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Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin
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Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level in IGB Basin

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Presented at the 2nd Phase Planning and Review Workshop of the Indo-Ganges BFP, 24-25 February, 2009, Haryana, India

Presented at the 2nd Phase Planning and Review Workshop of the Indo-Ganges BFP, 24-25 February, 2009, Haryana, India

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  1. Rural and Water Poverty at household and sub-basin level Stefanos Xenarios & Upali Amarasinghe New Delhi, February 24, 2009 CPWF-IWMI Basin Focal Project for the Indus-Gangetic Basin
  2. Rural and Water poverty national-state junctions • Rural and water poverty correlation on national grounds (India) seem to be… • Also in inverse (water and rural poverty) mode
  3. What’s next: Drivers of water-poverty nexus • More spatial analysis required in order to... -How strong is the correlating assumption between rural and water poverty? - Which are the crucial factors to affect this bipolar relation? - Need to get through the core essence of analysis
  4. Means to identify the drivers • Survey on a household and sub-basin level • Elements of survey
  5. Some more technical details…
  6. And a breakthrough approach? … • What’s the contribution of • Ways to estimate: Effects on Production Approach-Dose Response modeling a) traditional b)linear and quadratic c)econometric • High caution to impute the ‘’cause’’ (i.e. bad water quality) to the ‘’effect’’ (jobless) • However, worth a try to indicate human welfare loss because of quantitative and qualitative water deterioration
  7. Survey Format • Survey already conducted through two Questionnaire Forms a) village and b) household level through NAIP/ ICAR Project on “Sustainable Livelihood Improvement through Need Based Integrated Farming System Models in Disadvantaged Districts of Bihar” • Repeated editing, amalgam of three questionnaire types, pretest in all kind of landholders • Sample size of ~1000 respondents in diversified districts
  8. Getting closer to water- poverty nexus • Data gathering, processing, analyzing… Water Poverty • and getting to know how utilize the drivers for…

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