This study analyses the extent to which data and information on safely managed drinking water services are reported in India. Such data is characterised by access to the improved source of drinking water that is located on the premises, available when needed, and free from faecal and priority chemical contamination.

Around 62% of rural households in India had fully functional tap water connections within their premises, according to a survey commissioned by the Union Ministry of Water Resources to assess the functioning of the government’s marquee Jal Jeevan Mission. Centre in June reported 52% rural households as having tap water connections.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Panna Lal Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Others dated 22/09/2022.

The NGT received a petition by Panna Lal, Secretary, Communist Party of India (Marxist) highlighting the grievances of the inhabitants of village Raheta - a rehabilitated village under the Northern Coalfields (NCL) Kakri Project in Sonbhadra. Eight reverse osmosis plants have been installed there under corporate social responsibility (CSR). Out of them only three are operating and five RO plants are closed.

Jal Jeevan Mission – Har Ghar Jal, is a decentralized, demand-driven community-managed water supply programme that seeks to empower local village community, which means local village community is to play a central role in the planning, implementation, management, operation and maintenance of their own in-village water supply system.

Approximately two-thirds of a billion rural people, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, collect their domestic water from unprotected sources or from engineered but nonetheless distant water points.

The operational guidelines for the implementation of the Jal Jeevan Mission released by the Ministry of Jal Shakti – Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation (DDWS) in December 2019 mandate the use of sensors for monitoring water level discharge, water quantity and quality, and automate motor operation and pressure management in the water dis

The Asian Water Development Outlook (AWDO) assesses national water security across the Asia and the Pacific, with a focus on five key dimensions: rural, economic, urban, environmental, and water-related disaster.

The African Water Facility, together with the Water Research Commission, South Africa, as its implementing agent, supported the demonstration project Operationalizing community-led Multiple Use water Services (MUS) in South Africa.

The African Water Facility, together with the Water Research Commission, South Africa, as its implementing agent, supported the demonstration project Operationalizing community-led Multiple Use water Services (MUS) in South Africa.

Report of Oversight Committee in O.A. No. 231/2014 in Doaba Paryavaran Samiti Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Others. The matter related to discharge of industrial effluent in rivers negatively affecting the surface water (Kali Nadi, Krishna and Hindon rivers) and groundwater in the region of western Uttar Pradesh. Furthermore, water pollution was having health implications for the inhabitants.

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