Insertion of Exogenous Development Measures on an Endogenous System: A Case Study of the Gangewadi Water Resources Management


Various systems have been developed by local communities in their attempt to address common needs particularly that of food and water security. The design of these takes the local socio-ecological space into consideration. Simultaneously, exogenous development interventions are widely promoted by external agencies. These, in one way of the other, affect the endogenous systems. Many useful traditional systems get lost, while some systems adapt and continue to function.


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