Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
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This study reviews public-private partnerships trends and factors that have facilitated or impeded the development and implementation of projects in urban water supply and water and sanitation sector from 1990 till 2009.
The case study traces the impact of Kerala Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project as an innovative governance model. It documents the role of active community participation in improving water and sanitation management in the region.
This report analyses the current status of drinking water and sanitation worldwide and on progress towards related targets under Millennium Development Goal 7 of ensuring environmental sustainability.
This report outlines lessons learned in sanitation efforts in Brazil, India, Indonesia and Senegal. It highlights the risks and opportunities of initiatives used to support pro-poor sanitation investment.
Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation and National Institute of Administrative Research are organising this seminar to deliberate on roles and functions of the three levels of rural local government and institutions in water and sanitation.
Inaugurating the India Water Week, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh stressed on the importance of developing an integrated and coherent water policy for the management of the country's water resources in a sustainable manner.
This document exhibits India’s efforts and achievements in access to sanitation, usage of toilets and hygienic changes in behavior. A detailed analysis of rural and urban sanitation programmes is presented here.
The Malkapur 24X7 water supply project is the first public sector initiative to ensure safe water provision to the entire town and check inequalities in water distribution.
This paper examines the state of sanitation services in India and argues that sanitation programs should move away from the mere construction of new facilities to focusing on building informed sanitation and hygienic behavior among the poor.
To equitably distribute water and resolve problems of water scarcity, the local administration of Jalgaon has linked various water channels across the region. The initiative has helped to channel water for drinking and irrigation purposes.

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