Ethiopia Training Modules

Module 1. Introduction
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Typology of Spate Irrigation Systems
1.3 Economic Costs and Benefits
1.4 Unlocking the Potential
1.5 Spate Irrigation Oromia
1.6 Spate Irrigation Tigray
1.7 Spate Irrigation Afar Region

Module 2 Institutions
2.1 Management of Spate Irrigation Systems
2.2 Spate Water Rights and Distribution Rules
2.3 Case Study Eritrea
2.4 Case Study Pakistan

Module 3 Livelihoods and PCP Development
3.1 Participatory Design
3.2 Development of Farmer Organizations
3.3 Community Contracts
3.4 Drinking Water Ponds in Spate Irrigation Systems
3.5 Drinking water from Dry Riverbeds
3.6 Project Case Study WUA Development
3.7 Project Case Study Livelihood Improvement

Module 4 Soil and Water Management
4.1 Soil Moisture Management
4.2 Field Water Distribution
4.3 Ground Water Management in Spate Irrigation Systems
4.4 Introducing SWAM

Module 5 Agronomy
5.1 Agronomy in Spate Irrigation
5.2 Minor Crops in Spate Irrigation in Pakistan
5.3 Sorghum General
5.4 Sorghum Ethiopia
5.5 Guar (Cluster Bean)
5.6 Cotton
5.7 Highlights of AZRI Research DI Khan
5.8 Improved Grain Storage
5.9 Management of Prosopis Juliflora
5.10 Indigenous Trees
5.11 Indigenous Trees Mid Highland Spate Ethiopia
5.12 Spate Irrigated Oat
5.13 Horticulture in Spate

Module 6 Engineering
6.1 Understanding Spate Rivers
6.2 Sedimentation Issues Overview
6.3 Sedimentation Management Options
6.4 Improved Diversion Works
6.5 River Bank Protection
6.6 Canals and Command Area Structures
6.7 Improved Traditional Systems
6.8 Soil Dyes
6.9 Case HadraMawt Improved Traditional Engineering
6.10 Introduction SHARC
6.11 Case Wabi Labka
6.12a Case Belilo Design
6.12b Case Belilo Sedimentation Issues
6.13 Case Design Experiences in Tigray

Module 7- SWAM Model
7.1 Manuals, further reading etc. (zip folder)

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