Asian Watershed Management Network (Asian WATMANET)
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1994 Beijing China
1994, Beijing (China), as a regional network for people's participation sponsored by 'Participatory Watershed Management Training in Asia (PWMTA)' of B-XB0971 - FAO (Netherlands) and 'Farmer-Centred Agricultural Resource Management (FARM)' programme of E-XE3382 - UNDP/FAO based in Kathmandu (Nepal).
Facilitate farmers' organizations for watershed management at small watershed, village, district and national levels; promote exchange of experience at farmer, technical, professional, educator and policy-maker levels. Through PWMTA: contribute to human resource development for people's participation in sustainable natural resource management in Himalayan and other rain-fed watersheds by enhancing skills, knowledge and awareness of problems of watershed degradation and enhancing national capabilities to plan, implement, evaluate and monitor watershed rehabilitation programmes; exchange technology and indigenous experience.
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