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Development of training material for implementation of the WUEA report of the water administration system
Expanded Title:At the end of 2008 a Water Use Efficiency and Accounting (WUEA) report was developed with funding by the Department of Water Affairs, through a Water Research Commission (WRC) project as part of the Water Administration System (WAS). This WUEA report was successfully implemented at thirteen irrigation schemes and training was done on the different schemes and at a number of workshops. Experience from this project had shown that the newly developed WUEA report is easy to use and that everybody prefers the new report over the previous Excel based report. To build on the successes of this project and to ensure that the WUEA report is actively being used in a sustainable manner, it was recommended by DWA that much more should be done in terms of training and training documentation. This project is an extension of the previous project and the main focus of this project is training and the development of training documentation.
Date Published:01/04/2011
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Agricultural Water - Commercial irrigation, Agricultural Water - Small holder irrigation
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Consultant
WRC Report No:KV 283/11
ISBN No:978-1-4312-0195-2
Authors:Benadé N
Project Leader:N Benadé
Project No:K8/878
Originator:WRC
Organizations:NB Systems
Document Size:5 193 KB
Attachments:EXECUTIVE SUMMARY for KV 283.pdf
Table of Contents for KV 283.pdf
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