Nepal: Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project

Sovereign Project | 33209-013

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Project Name Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project
Project Number 33209-013
Country Nepal
Project Status Approved
Project Type / Modality of Assistance Loan
Source of Funding / Amount
Loan 2102-NEP: Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project
Asian Development Fund US$ 20.00 million
Loan 8222-NEP: Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project
OPEC Fund for International Development US$ 7.00 million
Loan 3124-NEP: Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector - Additional Financing
Asian Development Fund US$ 30.00 million
Loan 8288-NEP: Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector - Additional Financing
OPEC Fund for International Development US$ 30.00 million
Loan: Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project
Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development US$ 17.00 million
Strategic Agendas Inclusive economic growth
Drivers of Change Governance and capacity development
Sector / Subsector Agriculture, natural resources and rural development - Agricultural production - Irrigation
Gender Equity and Mainstreaming Gender equity
Description The Project aims to improve the agriculture productivity and sustainability of existing small and medium farmer-managed irrigation systems suffering from low productivity and poverty in Central and Eastern Development Regions thereby enhancing the livelihoods of the poor. This is achieved through (i) providing improved means for WUA empowerment, irrigation infrastructure, agriculture extension, and targeted livelihood enhancement to build the human capital of the poor; and (ii) strengthening policies, plans institutions and their operations for more responsive service delivery and sustainable impacts.
Project Rationale and Linkage to Country/Regional Strategy

In Nepal, irrigation is an essential input to improve agriculture productivity, which remains the lowest among the neighboring countries. The 20-year Agriculture Perspective Plan (APP) that was launched in 1995 with Asian Development Bank (ADB) assistance has prioritized irrigation as the foundation of a modern production system, with emphasis on improving the performance of traditional surface water FMIS, which account for 55% of the total irrigated area and 23% of net cultivated area of 2.6 million ha. Many FMIS suffer from low productivity that is barely above subsistence level, due to unreliable diversion and high distribution loss and maintenance costs caused by fragile and rudimentary intake and distribution structures. FMIS offer good scope for enhancing productivity, expanding the command area at relatively low cost, and short lead time, and building on the existing WUA capacities through a participatory approach.

ADB has assisted in improving FMIS since 1987 including the recently completed Second Irrigation Sector Project. While project performance has been positive, with many FMIS yielding reasonable economic benefits to smallholders, there is still scope for improvement in delivering maximum benefits particularly to the poor in the community, and enhancing WUA capacity to become more active agents that can drive dynamic agriculture development within the locality. There is need to further improve the project design by ensuring sufficient attention, time, and resources for nonstructural activities such as empowering WUAs and supporting agriculture and livelihood enhancement, and sound governance of public sector institutions for monitoring and quality control. Essential changes in the management system and behavior of public institutions to become genuine service-oriented

facilitators are also called for. Improving FMIS productivity is still a priority in the agriculture sector, with 0.3 million ha currently requiring urgent rehabilitation. However, a new approach is needed following the Government's 2002 Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) that committed itself to (i) reorientation of APP to strengthen its integrated and coordinated market-oriented approach, its pro-poor focus with targeting, and support for decentralization; and (ii) reforms of sector institutions for sound governance. There is a pressing need to operate the improved service delivery mechanisms for FMIS renovation that fully address these new sector needs and the lessons of previous assistance, while pursuing policy and institutional reforms that provide a sound basis for their operation.

The Project is designed to address these challenges and is needed to renovate the remaining subsistence FMIS to attain their maximum sustainable benefits, particularly those for the poor and the disadvantaged, with sound sector governance. The sector loan modality is adopted in view of the Government's sound policy and plan framework in the sector such as APP, PRSP, and the 2003 Irrigation Policy; and its progressively improving capacity to support FMIS renovation, building on the existing WUAs.

ADB's Country Strategy and Program for Nepal 2004 prioritizes investments in rural areas that generate quick benefits and support the inclusive process of development. In view of large FMIS areas still suffering from low productivity and poverty, and of the scope for promoting minor irrigation that targets the poor in nonirrigated areas, the CSP recognized that community-based irrigation is one of the strategic pillars for supporting rural development. As to FMIS, a pressing need now is to define and operate improved delivery mechanisms for their renovation, incorporating the lessons and addressing the new challenges identified in the Government's Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper, including decentralization, private sector and NGO engagement, and community participation. This objective should be pursued with necessary policy and institutional reforms that provide a sound basis for their operation. Addressing these tasks is consistent with ADB?s water policy, and will contribute to attaining maximum benefits from FMIS renovation with further empowered WUAs, and improved governance of public sector institutions.

