Karnataka, one of India’s most water-scarce states, has a major challenge at hand. Its agricultural and economic growth aspirations will lead to an estimated 60% increase in water demand by 2030. Karnataka will be unable to meet this demand unless it focuses on a state-driven comprehensive transformation of its water and agriculture sectors. This report outlines seven initiatives, supported by five enablers, and an effective process leading to the implementation of this plan to drive this transformation.
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The 2030 Water Resources Group (2030 WRG) is a public, private, civil society multi-donor trust fund hosted by the World Bank Group. We support stakeholders in collective decision making, and in co-designing out-of-the-box solutions that promote strong socio-economic development across all sectors connected to water.