Community Participation in Rural Water Supply Projects in Northern Punjab and AJK: an exploratory study (Volumes I and II)

Publication year: 
1994

The report aims to evaluate the structures and organisational systems associated with effective water user groups, analysing the factors that hinder or support their role in the management of water supply schemes. Although the study is termed participatory, no direct mention of the methodology used is made. However, the study provides some very structured and detailed information on different aspects of water management collected in a survey of 69 villages. Volume I provides information on organisational issues in water management. Volume II instead illustrates five case studies covering a range of issues including social impact of technological choice and community level subsidisation.

Publisher
Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Government of Pakistan| UNDP| UNICEF|World Bank
Publisher reference: 
Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, Government of Pakistan| UNDP| UNICEF|World Bank

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Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
D : Water and sanitation 1086