Impact National food security is increased.
Project Outcome
Description of Outcome Participating farmers increase agricultural production.
Progress Toward Outcome At the end of the ADB loan 2102 on 30 September 2014, the project contributed towards increase in cereal crops production by 73,869 ton (target 16,700 ton) and potato production by 16,780 ton (target 10,800 ton) with an overall annual increase in crop production by 90,649 ton (target 40,000 ton)- exceeding the project outcome targets. Although, production increase is also contributed by the use of hybrid maize and paddy in addition to water availed by the CMIASP.
Implementation Progress
Description of Project Outputs

Output 4 - National institutions are strengthened for effective irrigation service delivery.

Output 2 - WUAs independently manage irrigation systems in a socially inclusive and equitable

manner.

Output 3 - Farmers adopt improved agricultural practices.

Output 1 - Farmers in subproject areas have improved irrigation infrastructure.

Status of Implementation Progress (Outputs, Activities, and Issues)

CMIASP supported the government in adoption of new irrigation policy 2013, drafting of IWRM policy and irrigation development strategy, and establishing environment, social safeguards and climate change section in DOI and DWIDP under ADB Grant 0299- WRPPF. Irrigation development training was provided to a large number of EA/IA staff in procurement, contract management, quality control and technical audit.

The Project supported in WUA strengthening in 111 subprojects with WUA formation, constitution preparation and registration, and training in office management and accounts book keeping. All WUAs have >80% beneficiary farmer enrollment, and have inclusive and gender responsive committees. The WUAs executive committees have 33% female representation and, where possible, representation of DAG and vulnerable people's was assured. Representation from head, middle and tail reaches is also ensured. Farmers elect executive committee are formed through election in every two to three years.

WUAs of the CMIASP subprojects were trained in preparation of water management plan and O&M plan. All WUAs have >80% beneficiary farmer enrollment, and have inclusive and gender responsive committees. The WUAs executive committees have 33% female representation and, where possible, representation of DAG and vulnerable people's was assured. Representation from head, middle and tail reaches is also ensured. Water management plan is prepared such that all farmers from head till tail end receive water with equtable distribution. The project work was fully participatory. WUAs were involved in all the stages of project implementation.

Diastrict agriculture development offices supported the farmers of about 60 subprojects in implementing agriculture development and livelihood enhancement activities, and provided improved agriculture and crop diversification trainings to the farmers. Also, active farmers were given lead farmers training and farmers observation tours were organized for sharing of experience among farmers of different places.

All 111 subproject farmers have improved irrigation infrastructure with permanent intake and other major hydraulic structures which ensures drawing maximum volume of water from source, minimized wastage in conveyance system, and improved water efficiency.

CMIASP-AF aims to implement about 72 subprojects under ADB funding by achieving similar outcome and output targets.

Geographical Location Rural areas of Central and Eastern Development regions (Bagmati, Narayani, Janakpur, Sagarmatha, Koshi and Mechi)
Safeguard Categories
Environment B
Involuntary Resettlement
Indigenous Peoples
Summary of Environmental and Social Aspects
Environmental Aspects

Initial environmental examination (IEE) reports of all 111 subprojects were prepared with environment management plan and approved by ADB. Simplified IEE report format was prepared for Batch-II and III schemes. EMP provisions were included in the contract agreement document, although EMP compliance was partial. Construction Monitoring Committee of WUAs and IDDs/IDSDs staff carried supervision of construction works and quality control. EMP compliance monitoring was also conducted but partially.

IEE of 72 subprojects were prepared and approved by ADB, in condition for field verification and updating after consultants are mobilized in the field.

Involuntary Resettlement

Minimal strip acquisitions were required for widening or extending existing or new canals. A resettlement framework (RF) was prepared to address the limited land acquisition requirement in the subprojects. Construction activities did not start until the resettlement plan (RP, containing an inventory of loss, the number of affected men and women and agreed upon compensation, whether voluntary/involuntary) were signed by the affected persons (APs). Preparation of the RP was part of subproject preparation, and their implementation was being carried out in close consultation with and participation of APs and WUA members, along with an acceptable third party witness (generally VDCs).

Landowners are voluntarily contributing their land for construction of canal structures. Based on the negligible impact, Due Diligence Report were prepared instead of Resettlement Plan. A standard format was prepared for the Due Diligence Report. Total 16 short resettlement plan and 95 numbers of Due Diligence Report were prepared. WUA functioned as grievance redress committee, and no major grievances were recorded in the project.

