Pakistan Training Modules

Module 1 Introduction
1.1 Spate Irrigation Global Trends
1.2 Typology
1.3 Spate Irrigation in Pakistan
1.4 Economic Costs and Benefits
1.5 Social and Environmental Benefits
1.6 Spate Irrigation in Yemen

Module 2 Institutions
2.1 Management of Spate Irrigation Systems
2.2 Water Rights and Rules
2.3 Sheeb Farmers Association
2.4 Case Daraban Zam WUA
Water Rights in Perennial Rod Kohi Systems in DG Khan
Water Rights Issues in DI Khan

Module 3 Participatory Development
3.1 Participatory Design
3.2 Self Evolving Institutions
3.3 Strengthening Farmer Organization
3.4 IIP Communication and Awareness Campaigns
3.5 WUA Contracts
3.6 IIP Developing Water User Organizations (Yemen)
3.7 Overview PLI Project (Pakistan)

Module 4 Soil and Water Management
4.1 Soil Management and Moisture Conservation
4.2 Field Water Management Systems
4.3 Command Area Structure
4.4 Groundwater Management in Spate Irrigation Systems

Module 5 Agronomy
5.1 Introduction Agronomy
5.2 Minor Crops in Pakistan
5.3 Sorghum
5.4 Horticulture in Spate Irrigation
5.5 Guar
5.6 Cotton
5.7 Highlights of AZRI Research DI Khan
5.8 Improved Grain Storage

Module 6 Engineering
6.1 Basic Engineering
6.2 Basic Sediment Transport
6.3 Improved fTraditional Engineering
6.4 Drinking Water Ponds in Spate Irrigation Systems
6.5 Drinking Water from Dry Riverbeds
6.6 Case Hadramawt Improved Traditional Engineering
6.7 Case Soil Bunds in Pakistan
6.8 Case Wadi Labka Soil and Gabion Bunds
Evaluation of Structures
Water Management Improvements by WRRI

Module 7 Additional Material
7.1 Google Earth
7.2 Spate Irrigation Network
7.3 Field Image Survey