Droughts and State Failure: Unwilling to Learn and Unwilling to Distribute

  • M. S. Rathore Institute of Development Studies( IDS)
Keywords: drought management, impacts

Abstract

Mr. Rathore examines the broad drought management policies of India and coping strategies adopted by various actors since independence and identify gaps to suggest appropriate measures to mitigate or reduce the impact of drought. His paper examines the nature and intensity of drought, document perception and impacts of drought and analyse the responses and management strategies of various actors like state, market, NGO and people.

Keywords: drought management; impacts

Water Nepal Vol. 12, No. 1&2, 2006 Page: 261-280

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Author Biography

M. S. Rathore, Institute of Development Studies( IDS)
Senior Fellow, Institute of Development Studies( IDS)
Published
2009-06-17
How to Cite
Rathore, M. (2009). Droughts and State Failure: Unwilling to Learn and Unwilling to Distribute. Water Nepal, 12(1), 261-280. Retrieved from https://www.nepjol.info/index.php/WN/article/view/1967
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