Chamarajanagar District

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I need location of rain gauge station for Nallur Amanikere watershed in Chamarajanagara district. Please do help me find this.

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The rural-urban divide in access to sanitation reduces: UN

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This webisode gives an insight into Dr.Sudarshan's work with the indigenous forest dwellers, Soliga tribes in Biligiriranga Hills, Southern Karnataka.

Source of video: Chai with Lakshmi

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Biosand filter (BSF) is an adaptation of the traditional slow sand filter, which has been used for community drinking water treatment for 200 years.

Pragathi was founded in 1987, it is a non-government, non-profit and non-religious organization that works for the welfare and development of the tribal and marginalized sections of society, particularly targeting women and children. Pragathi is working in Mysore and Chamarajngar District, covering more than 100 tribal villages with approximately 9600 families.

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Village level maps of total population, number of agriculture families, total cultivable area, number of wells, water supply and overlay maps of these parameters of Chamrajanagar taluk in Karnataka used to assess the cultivation pattern and water availabilty in Godavari Basin. The overlay map of total number of agricultural families vs total cultivable area in ha shows positive correlation in villages having cultivable area above 1219 ha and below 241 ha but in villages with cultivable area ranging between 241 to 1219 a weak correlation is observed. in overlay map of total population and water supply in litres per capita per day (lpcd) water availability is quite low irrespective of the population in the village except for villages with population over 4000.

Chamrajnagar Taluk- Total Population

Total population of these villages vary considerably and most of the villages have population ranging between 1200 to 4000 persons as depicted by green and light green tones, respectively. Few villages have population over 4000 or below 1200 and very few have population even below 600.

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