|Case Studies of People's Participation in Watershed Management in Asia (PWMTA, 1996)|
|A successful case of participatory watershed management at Ralegan Siddhi Village in district Ahmadnagar, Maharastra, India*|
|Recent prominent initiatives of people's participation in resource management|
Initiated by Gram Gaurav Pratisthan, Pune, Maharashtra, it is a community-based water council. The groups of people share water equitably on per capita basis under non-transferable water agreement. People contribute 20% of scheme's cost and even the landless partake in schemes who sell their water to needy farmers.