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Women, neglected stakeholders in water management (Photocredit: Makarand Purohit for India Water Portal)
Organised under WaterAid India’s partnership with GAP, water testing workshop (2019) held in Indore district aimed at training women and youth to lead the entire process of community water management – from planning to supply, operations and maintenance and to educate communities on water-quality issues. (Image: WaterAid India/Ashima Narain)
Is our tap water really safe? (Image Source: IWP Flickr Photos)
A latrine emptier is lifted out of a pit in Bangalore, India (Image: WaterAid/CS Sharada Prasad)
Women workers suffer the most (Image Source: Azhar Feder, Wikimedia Commons-CC-BY-SA-3.0)
A still from the movie Parasite (Image: Christiano Betta, Flickr Commons: CC BY 2.0)
Lack of sufficient quality water, poor pipe connectivity and frequent breakdown of existing pipelines are common in the area (Image: Jayasree Vaidyanathan)
The river Karamana in Thiruvanathapuram, Kerala (Image Source: India Water Portal)
Once selected for the role, the women entrepreneurs were trained to run the community filtration plant and overlook all operations ranging from the management of customers to the plant finances. (Image: India Water Portal)
Drinking water quality and health (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
INREM Foundation has helped develop protocols on designing proactive action on safe water and nutrition to help mitigate fluorosis (Image: Vikas Ratanjee)
The need for decentralised governance to deal with the current groundwater crisis (Image Source: ACWADAM)
AKRSP has promoted rainwater harvesting to address the issue of scarce potable water at Mangrol. By encouraging households to collect rainwater using pipes on their roofs which then drain into an underground tank they have been able to promote water security. (Image: Aga Khan Foundation Flickr)
Woman farmer sifting grain (Image: Ray Witlin/World Bank CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
The Gangetic dolphin (Image Source: Arati Kumar Rao)
Just 21.4 percent of India’s households have access to piped water, as per NSSO data (Image: Niyantha Shekar, Flickr Commons; CC BY-NC 2.0)

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