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Five years of decentralised community managed water supply programme

Five years of decentralised community managed water supply programme

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Published by Water and Sanitation Management Organisation in Gandhinagar .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply -- India -- Gujarat -- Management,
  • Water-supply -- Government policy -- India -- Gujarat,
  • Sanitation -- India -- Gujarat -- Management,
  • Sanitation -- Government policy -- India -- Gujarat

  • About the Edition

    On various community-managed in-village water supply and sanitation projects and programs implemented by Water and Sanitation Management Organisation in Gujarat, India.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 132).

    Other titlesYears of decentralised community managed water supply programme
    Statement[text & editing, R.K. Sama ... et al.]
    ContributionsSama, R. K., Water and Sanitation Management Organisation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD1698.A2-ZI.x2A-.x2ZG (H73)+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination133 p. :
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24023383M
    LC Control Number2009305149

    Decentralised water management 6 Governance of decentralised systems under strata or community title 8 Applications for decentralised systems: greenfield versus brownfield. Assess the reliability of water sources over a year planning time frame. Describe demand management measures and water shortage contingency plans. Report progress toward meeting a targeted 20 percent reduction in per-capita (per-person) urban water consumption by the year Discuss the use and planned use of recycled water. The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the value of a novel framework to guide the planning of decentralised systems so that asset management and risk management are explicitly considered. The framework was developed through a detailed synthesis of literature and practice in the area of asset management of centralised water and wastewater Cited by: The water supply and sanitation in India has increased greatly from to present. Still, many people lack access to clean water, toilets, and sewage infrastructure. Various government programs at national, state, and community level have brought rapid improvements in sanitation and the drinking water to at least basic sanitation: % ().


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