COMMUNITY AND GOVERNMENT-LED SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE ACCESS TO WASH SERVICES
*Number has been revised owing to changed sanitation status and other local regulations in project areas.
**The decrease in total investment is due to fluctuations of exchange rates over the project term and revised local contributions.
– Formed 33 new Water User Groups, completed 32 drinking water supply schemes and constructed 12 groundwater recharge structures.
– Set up 30 defluorination units and 10 reverse osmosis plants, benefitting 1,090 households with safe drinking water.
– Enabled more than 3,300 women to participate in 415 awareness sessions and counselled 66 couples on menstrual health issues.
– Launched a COVID-19 awareness campaign in collaboration with the district administration: 23 shows were attended by more than 2,400 participants, and 28,000 households were reached through loudspeaker public announcements.
Centre for microFinance
State Government of Rajasthan, Ministry of Jal Shakti, Public Health and Engineering Department, Department of Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and Jeevika
Ram Lal Bhat, Nand Lal and Group, Lalu Ram and team, The Performers and Vilas Janve
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THE STORY OF A FOLK ARTIST GROUP PERFORMING FOR CHANGE
The following story is about how artists can quickly mobilize communities during an emergency.