Irrigated agriculture can help address challenges of food security and sovereignty, develop regions and farms, improve trade balance, and contribute to climate change adaptation. An irrigated area is a complex system in which the social, cultural, technical, economic, and environmental aspects of agriculture all play a part. Such complexity, however, is often disregarded by irrigation projects and policies, as they tend to approach irrigation from a restrictive perspective that focuses solely on hydro-agricultural development or the value chain.
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