Nearly half (45%) of the population in India suffers from high to severe water stress, according to NITI Aayog. 90% of the rural drinking water and 48% of the urban drinking water is supplied by groundwater which is under tremendous stress. As per the GoI record, around 600 million people are vulnerable to water insecurity.
Jal Jeevan Mission and Atal Bhujal Yojna recognize the importance of managing water resources to ensure the source sustainability of drinking water. While Water For People India’s focus is also on ensuring universal access to safe and sustained water services, it is becoming imperative to integrate water resource management approach in our interventions.
Understand the key components of WRM Framework.
Learn from other’s experiences of integrating WRM framework in large scale Govt. program (NGO, Govt, and internal team)
Improved knowledge of the theme including the similarities and differences in other water management approaches.
Better understanding of integrating design elements of WRM in large scale programs like JJM and other Govt. programs.
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