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PPPs for access to Safe Drinking Water in Rural Areas

By AnkitMathur, Greenway EcodevelopmentPvt. Ltd. 2ndMarch 2011

Accessibility Issues: Accessibility to water as defined in the Right to Water includes a continuous supply of a minimum amount of water sufficient for Drinking, Personal and domestic hygiene, At an affordable price,

Within a reasonable distance. According to WHO basic access can be defined as the availability of at least 20 liters of drinking water per person per day within a distance of not more than 1 km of the dwelling, corresponding to a maximum water hauling round trip of 30 minutes. More: http://www.aquatechtrade.com/India/admin/Documenten/Greenway_Mr.%20Ankit%20Mathur.pdf

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