Similar arrangements are adopted in CMIASP-AF.

Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous people's issues were found insignificant in the subprojects, where the beneficiary group comprised of ethnic local majority but a national minority. Hence, preparing indigenous peoples specific actions was not deemed necessary, as they were actually the beneficiaries of the project. Livelihood enhancement plan (LEP) targeted women, landless, poor, vulnerable and dalit households to provide them imcome generation training.

CMIASP-AF will also consider any potential impact on the indigenour people and prepare plan to mitigate them.

Stakeholder Communication, Participation, and Consultation
During Project Design

During the project preparatory stage, the Government with the assistance of the consultants undertook initial consultations in the sample subproject areas, and presented resettlement framework translated in the local language. The feedback and observations made at the stakeholders meetings were used in preparing the entitlement matrix and discussing the project benefits for affected people.

The consultations revealed that, while households were concerned that they would lose a certain level of income due to the acquisition of the strip of land, they opined that the loss would be far outweighed by the benefits from increased reliability and availability of irrigation water that would enhance crop productivity and intensity. Consequently, all households were found ready to voluntarily contribute their land. It was also confirmed that the female heads of vulnerable households would be given priority access to subproject agriculture and livelihood enhancement programs and employment opportunities. Further consultation and finalization of the entitlement matrix and resettlement plan will continue prior to the approval of the subprojects detailed design, including the written agreements between the landowner and the WUA, with a "no coercion" clause and witnessed by a neutral party in case of voluntary land contribution.

Similar arrangement has been adopted in CMIASP-AF.

During Project Implementation

The project promoted participatory approach by mobilizing communities through the organization of 111 WUAs with represenation of about 30% women. WUAs were formed through registration of the organization to run FMIS in a systematic and corporate fashion. Their constitution was prepared in consultation by mobilizing local NGOs. Nearly all interactions between men and women farmers and the Project took place through the WUA, including in design, extension, construction, and training. The Project ensured that WUA capacity is sufficiently strengthened. To develop the human resources of the project area, locally-based NGOs were trained to undertake beneficiary mobilization and capacity development activities to ensure implementation of the envisaged social and gender outputs. The performance of NGOs were varying.

CMIASP-AF has also envisaged to strengthen WUA through social mobilizers (70% female) instead of NGOs. Proper consultation and communication plan will be prepared and implemented to systematically disseminate information.

Business Opportunities
Consulting Services A total of 58 person-months of international and 530 person-months of domestic consultants are anticipated through an international consulting firm in association with domestic consultants following ADB's Guidelines on the Use of Consultants. The consultants will assist (i) substantial improvement of subproject development cycle to ensure demand-driven inclusive approach involving disadvantaged groups; (ii) capacity building of Project institutions including line departments, local governance institutions, water use associations, NGOs, and the private sector; (iii) project management through stringent monitoring and quality control of institutional processes and technical works of irrigation infrastructure, agriculture, and livelihood improvement of the poor; and (iv) improvement of sector-wide policy and institutional framework. The consultants should have sufficient experience in promoting policy and institutional reforms while improving the irrigation sector operations through effective project management demonstrated with proven results in similar circumstances. Fluency in local language and country experience are also essential for team leader and key international consultants including participatory development advisor.
Procurement All ADB-financed procurement will follow ADB's Guidelines for Procurement. Civil works (estimated at $25 million in total) will be undertaken following LCB in each of some 200 subprojects. An estimated $1 million of vehicles, equipment, and supply is also anticipated.
Responsible ADB Officer Deepak Bahadur Singh
Responsible ADB Department South Asia Department
Responsible ADB Division Nepal Resident Mission
Executing Agencies
Ministry of IrrigationNaveen Mangal Joshicmiasp@wlink.com.npCPMO, Department of Irrigation
Timetable
Concept Clearance 01 Mar 2002
Fact Finding 09 Sep 2003 to 01 Oct 2003
MRM 16 Feb 2004
Approval 14 Dec 2004
Last Review Mission -
PDS Creation Date 29 Nov 2006
Last PDS Update 22 Mar 2015

Loan

Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 17.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 - 0.00 0.00 %
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 17.00 - 0.00 0.00 %

