This research paper discusses the importance of managing rainwater in order to recharge groundwater sources. It indicates the potential of rainwater harvesting, when properly managed, as a tool to counter depleting water sources and ever-increasing demand for water.

This training manual is intended to help to WaterAid in Nepal’s partners and stakeholders train community leaders in developing integrated plans for managing water resource at community level.

This document provides a framework to support improved access to safe water for low-income communities through the enhancement of water facilities. It is intended to help WaterAid’s partner organisations in Nepal deliver safe water facilities to the communities they work with.

This document sets out a guideline for adopting water resource management initiatives while delivering water, sanitation and hygiene education services in both rural and urban contexts. It is intended to guide WaterAid’s partners in Nepal in the delivery of appropriate services and technologies to fit the needs of different users.

This study aims to look beyond the simple inclusion of women in village institutions and meetings, and understand whether the approaches being promoted by WaterAid and NEWAH are actually resulting to equity in influence over decisions made in water and sanitation. In addition, the study has tried to assess the benefits and impacts on men and women from improved access

Environment management is a significant challenge in developing
countries mainly due to lack of strong legislation to control
wastewater and institutional capacity for integrated planning and
management. This paper describes the importance of small scale