This report, Social Management Framework (SMF) prepared as a result of the synthesis of Social Assessment (SA) conducted in the four states (Assam, Bihar, Jharkahand and Uttar Pradesh) in the context of preparing the World Bank assisted Rural Water Supply and Sanitation (RWSS) for Low Income States (LIS) has the following objectives: To (i) supp

Management of solid or liquid wastes in rural areas is much easier and profitable business than in urban areas due to the fact that it is mostly organic in nature and does not contain toxic compounds. In rural areas, waste can be safely reused for beneficial purposes with limited resources.

This report presents the documentation and assessment of currently adopted options for the involvement by non-state agencies in the O&M of rural drinking water supply schemes in India.

The Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation administers the National Rural Drinking Water programme (NRDWP), and the Total Sanitation Campaign through which the technical as well as financial support is extended to the States for implementing rural domestic water supply and sanitation schemes.

The Drinking Water Quality Monitoring protocol describes specific requirements for monitoring drinking water quality with a view to ensure provision of safe drinking water to the consumers.

This is the finalized guidelines for preparation of detailed project report for Rural Piped Water Supply Schemes by Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

Nirmal Gram Puraskar till 2011 was given by Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India at all levels of PRIs that is Gram Panchayat, Block Panchayat and district Panchayat.

This strategy developed by the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation (MDWS) along with UNICEF focuses on increasing knowledge and perceived importance of sanitation and hygiene practices, with the long term objective of changing the way society thinks so that open defecation is no longer acceptable in India.

Drinking Water Quality Monitoring protocol describes specific requirements for monitoring drinking water quality with a view to ensure provision of safe drinking water to the consumers.

More people practice open defecation in India than anywhere in the world – more than 600 million individuals. Although access to improved sanitation is steadily increasing in India since the year 2000 the pace of change is too slow.

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