Emily Nix, Jacob Paulose, Clive Shrubsole, Hector Altamirano-Medina, Kristine Belesova, Michael Davies, Renu Khosla, and Paul Wilkinson
The city of Agra is running out of groundwater. As the main river, Yamuna, is contaminated and untreatable, people’s access to clean water is limited and impoverished people have been disproportionately affected.
TOILET | SHAME | SOCIALISATION | DIGNITY
Self-Building Mechanisms under Swachh Bharat Mission.By: Ms. Suhani Gupta
INDIAN Plumbing TodayAdequate Potable Water & Proper Sanitation to All
A Practitioner’s Guide for Community-Based
Rain Water Harvesting.
Edited by Shveta MathurDesign by Trinankur Banerjee
A decent toilet is a toilet that is inside the house and built in a way that will keep its
contents separate from the water sources.
Curator :Renu Khosla, Shveta MathurPortfolio Designer: Vaishali Kukreja
This handbook has been developed to share this approach with community practitioners and communities of practice and for all those who would like to understand communities better to betterdesign solutions. Many people have been involved in bringing the handbook together. Most of all the communities and the facilitators who have enthusiastically incorporated the design extensions to PLA tools in their workings with the communities. The Hindi translations of technical terms has been a key contribution of their work on the ground.Their names are given on page 294.
Curator :Renu Khosla, Barsha PorichaPortfolio Designer: Yellow Brickroad Media
This report is made possible by the generous support of the American People
through the USAID. The contents are the responsibility of The Centre for Urban and
Regional Excellence (CURE) and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or of
the United States Government.
By: Monalisha Mohan
Considerable efforts in development studies
have been devoted to the understanding and mitigation of poverty (Narayan & Petesch,2007; Narayan, et al., 2009) all over the world.
The rapid urbanization of the global south and increased migration into urban centres at the end of the 20th century and the beginning of
the 21st century has mandated a closer look at the nuances of urban poverty (Baker & Schuler, 2004; Mitlin & Satterthwaite, 2012).
Edited by: Mallika Mitra Biswas,Nilanjana Bhattacharjee
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