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The potable water project in rural Thailand

Daniel M. Dworkin

The potable water project in rural Thailand

by Daniel M. Dworkin

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Published by U.S. Agency for International Development in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply, Rural -- Thailand,
  • Drinking water -- Thailand

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Daniel M. Dworkin and Barbara L.K. Pillsbury, with the assistance of Thira Thatsanatheb and Surindr Satchakul.
    SeriesProject impact evaluation -- no. 3
    ContributionsPillsbury, Barbara L. K., Thatsanatheb, Thira., Satchakul, Surindr., United States. Agency for International Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD313.T48 D86 1980
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24093527M
    LC Control Number2008377897

    Title of the Project:Accessing Drinking Water to Tribal’s and dalithes. in 3 Villages of Varikuntapadu Mandal. 2 Objectives: 1. To Access Safe Drinking Water to theTribal & Dalit Communities. 2. To create and build socio-economic Awareness among the Rural community on Water and Sanitation. improve the health conditions and the. Water supply and sanitation in Zimbabwe is defined by many small scale successful programs but also by a general lack of improved water and sanitation systems for the majority of ing to the World Health Organization in , 80% of Zimbabweans had access to improved, i.e. clean, drinking-water sources, and only 40% of Zimbabweans had access to improved sanitation facilities.

    reclaimed water can reduce the amount of potable water used for irrigation. On-site Use: Gray water is wastewater collected separately from sewage flow that originates from a clothes washer, bathtub, shower or sink but not from the kitchen sink, dishwasher or toilet.2 . project will also provide piped water supply to an additio residents through (i) a new water supply system in Stung Treng, (ii) a new distribution zone in Siem Reap, and (iii) system expansion in Kampong Cham and Svay Rieng. In addition, the project will .

    By , expand international cooperation and capacity-building support to developing countries in water- and sanitation-related activities and programmes, including water harvesting, desalination, water efficiency, wastewater treatment, recycling and reuse technologies. Scope of the Study According to Akpakpam (), the scope of the study is limits or boundary lines covers by the research or the extent the researchers would go. However, the scope of the study covers the management and operational problems of rural water supply in Nigeria using Water Cooperation Awka as the case study.


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