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The International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) was established as a Scientific, Technical and Voluntary Not-for-profit Non-Governmental International Organization (NGO) with …

The International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (ICID) was established as a Scientific, Technical and Voluntary Not-for-profit Non-Governmental International Organization (NGO) with headquarters in New Delhi, India.
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  • 1. Prime Minister Shri Jawahar Lal Nehru and the Prime Minister Shri Jawahar Lal Nehru and the then President Dr. A.N. Khosla at the French then President Dr. A.N. Khosla at the French National Committee Pavilion (1951) National Committee Pavilion (1951) Dr. Framji introducing Pres.Hon. Tipton to Dr. Framji introducing Pres.Hon. Tipton toHon’ble Vice President of India Dr. Zakir Hussain Hon’ble Vice President of India Dr. Zakir Hussain
  • 2. Dedicated to enhancing theworldwide supply of food and fibrefor all people by improving waterand land management and theproductivity of irrigated anddrained lands through appropriatemanagement of water,environment and application ofirrigation, drainage and floodmanagement techniques.
  • 3. InternationalOrganizations
  • 4. MEMBERSHIPCountry MembershipDirect Members (New)) Individuals, Companies , Institutions Facilities/ Benefits:  Exposure to an international platform;  Make your voice heard;  Stay informed on recent irrigation, drainage and flood management news and events; Influence policy makers to develop sound irrigation-related policies; Play an active role in determining strategies; Avail the opportunity to engage in professional networking and information exchange activities through participation in National Committees. Receive one copy of the ICID Journal on Irrigation and Drainage; Special discount on ICID publications, etc.
  • 5.  Irrigation and MDGs Economic Impacts of Irrigation Water, Energy and Food Nexus Taking a leaf from the past Facilitating more crop per drop Meeting the challenges of Climate Change Ensuring Sustainable Development Reaching out to the Farmers Maximizing Water Productivity: 21st ICID Congress
  • 7.  Arab Water Forum, Cairo, Egypt – 20-23 November 2011 DEWFORA General Assembly, Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt – 6-10 February 2012 (UNESCO-IHE) 16th AfWA International Congress, Marrakech, Morocco - 18-21 February 2012 (UN-Water) 6th World Water Forum, Marseille, France – 12-17 March 2012 (WWC) Asia 2012 Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand – 25-28 March 2012 24th Congress of ICOLD, June 2012, Kyoto, Japan
  • 8.  Website, Internet and Social Media Technical Library & Text Delivery Service (TDS) Publications ICID Journal ICID News & News Update Publications, Newsletters and Periodicals from the NCs
  • 9. Key Objectives:(a) Increasing Involvement ● Government departments ● International Organizations ● Banks and donors ● Management agents ● Manufactures and service providers ● Water users(b)Bridging the Gap Between ● Nature science and social science ● Researchers and decision makers ● Research and application ● Producers and customers
  • 10. 0.552(2011)
  • 11.  New IPTRID (launched in 2011) Triennial N.D. Gulhati Memorial Lecture for International Cooperation (since 2005) Annual WatSave Awards for outstanding water saving contribution (since 1998) Triennial Best Performing National Committees Award (since 2002) Triennial Best Performing Workbody Award (since 2005) Best Paper Award (ICID Journal Irrigation and Drainage) (since 2006) Country Policy Support Program (concluded)
  • 12. Iran, October 2011
  • 13. Key drivers Increasing population and urbanization Changing diets Rapidly growing water demand from industrial/ energy and domestic sectors Increasing area under bio-energy crops Climate change impacts Increasing fresh water scarcity
  • 14. Electricity DomesticSource: OECD Environmental Outlook baseline (2008)
  • 15. 10000 9000 8000 2793Population, millions 7000 3115 3353 6000 3457 5000 3412 3270 4000 3020 3000 2711 5709 6398 2367 4965 2000 2036 4210 2854 3495 1000 1741 2275 996 1332 0 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050
  • 16. Irrigated area, (million ha) in top ten countries
  • 17. Drained area (million ha) in top ten countriesDrained area (million ha) in top ten countries
  • 18. Irrigated Agriculture,300 million ha (20%)
  • 19. (Source: FAO, 2011)
  • 20. Global production of ethanol and biodiesel increased from 4.8 billiongallons in 2000 to 21 billion gallons in 2008.Globally, irrigation water allocation to biofuel production is estimatedat 44 billion cubic meters.With current planning, biofuel crops will require 30 million ha of croplandand 180 billion cubic meters of additional irrigation water.
  • 21. (Source; CRIDA)
  • 22. ••About113 mha (38%) area About 113 mha (38%) areadepends on GW irrigation depends on GW irrigation••GWwithdrawals for irrigation are GW withdrawals for irrigation areabout 30% of total irrigation water about 30% of total irrigation water••MajorGW irrigating countries: Major GW irrigating countries: India (39 mha). China (19 mha), India (39 mha). China (19 mha), USA(17 mha), Bangladesh, USA(17 mha), Bangladesh, Mexico (2.5 mha), Spain Mexico (2.5 mha), Spain••GWbased system generates US$ GW based system generates US$230 billion. 230 billion.Rapidexpansion in GW irrigation Rapid expansion in GW irrigationExcessiveGW extraction/ Excessive GW extraction/imbalance imbalanceFreeor subsidized electric supply Free or subsidized electric supplyGWpollution GW pollutionWeakGW management Weak GW management
  • 23. Upgrading of inefficient surface irrigation methodsUpgrading of inefficient surface irrigation methods
  • 24. Upgrading of conveyance networkUpgrading of conveyance network
  • 25. Conventional and Modern Control Structures inConventional and Modern Control Structures in Conveyance Network and SCADA Conveyance Network and SCADA
  • 26. Sprinkler irrigation 43 million ha, (81%) Micro irrigation Micro irrigation10 million ha, (19%) 10 million ha, (19%)
  • 27. Land drainage Land drainage World drained areaWaterlogged field Saline soil SSD installationSalt affected land
  • 28. MASSCOTE Benchmarking
  • 29. 64th IEC,8th ARC2013, Mardin 12th IDW June 2014 St. Petersburg 65th IEC, 22nd Congress Sep 2014, Gwangju Met. 11th IDW Sept. 2012 CAIRO