Loan 2102-NEP

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
17 Nov 2004 23 Dec 2005 13 Jan 2006 30 Sep 2012 30 Sep 2014 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 31.60 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 20.00 17 Nov 2004 16.52 0.00 96%
Counterpart 11.60 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 17 Nov 2004 16.12 0.00 94%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory - - Satisfactory

Loan 3124-NEP

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
10 Apr 2014 16 May 2014 03 Jun 2014 31 Jan 2021 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 38.30 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 30.00 10 Apr 2014 8.26 0.00 33%
Counterpart 8.30 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 0.00 10 Apr 2014 2.00 0.00 8%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory - - Satisfactory

Loan 8222-NEP

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
14 Dec 2004 21 Dec 2005 22 May 2006 31 Dec 2009 30 Sep 2014 -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 7.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 14 Dec 2004 0.00 6.04 86%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 7.00 14 Dec 2004 0.00 5.43 78%

Loan 8288-NEP

Milestones
Approval Signing Date Effectivity Date Closing
Original Revised Actual
12 Sep 2014 05 Feb 2015 - 30 Sep 2019 - -
Financing Plan Loan Utilization
Total (Amount in US$ million) Date ADB Others Net Percentage
Project Cost 30.00 Cumulative Contract Awards
ADB 0.00 12 Sep 2014 0.00 0.00 0%
Counterpart 0.00 Cumulative Disbursements
Cofinancing 30.00 12 Sep 2014 0.00 0.00 0%
Status of Covenants
Category Sector Safeguards Social Financial Economic Others
Rating Satisfactory Satisfactory Satisfactory - - Satisfactory
Title Document Type Document Date
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project Project/Program Administration Manual Nov 2006
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project Reports and Recommendations of the President Oct 2004

Safeguard Documents

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Title Document Type Document Date
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Kali Koshi No. 1 Paini Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination May 2010
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Haribole Khola Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Nov 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Gaunfarka Kulo Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Nov 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Bajrahiguthi Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Oct 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Mainawati Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Tari Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Hattisar Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Parwanipur Kalinjor Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Janta Kulo Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Charchare Khola Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Ripini Dhotar Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Aug 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Gaidatar Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Unnat Katunje Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Nagin Sarkari Kulo Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jul 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Upper Baugi Irrigation Subproject, Parsa District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Kantawa Irrigation Subproject, Mahottari District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Jayapuri Jogimara Irrigation Subproject, Dhading District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Talkharka Irrigation Subproject, Ilam District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Geruka Irrigation Subproject, Mahottari District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Shikhar Kateri Irrigation Subproject, Kavre District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Lohandra Dataram Paini Irrigation Subproject, Morang District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Kewa Khola Irrigation Subproject, Dhankuta District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Tangting Kali Khola Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Ghatte Khola Irrigation Subproject, Bhojpur District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Bachharaja Irrigation Subproject, Dhanusha District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Paliya Irrigation Subproject, Jhapa District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Bansbote Irrigation Subproject, Dhankuta District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Terso Kulo Irrigation Subproject, Kavre District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Ikudaha Irrigation Subproject, Lalitpur District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Bhulke Irrigation Subproject, Sunsari District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Sadhuwa Irrigation Subproject, Parsa District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Daltar Bhaltar Irrigation Subproject, Dhading District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Tileshwor Mahadev Irrigation Subproject, Lalitpur District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Kajipaini Irrigation Subproject, Dhanusha District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Ingla Khola Irrigation Subproject, Ilam District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Sisneri Chhahare Irrigation Subproject, Nuwakot District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agricultural Sector Project: Annapurna Baruwa Irrigation Subproject, Uday pur District Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Ikudaha Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Kantawa Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Ingla Khola Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Terso Kulo Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Annapurna Baruwa Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Sadhuwa Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Bachharaja Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Bansbote Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Shikhar Kateri Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Motipur Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Daltar Bhaltar Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Bhulke Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Sisneri Chhahare Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Betegauda Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Geruka Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Ghatte Khola Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community-Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Tadi Khola Ghatte Budune Phant Irrigation Subproject Initial Environmental Examination Initial Environmental Examination Jun 2009
Community Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Short Resettlement Plan for Ingla Khola Sub-project -Ilam District Resettlement Plans Nov 2003
Community Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Short Resettlement Plan for Talkharka Sub-project- Ilam District Resettlement Plans Nov 2003
Community Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Short Resettlement Plan for Geruka Harinmari Irrigation Sub-project- Mahottari District Resettlement Plans Oct 2003
Community Managed Irrigated Agriculture Sector Project: Resettlement Framework Resettlement Frameworks Aug 2003

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