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TitleOperation and maintenance of rural water supply schemes of Kerala Water Authority : a study on the non-technical aspects of Edappal, Mala and Choondal schemes
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsPillai, SR, Menon, TA
Paginationv, 158 p. + annexes (7 p.)
Date Published1995-10-01
PublisherInstitute of Management in Government
Place PublishedThiruvananthapuram, India
Keywordsability to pay, administration, construction costs, cost benefit analysis, income generation, india kerala, institutional framework, maintenance costs, recommendations, rural supply systems, rural water supply scheme - choondal (india), rural water supply scheme - edappal (india), rural water supply scheme - mala (india), water committees, water demand, water supply charges, willingness to pay

This study focuses on the financial and managerial aspects of the three rural water supply schemes of Edappal, Mala, and Choondal, in Kerala, India. In this report an attempt has been made to analyse the existing situation and suggest measures for improving efficiency and sustainability of these schemes through people's participation.

NotesText on title page: A study commissioned by the Operation and Maintenance Improvement Programme (OMIP) (A Programme supported by the Danish and Dutch Governments)
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