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Odisha continues with its transformative journey in urban sanitation in areas of solid and liquid waste management. (Image: SCI-FI, CPR)
Water data needs to be liberated from the custody of one set of users and a single programme making it a reusable asset that each programme and actor builds on. (Image: Needpix)
An open well in Maharashtra (Image Source: IWP Flickr photos) Image used for representational purposes only.
Women come together in multi-layered sanitation institutions in Angul set up under Project Nirmal to improve the sanitation chain. (Image: SCI-FI, CPR)
A new planning framework focused on democratizing village water data collection is needed (Image: Snappy Goat from Pixabay)
Paddy, a thirsty crop (Image Source: IWP Flickr photos)
The time-use survey indicates that women are now spending more time on unpaid domestic and care work (Image: Sunita, Pixabay)
MNREGA comes to the rescue of Harpur Bochha (Source: Umesh Kumar Ray)
Decision-making on water is a multifaceted and cognitively overwhelming process (Image: Lolame, Pixabay)
Farm ponds, often touted as magic wands to tackle water scarcity, have raised a number of concerns (Image Source: Ninad Sargar)
Community meetings in the slums of Dhenkanal under Project Nirmal (Image: SCI-FI, CPR)
As a part of Project Nirmal, community structures including Slum Sanitation Committees (SSCs) and Ward Sanitation Committees (WSCs) were constituted at the slum and ward level (Image: SCI-FI, CPR)
Satyagrah by the river (Image source: Umesh K Ray)
Women trudged long distances daily to fetch water for their basic household needs in Rupail (Image: People's Science Institute)
Kolahoi glacier in Kashmir (Image Source: Irfanaru via Wikimedia Commons)
Havoc of floods in Saharsa (Source: Umesh K Ray)
Women farmers produce vegetables through innovative farming practices in Banka, Bihar. They can sell their produce at regional markets, and earn a better income for their families. (Image: USAID, Flickr Commons, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

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