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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide1: Running text Running points Running matter Page heading goes here Water Resource of Andhra Pradesh present and future S.P.Tucker Principal Secretary Sanjay Gupta Special Commissioner Irrigation and Command Area Development Government of Andhra Pradesh IndiaSlide2: Contents Status Approach for reform Reform agendaSlide3: The available water … Storage infrastructure saturated in 48 drainage units out of 81Slide4: The Water and irrigated area … Existing Source: Annual Report of Irrigation department and Ground Water Report of 2005Slide5: Irrigated area and returns Rs in millionsSlide6: Large number of small stake holders ( 1 ha) App 12000 farmers organisations App 2 mn farmers dependent on surface water irrigation Ground water Large number of un-organised users ( another 2mn) Easement right with land High transaction cost of monitoring water use and service charge Awareness level of water users Dilemma of entitlement Issues for Andhra..Slide7: Issues for Andhra……..GSDP of Andhra Pradesh About 60% population dependent on agriculture Contributing about 14% of GSDP shareSlide8: 925 874 613 936 704 Rainfall mm 1lakh=100,000 1Crore=10 mnSlide9: Agricultural Production and Water Account, Krishna Basin Total value 1998: Rs 31740 million BASIN WATER ACCOUNTING Water Account – Krishna Basin … Total rainfall: 228 km3 Total ET: 195 km3 Process ET: 99 km3 Irrigation water consumed: 37 km3 Courtesy- IWMI Slide10: Ongoing capital investment Major Projects (2004-09) 56 projects, 10 billion US$ Resettlement 5 billion US$ Small water bodies Restoration and creation 1 bn US$ Reaching a stage of almost complete utilisation of its water resources both surface and ground This NEW feeling and SHOCK to be absorbed by the planners and politicians to understand the role change and import of it Water Policy, Reform The NEXT EpisodeSlide11: 1997- Enactment on Farmers Management of Irrigation System 2001- AP State Water Vision Status of water and projections for future usage defined Coordination of 9 state departments under a Task Force 2002- National water policy 2004- APFMIS-Amendments to link with rural local bodies Issues Political establishment- Immediate and local interest Administration- Business as usual Stakeholder- Willing but un-organised and ill-equipped Water- As commodity or not Lessons of other states and countries – Issues of adaptability Time line …Slide12: Approach … Political space for reforms Administration aligned Stakeholder coalitionSlide13: 2004- One NGO for testing hypothesis 2005- Five NGO pilot in 5 projects 2006- Standardisation of approach and farmers of 17 project being brought together Risks and opportunities NGO capacity Informal Platform to farmers at local and policy levels Delays in meeting farmers expectations Managing stakeholder coalition …Slide14: Group of Ministers for Royalties and water rates Group of Ministers for Water policy and reforms Public debate Local level alignments Risks and opportunities Pressure groups of various user sectors Pressure groups of informal users Brand image Capability to sustain and push through the agenda Political space …Slide15: Water audit and bench marking Enhancing the agenda from irrigation to water management ( 7 projects) System approach ( Water, infrastructure and user) with focus on outputs Steering Group of Engineers and Task Force for inter departmental coordination Risks and opportunities Inertia and “please do not disturb” Apprehension of loss of authority Convergence of various departments Large talent pool of experienced engineers Aligning administration …Slide16: Water related policy Resource assessment and analysis Use assessment and analysis User profile Allocation principle and strategy Water development and management plan Risk analysis Networks Organisations (IWMI,ISEC) NGOs Bilateral projects (JBIC, World Bank, FAO) A group managing …Slide17: Farmer organisation level evaluation of water use Assessment of trends Creating space for self monitoring Two way flow of information Slide20: Classification of mandals based on irrigation, crops, groundwater, rainfall Working out prioritiesSlide22: Guiding principles of Draft Water Policy Realizing Full Potential of Water Resources Integrated and Multi Disciplinary Approach Efficiency and Effectiveness Water Poverty monitoring for livelihoods, Gender Equity and Participation Ecological Balance and Sustainability Water Auditing for Water Efficiency Slide23: Water Audit, Seasonal planning Resource Mobilization Performance Monitoring Adjudication AP State Water Regulatory Authority Independent Authority Council Secretariat Approval of Annual Plan of Water Inter Sectoral Coordination Fixing Norms, Procedures standads Basin Planning Agencies E-in-C & Professional group AP State Water Resource Council Chaired by Chief MinisterThanks for your attention…….: Thanks for your attention……. 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