According to the bank document, the project aims to: "improve land conservation, and agriculture, water and farm climate resiliency outcomes in selected watersheds, and strengthen capacities of national and state institutions and technical networks to deliver more effective science-based watershed development programs."
The project plans to deliver:
Borrower US$ 71.5 million
Priti Kumar, Grant Milne, Satya Priya LNU
Sr Agricultural Spec.
Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India
Bandana Preyashi, Director
Department of Land Resources
Uma Kant, Joint Secretary
Karnataka Department of Agriculture
Prabhash Chandra Ray, Project Director, KWDP II (SUJALA -III) and Commissioner
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