The purpose is to develop a methodology for linking hydrological information with aspects of livelihood issues. Water accounting will be used to compare the availability and use of water and how that is matched with the demand side.
Professor Jan Lundqvist
Department of Water and Environmental Studies (DW&ES)
S-581 83 Linkoping, Sweden
Professor Paul P. Appasamy
Madras School of Economics, Chennai.
Dr. Peter Mollinga
Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Hyderabad & Wageningen Agricultural University, Wageningen
Dr. A. Rajagopal
PhD student Mats Lannerstad
PhD student Jenny Gronvall
Collaborators and Partners:
Dr. Sathyasundari, President Bhavani River Protection Council; Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore; Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (CWRDM), Calicut, Kerala.
Project Proposal: [download pdf]
Project Meeting - Water Resources, Livelihood Security and Stakeholder Initiatives in a River Basin Context, Coimbatore, 22 February 2005 [minutes PDF 24KB]
Lannerstad, M.; Molden, David. 2009. Adaptive water resource management in the South Indian Lower Bhavani Project Command Area. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI) 30p. (IWMI Research Report 129)