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MASSCOTE

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MASSCOTE is a step-wise procedure for auditing performance of irrigation management, analyzing and evaluating the different elements of an irrigation system in order to develop a modernization plan. The modernization plan consists of physical, institutional, and managerial innovations to improve water delivery services to all users and cost effectiveness of operation and management. Masscote is founded on a rigorous on site approach of the physical water infrastructure (canals and networks) and introduces service oriented management as a normal practice.
Technical Documents
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Modernizing irrigation management – the MASSCOTE approach

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Technical briefs on Sensitivity Analysis of irrigation structures

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Modernization of Irrigation Systems - Canal Operation Techniques

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Applications/Case Studies
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India I Karnataka I Almatti Lift Systems KJBNL

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India I Karnataka I Bhadra Project KNNL

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India I Karnataka I Ganarinola and Benniethora Projects KNNL

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India I Karnataka I Ghataprabha Left Bank Canal KNNL

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India I Karnataka I Upper Krishna Project KJBNL

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India | Uttar Pradesh | JAUNPUR branch system

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India | Karnataka | HEMAVATHI CNNL project

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India | Uttar Pradesh | MAIN GANGA canal system

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Morocco | Doukkala | ORMVAD project

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Nepal | Terai | SUNSARI Morang Irrigation System and NARAYANI irrigation system

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Syria | Aleppo | MOUNSHAAT-AL-ASAD irrigation scheme

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MASSCOTE Modules On-going Development
MASSLIS
. Module to Address Lift Irrigation System
. Working Documents and Worksheet Available
. Applications and Tests Yes Almatti
. Approx Date of Completion December 2009
. Contact person Daniel Renault
MASSMUS
. Module to Address Multiple Use of Water Services
. Working Documents and Worksheet December 2009
. Applications and Tests

yes - BHH (Vietnam) - Shahapur (Karnataka)

. Approx Date of Completion December 2009
. Contact person Daniel Renault
MASSFISH
. Module to Address Crop and fish production in rice system
. Applications and Tests No
. Approx Date of Completion ?
. Contact person Thierry Facon
MASSPOT
. Module to Address Pressurized irrigation systems
. Working Documents and Worksheet June 2010
. Applications and Tests No
.   in association with CIEHAM BARI
. Approx Date of Completion December 2010
. Contact person Daniel Renault
MASSFIELD
. Module to Address Rapid Audit of performance at Field level for different techniques
. Working Documents and Worksheet June 2010
. Applications and Tests No
.   in association with CIEHAM BARI
. Approx Date of Completion December 2010
. Contact person Daniel Renault
Planned Activities

Studies and development

MASSFIELD
Preliminary development in Tunisia: 
November 2009 at a National Training Workshop for developing the capacity for auditing irrigation performance. 
Contact: Daniel Renault

MASSMUS 
Third test application planned earlier 2010 together with member of the Multiple Uses Network (MUS Group) 
Location: to be determined 
Contact: Daniel Renault

MASSCOTE 
Egypt - Study on going by a local team  
Contact: Mohammed Bazza

Jordan - Study on going by a local team
Contact: Mohammed Bazza

Central Asia - on going studies by local teams
Contact: Giovanni Munoz



Workshops

Regional Middle East Masscote Workshop
Planned for: May 2010 - Location: Cairo
Contact: Daniel Renault - Mohammed Bazza

State policy workshop Karnataka Bangalore:
Valuing the outcomes of the MASSCOTE interventions in the state Planned for: Fall 2009.
Contact: Daniel Renault


Map: MASSCOTE at Work

see where MASSCOTE has been applied
   
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