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Report on Panchayat Workshops in Dhar

“Drinking Water for the Last Person” training workshops for Panchayats in Dhar, Madhya Pradesh, 2010.

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Report on Panchayat Workshops in Jhabua

“Drinking Water for the Last Person” training workshops for Panchayats in Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh, 2011.

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Drinking water for the last person

Training programme for village communities and Panchayat officials

Background
The Department of Drinking Water Supply (DDWS), Ministry of Rural Development, has nominated the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) as a Key Resource Centre by DDWS to undertake activities of research, training and awareness creation.

Project on sustainability of drinking water sources

Centre for Science and Environment in partnership with the Department of Drinking Water Supply will conduct training programme, research and monitoring for sustainability of drinking water sources.

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Work Overview

The Rural Water Programme works to stimulate the development of policies and strategies for sustainable, participatory and equitable water management in rural India. While the area of water is vast, there is a special focus on drinking water to look at how we can move towards sustained availability of safe and adequate drinking water.

State level workshop on ‘Mainstreaming Rainwater Harvesting’

CSE is organising a state level workshop on 'Mainstreaming Rainwater Harvesting' between  May 9-10, 2013, at Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh (UP). The workshop is a part of various activities under Key Resource Centre (KRC) supported by Ministry of Drinking Water, Government of India.

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Date:  May 9-10, 2013

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A look at India's water harvesting practices

Water has been harvested in India since antiquity, with our ancestors perfecting the art of water management. Many water harvesting structures and water conveyance systems specific to the eco-regions and culture has been developed.

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