Abraham Salomon

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A system of managing irrigation equipment with a two - tier system of group management.

A system of managing irrigation equipment with a two - tier system of group management. The irrigation group members split up into sub groups, each with 5 - 20 members. Each subgroup has their own irrigation site, and members divide plots among themselves in this site. The equipment is owned by the main group, which allocates days to the subgroups. The members of each subgroup appoint one or tw...
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A system of managing irrigation equipment with a two - tier system of group management. The irrigation group members split up into sub groups, each with 5 - 20 members. Each subgroup has their own irrigation site, and members divide plots among themselves in this site. The equipment is owned by the main group, which allocates days to the subgroups. The members of each subgroup appoint one or two representatives to be on the management committee of the main group, and oversee maintenance and investment in equipment.
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

Focus Areas:

Water Management

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Implemented In:

Uganda

UgandaSEE LESS

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Problem

Oversight of irrigation in farming communities can present political challenges

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Solution

The irrigation group members split up into sub groups, each with 5 - 20 members. Each subgroup has their own irrigation site, and members divide plots among themselves in this site. The equipment is owned by the main group, which allocates days to the subgroups. The members of each subgroup appoint one or two representatives to be on the management committee of the main group, and oversee maintenance and investment in equipment.

Target Beneficiaries

Smallholder farmers

Competitive Advantage

Increases cooperation

Milestone

Date Unknown
New Country Implemented In
Uganda