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New Policy Framework for Rural Drinking Water Supply: Swajaldhara Guidelines

PHILIPPE CULLET
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 44, No. 50 (DECEMBER 12-18, 2009), pp. 47-54
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25663889
Page Count: 8
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New Policy Framework for Rural Drinking Water Supply: Swajaldhara Guidelines
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Abstract

This article discusses the central government policy for drinking water supply in rural areas. It examines its evolution from the 1970s onwards and focuses, in particular, on the reforms of the past decade, looking more specifically at the Swajaldhara Guidelines. These reforms are of capital importance because they seek to completely change the rural drinking water supply policy framework.

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