Karnataka Watershed Development Project-II (Sujala-III) has flnancial assistance from the World Bank by Goverment of Karnataka. The original outlay of the project was Rs.5 14.40 crore (USD 85'70 million); of which 70% was International Development Association credit (IDA credit No: 5087-tN) and the rest 30% was the share of Government of Karnataka.

Water being a State subject, initiatives on sustainable water management including conservation and water harvesting in the Country is primarily States’ responsibility. Further, a number of States have done notable work in the field of water conservation/harvesting.

Habitat destruction and illegal wildlife trade (IWT) have devastating impacts on the populations of numerous wildlife species around the world. IWT is associated with the demand for wildlife and wildlife products from markets around the globe but primarily from Asia and South East Asia.

High fatality and injury rates on Bangladesh’s roads are undermining the remarkable progress that this South Asian nation has made on boosting economic growth and reducing poverty. Estimates of annual deaths in road accidents range from 2,538 to nearly 10 times that—between 20,736 and 21,316, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

India has the world’s highest reported number of annual road crash fatalities. According to the World Health Organization, road crash fatalities in India account for approximately 11 percent of the estimated 1.35 million global toll each year.

The 2020 Off-Grid Solar Market Trends is an in-depth analysis on current market dynamics, projections for the coming five years, and a blueprint for how actors in this market can compete in a swiftly evolving industry ecosystem.

The Survey praised the government's performance on the provision of certain last-mile goods, combined with behavioural changes

Government must consider compensation for victims of the devastating tropical storm that wreaked havoc mainly in Manicaland's south-eastern district early this year, leaving over 400 people dead an

War and post-war animosities do not prevent African countries from engaging in collaborative action on global platforms

Washington DC — Unless urgent rescue plans are employed, nine of every 10 African nations would be living in abject poverty, the World Bank has warned.

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