Digital tool to monitor groundwater
Women in Rajasthan use a groundwater monitoring tool to record water levels and promote water literacy Amita Bhaduri posted 10 months 3 weeks ago

According to a 2006 report by the Inter-Agency Task Force, titled ‘Gender, Water and Sanitation’

Women use an open source groundwater monitoring tool that enables collection of water level data of wells and its collation on a web platform for easy access by all. (Image: FES)
Water packaging units run without licence
News this week Swati Bansal posted 5 years 6 months ago

Most water packaging units operating without license: FSSAI

Mineral water bottles (Source: Pixabay.com)
Sharing best practices in rural development - Case studies of few success stories in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh
A report that presents the findings of a study aimed at evaluating/examining the government run rural development programmes for community development Rama Mani posted 12 years 4 months ago

This report on Planning Commission site by Research and Development Initiatives presents the findings of a study that aimed at evaluating/examining the government run rural development programmes for community development implemented in the country by:

  • Documenting best practices in rural planning and implementation.
  • Suggesting ways and developing systems for replication of these good practices at a larger level
CGWB's district groundwater atlas of Rajasthan
Comprehensive groundwater Atlas of Rajasthan published by the Central Groundwater Board rajshekar posted 12 years 5 months ago

CGWB's groundwater atlas all the basic information regarding Rajasthan's groundwater including the following:

Sharing best practices in rural development - success stories of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh by Research and Development Initiatives
The study attempts to document best practices in rural development planning and implementation and suggest ways and system for replication of these good practices at a larger level Rama Mani posted 12 years 8 months ago

In consultation with the Planning Commission of India, states of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh were selected for the study. The government-pioneered projects from time to time have changed in approach and strategy. These shifts in the policy decisions are taken on the basis of experiences from existing programmes and to reach out to the last person in the last row.

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