Historically, water is a gendered burden, with women being the primary caregivers responsible for cooking, washing and cleaning chores in the house and in modern times in institutions (teachers, anganwadi and healthcare workers). Women have traditionally been associated with various water related tasks - be it collecting, fetching, or purifying water.
According to the Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) website, access to toilets has improved in India and 28 out of 36 states and Union Territories are now open defecation free (ODF). While that’s good news, managing faecal sludge in ODF states in an eco-friendly way continues to be a big challenge.
Status of groundwater in Charama block of Kanker district, Chattisgarh: Report from Central Ground Water BoardPosted on 12 Aug, 2009 01:14 PM
The brochure provides complete information about the block and gives an overview of its geology as well as hydrogeology.
Pre-monsoon and post monsoon levels of water in the block have been mapped along with the hydrogeology of the region.
Download the brochure from link provided below