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Performance assessment and benchmarking of irrigation systems






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    Policy brief
    Irrigation performance benchmarking 2023
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    Irrigation benchmarking is a process of comparative analysis of irrigation performance that enables scheme managers to understand the performance of their irrigation services. To better understand the process of monitoring irrigation performance, this brief will use Cambodia as an illustrative example. Irrigated rice production in Cambodia has significant potential, yet performance of the sector lags behind surrounding countries, such as Viet Nam’s delta region. In addition, there are limited available and published data in Cambodia, making it difficult to analyse the current and changing state of irrigation in the country, the productivity levels, or irrigation’s contribution to poverty alleviation and economic growth. For these reasons, Cambodia was selected as a country to pilot the transfer of key learnings from the Australian experience of irrigation performance benchmarking, and to develop a benchmarking methodology as a first step to undertake ongoing performance assessment of irrigation schemes for strategic investments in increasing water productivity.
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    Presentation
    EMERGING INNOVATIONS IN IRRIGATION PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT 2023
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    A comparative assessment of links between irrigation water pricing and irrigation performance in the Near East
    Conference on Irrigation Water Policies: Micro and Macro Considerations - Organized by the World Bank - Agadir, Morocco, 15-17 June 2002
    2002
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    Water pricing is being increasingly recognized as a key instrument for improved water allocation, better conservation and quality preservation. It induces better demand management of water resources and is seen by many as the ultimate solution in water-deficit areas where supply is limited or cannot be augmented.

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