2 edition of Report on Evaluation of the Performance, Village Piped Water Supply System (120 schemes). found in the catalog.
Report on Evaluation of the Performance, Village Piped Water Supply System (120 schemes).
2008 by Dept. of Public Health Engineering .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||2009346268|
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Urban areas enjoy a higher level of water service, as indicated by the use of piped water supply; infour of five people living in urban areas used piped water, compared to two of three in rural areas. Water sources classified as improved—even piped water—do not guarantee the safety or Cited by: 2.
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Of all municipal services, provision of. For the purpose, a total of 12 schemes representing six different regions of Maharashtra were selected to analyze the scheme performance. Out of these, seven were individual piped water supply schemes and five were regional piped water supply schemes ().While sampling of the scheme, care was taken to ensure that two different types of schemes from the same type of geo-hydrological and Author: N.
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A number of innovative approaches to improve access to and the sustainability of water supply and sanitation were developed in Bangladesh since the turn of the millennium; these include community-led total sanitation and new management models for piped rural water supply, both further described below.
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The first part of the inventory (i.e., the first column in Table ), entails the objectives, goals, aims, or vision that stakeholders set for the system.
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the evaluation and systematic study of water resources in relation to human impact.Component 5: Development of Local Credit Market for Village Piped Water Supply US$5 million At present there is no local credit market for rural piped water supply in Bangladesh.
This component seeks to help develop such a market as an essential long-term requirement for successful scaling up of rural piped water provision.