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HARIYALI -The objectives of projects under HARIYALI

HARIYALI –The objectives of projects under HARIYALI will be: – The objectives of projects under HARIYALI will be: –


  • To involve village communities in the implementation of watershed projects under all the area development programmes namely, Integrated Wastelands Development Programme (IWDP), Drought Prone Areas Programme (DPAP) and Desert Development Programme (DDP), the Guidelines for Watershed Development were adopted w.e.f.1.4.1995, and subsequently reviHARIYALI -The objectives of projects under HARIYALI will be: -sed in August 2001.
  • To further simplify procedures and involve the Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) more meaningfully in planning, implementation and management of economic development activities in rural areas, these new Guidelines called Guidelines for Hariyali are being issued.

HARIYALI -The objectives of projects under


  • New projects under the area development programmes shall be implemented in accordance with the Guidelines for Hariyali with effect from 1.4.2003.
  • Projects under DPAP and DDP will be taken up in the blocks identified under the respective programme and projects under IWDP shall generally be taken up in the remaining blocks. Projects sanctioned prior to this date shall continue to be implemented as per the Guidelines of 2001.


The objectives of projects under HARIYALI will be: –

  • Harvesting every drop of rainwater for purposes of irrigation, plantations including horticulture and floriculture, pasture development, fisheries etc. to create sustainable sources of income for the village community as well as for drinking water supplies.
  • Ensuring overall development of rural areas through the Gram Panchayats and creating regular sources of income for the Panchayats from rainwater harvesting and management.
  • Employment generation, poverty alleviation, community empowerment and development of human and other economic resources of the rural areas.
  • Mitigating the adverse effects of extreme climatic conditions such as drought and desertification on crops, human and livestock population for the overall improvement of rural areas.
  • Restoring ecological balance by harnessing, conserving and developing natural resources i.e. land, water, vegetative cover especially plantations.
  • Encouraging village community towards sustained community action for the operation and maintenance of assets created and further development of the potential of the natural resources in the watershed.
  • Promoting use of simple, easy and affordable technological solutions and institutional arrangements that make use of, and build upon, local technical knowledge and available materials.
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