Managed Aquifer Recharge through Village-level Intervention
The overall aim the MARVI project is to improve the security of irrigation water supplies and enhance livelihood opportunities for rural communities in India. Specifically, the project will focus on assessing the effectiveness of current rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharge structures and demand management strategies at village scale.
The project aims to develop or adapt suitable best practice guidelines and modelling and assessment tools that can be applied with relatively easily available local information. This study will be conducted in Sabarkantha district in Gujarat and Udaipur district in Rajasthan. Both districts are in hard rock aquifer areas and provide a diversity of transdisciplinary research issues in groundwater recharge and management.
Find out more about the project through our Research and Project Summary pages. If you have any questions about the project, please contact the MARVI team.