Muzaffarpur

Together as community for better quality of life
The informal settlement of Muskan gali looks nothing like a slum with better water, sanitation and hygiene standards, thanks to the formation of a settlement improvement committee. Posted on 09 Jan, 2019 11:40 AM

As we enter the narrow lanes of Muskan gali, after wading through the unruly traffic in a rapidly urbanising Muzaffarpur, we are greeted by Noorjehan outside her house. Between the gali and the main road, the city has grown. It has a population of 3.5 lakhs as per 2011 Census. This has risen now to five lakhs, say estimates.

Noorjehan, an entrepreneur who owns a home production unit of lac bangles, plays an active role in demanding that the municipality becomes responsive to citizen's needs. (Image: India Water Portal)
Invitation for Bio Sand Water Filter training, Sangam Charitable Trust and Aakanksha, Muzaffarpur, Bihar
The two NGOs are organising the five-day training course for social leaders in fabricating Bio Sand water filters that can remove upto 99% impurities
Posted on 29 May, 2014 11:37 AM

BioSand Water Filters can remove up to 99% of bacteria & viruses and also eliminate worms, parasites, amoebae, protozoa, metals and arsenic and provide safe drinking water for a family or community.

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Biosand filter training in Muzaffarpur, Bihar
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) is looking for Manager - Water & Sanitation based at Bihar - Apply by August 5, 2011
Posted on 03 Aug, 2011 04:47 PM

Content courtesy: DevNetJobsIndia

Aga Khan Foundation

Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) is a non-denominational, non-government organization. 

AKRSP (I) was established in Gujarat in 1984 and it seeks to contribute to rural poverty reduction through community involvement and empowerment that leads to the efficient management and improved productivity of natural resources. 

 

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