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Irrigation Canal

Irrigating agriculture land by sharing water

  • To provide the FMIS increased recognition for their organizational and management innovations, and indigenous knowledge and skills;
  • To recognize the value of the FMIS in the wider socio-economic and political context and share information about their institutions;
  • To bring them into the global stream of creativity, well being and self-governance in a way that makes themselves aware of the value and uniqueness of their own institutional assets;
  • To disseminate the knowledge on FMIS through seminar, workshop and contribution in academic papers; and
  • To develop human resources and knowledge base on FMIS through applied research and training.
Farmer Managed Irrigation System

Farmer Managed Irrigation System

The specific objectives of the Trust are as follows:

  • To recognize one FMIS periodically for its best practice in a specified field that helps in sustainable organization, management and technology of irrigated agricultural system;
  • To provide the officials of these FMIS exposure and orientation to the irrigated agricultural system development and management practices;
  • To widely disseminate the basic features of the award winning FMIS;
  • To conduct and encourage FMIS related research that directly helps to promote a knowledge-base on FMIS through research support grant (RSG); and
  • To provide a networking forum for national and international dialogue on FMIS.
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