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Socio-economic conditions in drought-prone areas

Mangesh Venktesh Nadkarni

Socio-economic conditions in drought-prone areas

a bench-mark study of drought districts in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

by Mangesh Venktesh Nadkarni

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Published by Concept Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English

  • Rural development -- India, South,
  • Irrigation -- India, South,
  • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- India, South,
  • Droughts -- India -- India, South

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementM.V. Nadkarni ; assisted by R.S. Deshpande ... [et al.] ; foreword by G.V.K. Rao.
    ContributionsDeshpande, R. S.
    LC ClassificationsHD2075S68 N34 1985
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 236 p. :
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16431478M

    Since food insecurity depends more on socio-economic conditions rather than on agroclimatic ones, the ways in which climate change can affect groups in drought-prone areas with poor infrastructure and market Disaster risk management systems analysis: A guide book, (E and S) Community Based Adaptation in Action: A case study.   It requires greater institutional capacity at all levels of government and more efficient coordination between different levels of government. With this regards, this chapter serves as a basis for understanding drought impacts and to scale up viable adaptation options in the drought-prone areas of Northwest by: 4.

    invisible and are often reflected as a complex socio-economic phenomenon. Owing to changes in the climatic conditions droughts are increasingly occurring in non-traditional drought-prone areas. The Asian monsoon region is one of these areas where consecutive years of droughts are causing severe problems for the lives and livelihoods of the. Sudden-onset natural and technological disasters impose a substantial health burden, either directly on the population or indirectly on the capacity of the health services to address primary health care needs. The relationship between communicable diseases and disasters merits special attention. This chapter does not address epidemics of emerging or reemerging diseases, Cited by:

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Get this from a library. Socio-economic conditions in drought-prone areas: a bench-mark study of drought districts in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. [Mangesh Venktesh Nadkarni; R S Deshpande; M Nageswara Rao; Charles Nelson].

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New Delhi: Concept Pub. MLA Citation. Nadkarni, Mangesh Venktesh. and Deshpande, R. of the survival strategy of households in drought-prone areas of India. The different socio-economic groups are not equally vulnerable to drought so, their coping strategies also vary markedly.

This study finds that gender inequality also has an important influence on rural economic structure, in particular to drought prone : Nancy Kaushik, S.C. Rai. Migration is a common in t he drought prone study area, a chunk of population % either permanently or seaso nally, they moved to other spaces.

The sensitivity to drought is assessed from two different perspectives: the first one reflects the socio-economic conditions (e.g. vulnerable groups, settlements, and dwellings without drinking water supply) and the second one is revealed by the drought-prone areas delineated by using relevant climate indices (e.g.

Palfai Aridity Index Cited by: 6. The state occupies 50% of the drought prone area. The state is experiencing deficit rainfall once in a 5 to 6 year, and severe drought conditions once in 8 to 9 years. DROUGHT PRONE AREAS PROGRAMME (dpap) The programme also aims to promote overall economic development and improving the socio-economic conditions of the resource poor and disadvantaged sections inhabiting the programme areas.

projects have been sanctioned to treat lakh hectares of drought prone area. The year-wise details of. 2. Environmental Impacts.

Drought affects various components of ecosystems and environment. The availability of water level in the reservoirs, amount of rainfall, soil moisture and ground water depths are some of the environmental indicators of drought t does not only reduce water quantity in the wetland areas (e.g., lakes, rivers and ponds) and groundwater Cited by: 2.

Resilient techniques to improve water availability 3 Impact of drought on WASH systems There are uncertainties with projected impacts of climate change, but reliability of projection depends on the area.

For some regions projections of future precipitation change are more robust, while outside of these areas the predictions vary between Size: 2MB. Drought is a slow-onset disaster. The impacts are invisible and are often reflected as a complex socio-economic phenomenon.

Due to changes in the climatic conditions droughts are increasingly occurring in non-traditional drought prone areas.

2 Droughts in Rajasthan Physiography Rajasthan is the largest State of India (Fig. 1) with an area ofkm2 (% of the country total) and population of million (5% of the country total) of which % is rural.

Design Data Book by P.V. Ramana Murti and M. Vidya Sagar and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Dr. M.V. Nadkarni (Mangesh Venkatesh Nadkarni), born on Februan economist by training and profession, has deep interest in other social sciences as well, as also in religion and philosophy.

His contribution to Economics has been mainly in the areas of Agricultural Price Policy, Problems of Drought Prone Areas, Farmers' Movements, Political Economy of Forest.

Drought in Bangladesh and its adaptive measures: Part-C Adaptation to Drought in Bangladesh Anthropogenic factors and climatic conditions mutually reinforce the chronic livelihoods vulnerability of drought-prone areas in Bangladesh.

Droughts strike regularly, however it is theFile Size: KB. Nadkarni. Socio-economic Conditions in Drought-prone Areas. New Delhi: Concept Publishing Co., Pp. xix + Daniel W. Bromley University of Wisconsin-Madison This small book is one of a number of similar monographs concerned primarily with enhancing our understanding of rural life in India.

It is. Drought situations can have significant impacts, affecting large areas and imposing relevant restrictions on multiple economic activities.

The severity of those impacts is, normally, assessed through meteorological, agricultural and/or hydrological indices or even through estimation of water deficits or reduction of production yields (for agriculture).Cited by:   The aim is to demonstrate how farmers can mitigate the impact using technology in different conditions — drought-tolerant varieties in drought-prone.

applicable to Drought Prone Areas Programme, Desert Development Programme and Integrated Wastelands Development Programme were issued in October and were made applicable with effect from Subsequently, based on the feedback received from States, Project Implementation Agencies and others concerned, theFile Size: 81KB.

The study area consists of six states, namely Khartoum, Gezira, Kassala, El Gedaref, Sennar and Blue Nile, located in central and easten Sudan ().Together, these six states occupy an area ofkm region is characterized by arid and semi-arid climate with the average maximum temperature rises to more than 40 °C during April/May, the average minimum Cited by: 1.Gunadal is a panchayat village in the state of Karnataka, India.

Administratively it is under Bijapur Taluka of Bijapur district, Karnataka. Located in the far southwestern corner of the district, Gunadal is nearly 45 km by road from the district headquarters, the city of Gunadal there is a Government Ayurvedic Hospital, Government Veterinary Hospital, Post Office, Country: India.problems connected with the development of areas, which are disadvantaged due to geographical and ecological factors (as for example drought-prone areas, flood-prone areas etc).

Needless to say, planning in India has to be geared to meet these challenges. Concept of Social Policy Broadly speaking, the term ‘policy’ refers to the generalFile Size: 89KB.