Sustainability through community choice

In India new initiatives are being introduced to bring about Reform of the Rural Water Sector by changing from Supply Driven to Demand led approaches through community participation in all stages of scheme development. The programme of Sector Reform is being implemented in 63 Pilot Districts across...

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Main Authors: Chhaya Bhat, Jim A. Baldwin
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Published: 2002
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Online Access:https://hdl.handle.net/2134/30704
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Chhaya Bhat
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Sustainability through community choice
description In India new initiatives are being introduced to bring about Reform of the Rural Water Sector by changing from Supply Driven to Demand led approaches through community participation in all stages of scheme development. The programme of Sector Reform is being implemented in 63 Pilot Districts across India. This paper describes practical field experience of the Demand Led approach in practice in Sopirala village (population 2500) of Prakasam District in Andhra Pradesh State, which is one of the pilot districts selected for the Sector Reform programme, during February 2002.
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author Chhaya Bhat
Jim A. Baldwin
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Jim A. Baldwin
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title Sustainability through community choice
title_short Sustainability through community choice
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