Case Studies

July 18, 2012

 
  Tyma Watershed: Giving shape to participatory rural development
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  Many a slip
Can India meet the 2012 deadline to provide safe drinking water to all rural homes?
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  PHED Case Studies – Ratlam, M.P.
Basindra Village, Ratlam District, Madhya Pradesh, is watered by the perennial Jhamand River.
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  An oasis in Dewas: case study of Mahukheda
“Mahukheda ki ghati, mare raand, jeevit mati” goes a local saying here. It implies “in the valley of Mahukheda, the women die and the men prosper”.
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  Economic gains through ecological work
The impact of the watershed programmes have not only resulted in ecological restoration but also yielded economic returns for the communities.
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  Flouride Mitigation in Dhar (MP)
Owing to overdraft of groundwater in Dhar, Madhya Pradesh, over 50% of the population was affected by fluorosis.
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  Household Level Distribution in Sehore (MP)
“We get tap water in our houses, people in cities also do not have this facility,” beams a group of people in Didakhedi village.
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  River-Basin Approach in Chhatarpur (MP)
Mukarva village had severe water problems.
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  Rainwater Harvesting in Datia (MP)
Kamhar village does not have household tap connections, but does boast of household level rainwater harvesting.
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