technological change and commercialization of rice production in The Gambia, focusing on the links between production, income, consumption and nutrition.
It investigates whether the modernization of rice production encourages the diversion of labour from other activities, or whether it merely increases the leisure time of its by: 4. IRRIGATED RICE DEVELOPMENT AND THE FARMING SYSTEM (a) Disappointing project results The three projects, implemented between andwere seen by the Government as a means of attaining its objective of selfsufficiency in rice production by While Table by: The development of irrigation and drainage systems is key to unlocking The Gambia’s agricultural potential.
River Gambia is the main source of surface water in the country and is suitable for tidal and pump irrigation. There are also abundant underground water resources available for drinking and irrigation.
(eds.) Irrigation management for rice-based farming systems in Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines: Proceedings of the Tri- Country Workshop held in Colombo, Sri Lanka, November Colombo, Sri Lanka: IIMI.
xi+ pp. / irrigation management /farming systems / irrigated farming / rice /performance /. In the Gambia Government started its Development Project.
In a rice irrigation project was started at the Jahali and Pacharr Smallholder Rice Development Fields involving 1, hectares in the McCarthy Island Division. Two years later, inyielded its first harvest.
Jennie Dey, ‘Women and Rice in The Gambia: The Impact of Irrigated Rice Development Projects on the Farming System’ (unpublished PhD thesis, University of Reading, ), p. Google Scholar Dwight H. Perkins and Shahid Yusuf, Rural Development in China (Baltimore: published for the World Bank by the Johns Hopkins University Press, ) : Deborah Bräutigam.
Irrigation, particularly, the Tidal irrigation system is not expensive and can be used in areas where the soil is fertile. It takes advantage of the ocean tides to force river water onto fields. Swampy areas along the section of The River Gambia located from to km from Banjul are suitable for growing approximat tons of rice.
The area equipped for irrigation, currently slightly more than 13 million hectares, makes up just 6 percent of the total cultivated area.
Eighty-five percent of Africa's poor live in rural areas and mostly depend on agriculture for their livelihoods. As a result, agricultural development is key. In The Gambia, the rice production systems can be grouped into five categories: upland, lowland rainfed, irrigated (pump and tidal), freshwater swamps, and seasonally saline mangrove swamps.
feasibility study for agricultural development projects terms of reference the agricultural development projects aim to develop medium to large scale value-added agriculture projects. the primary goal is to address import-substitution by increasing agricultural production, export File Size: KB.
iii Preface iv 1 Rice and water 1 Rice environments 1 Irrigated lowlands 1 The rice field and its water balance 1 Groundwater under rice fields 5 Rice water productivity 5 Global rice water use 7 Water scarcity in rice-growing areas 8 2 The plant-soil-water system 11 Water movement in the soil-plant- 11 atmosphere continuumFile Size: 3MB.
• Irrigation for agriculture has not been prioritized by African governments or their development partners. Urban Water and Sanitation were prioritized under the MDGs, but not irrigation for agriculture. • High irrigation investment costs.
Average total cost for irrigated scheme for one hectare in Sub Saharan Africa is US$ 8, in Size: 1MB. Land development construction of irrigation system and demarcation and installation of irrigation pump and purchase of farm, machinery, implements and inputs.
Jan. Continuation of construction of irrigation system and cultivation of 1. phase of irrigation scheme on rice (Dry season crop). Nursery establishment. Feb. Case Studies of Schemes in the Gambia, Kenya and South Africa F Chancellor Report OD/TN 82 October Case Studies from the Gambia, Kenya and South Africa are investigated to determine the role of women in irrigated farming.
Data relating to women and opinions of men and women farmers are investigated at twelve sites. A summary. Opinion - Rice is the major staple food in The Gambia. An estimated 66% of household income is spent on food. Out of which about % is spent on cereal and cereal products, of which the major.In lowland rice farming, water control is the most important management practice that determines the efficacy of other production inputs.
Poor drainage that keeps soil saturated is detrimental to crops and degrades soil quality. In many rice irrigation systems in The Gambia, water control is.
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