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OBJECTIVE AND ORGANISATION OF THE GUIDELINES
PART 1: Recent lessons and implications for planning
IRRIGATION TYPES AND THE ISSUE OF SCALE
Options and Alternatives for Food Supply
Rainfed Production of Food as an Alternative to Irrigation
Intensification of Existing Irrigation Development
Irrigation and Protection from Drought
EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION
Implementation Capacity and External Technical Assistance
Participation,Ownership and Commitment
FISCAL SUSTAINABILITY
The Need for Cost Recovery
Cost Recovery,O&M and Water Charges
Users’Contributions to Capital Costs
WATER USERS’ASSOCIATIONS
Water Users’Associations and Transfer of O&M Responsibility
Conditions for Sustainability of Water Users’Associations
SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS
CHOICE OF TECHNOLOGY
THE DRAINAGE DILEMMA
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PLANNING PROCESS
To summarise,there is growing recognition that:
PART 2: The planning process
GENERAL
The Conventional Planning Process
Recent Trends:The Changing Investment Environment
The Changing Role of the Investment Centre
SUBSECTOR REVIEW AND STRATEGY FORMULATION
Objectives,Approach and Staffing Required
Main Topics for a Subsector Review
Existing Irrigation Development,Structure and Performance
Financial and Economic Viability of Irrigation
Government Policies,Priorities and Plans
Subsectoral Issues and Constraints
Strategy Formulation
Defining Strategic Options and Measures
Identifying Priority Actions and Projects
Building Commitment to the Strategy
The Irrigation Subsector Review and Strategy Paper
CONCEPTUALISING AND COMPARING THE INVESTMENT OPTIONS
Objectives
General Approach to the Work and Staffing Required
Activities
Review of Available Database
Reconnaissance Field Visits
Topography,Soils and Land Capability Assessments
Preliminary Assessment of Available Water Resources
Preliminary Assessment of Drainage Requirements
Initial Environmental Evaluation
Preliminary Evaluation of Institutional Capacity
Comparisons of the Likely Costs and Benefits
Achieving Consensus on Investment Concepts and Options
PLANNING THE PREFERRED OPTION
Objective and Approach
Activities for Planning the Preferred Option
Engineering Studies
Soils and Land Capability Studies
Agricultural and Marketing Studies and the SEPSS
Environmental Impact Assessment and Action Plans
Land Tenure and Water Rights Investigations
Institutional Capacity Assessment
Estimation of Project Costs and Benefits
Estimates of Project Costs
Economic Analysis
Economic Rate of Return
Risk and Sensitivity Analysis
Effect on Balance of Payments
Income Distribution,Social Impact and Poverty Alleviation
Fiscal Implications and Cost Recovery
Planning for Implementation
The Project Dossier
Achieving Consensus on the Project Proposal
THE IRRIGATION SUBSECTOR:PRESENT SITUATION (10 TO 15 PAGES)
FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF IRRIGATION (5 TO 10 PAGES)
PROJECT RATIONALE AND PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS (3-6 PAGES)
A.Project Rationale
B.Planning Considerations
THE PROJECT (OR PROGRAMME) (5-10 PAGES)
A.General Description
B.Detailed Features
C.Project Organisation,Management and Coordination
D.Cost Recovery and O&M
E.Institutional Capacity Building
F.Project Costs
G.Financing
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND RESULTS (4-6 PAGES)
A.Agricultural Production
B.Market Prospects and Prices
C.Impact on Individual Producers
D.Impact at Project Level
SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS (2-4 PAGES)
ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION (3-6 PAGES)
A.Economic Costs and Benefits
B.Risk and Sensitivity Analysis
C.Effect on Balance of Payments
D.Impact on Income Distribution and Poverty Alleviation
E.Fiscal Implications and Cost Recovery
ISSUES AND SUGGESTED CONDITIONALITIES (1-2 PAGES)
B.Commitments and Suggested Conditionalities
A.Overall Implementation Schedule
B.Activities to Achieve Loan Effectiveness
C.Activities for Completion in Project Year One
E.Accounting,Audit and Reporting
MAPS,FIGURES,TABLES AND ANNEXES
THE PRELIMINARY PLANNING BRIEF
TERMS-OF-REFERENCE FOR FEASIBILITY AND OTHER STUDIES
INTERIM OR INITIAL PROJECT BRIEFS
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