Jhansi District

Overexploitation of groundwater highest in Punjab: Government
News this week Swati Bansal posted 1 year ago

Punjab no.1 in overexploitation of groundwater 

Overexploitation of groundwater highest in Punjab (Source: IWP Flickr Photos)
Gender-sensitive response to the climate crisis
Gender-transformative approaches are needed for climate adaptation, to lessen the stresses that force people to migrate. Amita Bhaduri posted 1 year 2 months ago

A crowd of people jostling by the ticket counter at Jhansi railway station in Uttar Pradesh; men and women, some with families in tow, boarding trains to Delhi, Lucknow, Mumbai and other big cities. These are common sights during the summer months at Jhansi, a major town and railway junction.

Women and girls spend a considerable amount of their time in fetching water. (Image: Romit Sen)
No more thirst
A women led initiative ensures access to water in Punawli Kalan village of Jhansi priyad posted 4 years 6 months ago

This story is of Punawli Kalan village in Uttar Pradesh, where a community with the support of a women-led federation, solved its water woes by developing a community-owned water supply system.

Water tank in Punawli Kalan village, Jhansi
Ken-Betwa river gets some respite
Statutory clearance not given for the much touted Ken-Betwa model link project of the Interlinking of Rivers programme due to extreme social and environmental concerns. Amita Bhaduri posted 5 years 9 months ago

In December 2015, more than forty years after it was conceived, the Government was set to launch India’s ambitious 30-link river interlinking project linking 37 rivers.

View of Betwa river (Source: Manual Menal, Wikimedia Commons)
Technology and public awareness to combat climate change
Using community radio, messages about adapting to climate change and methods to do it were communicated to farmers in Bundelkhand. Amita Bhaduri posted 7 years 7 months ago

In Jhansi, Bundelkhand farmers experience great uncertainties in agriculture due to erratic rainfall. Covering 13 districts of southwest Uttar Pradesh and Northern Madhya Pradesh with a population of approximately 21 million, Bundelkhand is a typical semi-arid region.  Around 83% of the area is rural and more than one third of the households are considered to be below the poverty line.

Crops appropriate to deal with climate change
Water resources in Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh) and Tikamgarh districts (Madhya Pradesh)
Water demand, availability, solid waste management and sanitation data in Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh) and Tikamgarh districts (Madhya Pradesh). iwpsuperadmin posted 9 years 2 months ago

Water resources information of the Bundelkhand region about water demand, availability, supply and accessibility and information on sanitation practices like toilets, personal hygiene, solid waste management, liquid waste disposal and availability of water for sanitation.

Right to water and sanitation : Water Drops, the Water Aid newsletter
"Water Drops", the WaterAid newsletter focuses on the right to water and sanitation in their recent issue. iwp posted 11 years 10 months ago

The newsletter explores the ways in which national laws, court pronouncements and judgements and international commitments can be interpreted to imply a right to water and sanitation.

Specific articles cover:

-Individual court cases and Supreme Court pronouncements

Water resources in Tikamgarh and Jhansi districts – A status report by Development Alternatives
The report is an effort to conduct rapid assessment of status of water and wastewater management and the potential to introduce integrated approach with an aim to provide “water for all, always’ Rama Mani posted 12 years 2 months ago

Some of the main findings of the status report on water resources in Tikamgarh and Jhansi districts by Development Alternatives are –

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