ADB and the Government of India are working together to bring improved water and irrigation services to farmers in Karnataka state. The Karnataka Integrated and Sustainable Water Resources Management Investment Program is helping people in the state manage the water in river basins so that it can be shared equally among the various users minimizing impacts to the environment. This is being done under the principles of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), which is recognized by many countries around the world as a model for establishing good water practices. The program will help government agencies and beneficiary communities adopt internationally accepted principles for managing the water in river basins. It will have a particular focus on including women in trainee programs and in management positions of community water associations.
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