The Punjab Irrigated Agriculture Investment Program (PIAIP) will result in economic growth and improved sustainability of water and land resources. This will be achieved through improved management of Punjab's water resources and resulting increased productivity of irrigated agriculture. The outcomes from the Program and its investment projects include: (i) physical rehabilitation and upgrading (R&U) of irrigation infrastructure, (ii) improved practices and strengthened institutional frameworks for ground and surface water management, (iii) modernized irrigation management systems operation and procedures, (iv) reformed and restructured institutions for improved and sustainable irrigation service delivery, and (v) capacity development at all levels to support the management and institutional changes. The approach to implementation of projects supported under the PIAIP is based on comprehensive integration of components to achieve the aforementioned outcomes.
Latest Project Documents
|Amendments to Framework Financing Agreement for Punjab Irrigated Agriculture Investment Program||May 2012|
|Punjab Irrigated Agriculture Investment Program||Dec 2006|
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