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TitleThe PMU manual. Volume IV. Technology manual (part III) feasibility manual
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1997
AuthorsIN, UPradesh (S
Pagination161 p. : ill., tab.
Date Published1997-07-26
PublisherSwajal Project, Project Management Unit
Place PublishedLucknow, India
Keywordsbaseline studies, catchment areas, costs, drainage, environmental management, environmental protection, feasibility studies, india uttar pradesh, manuals, projects, safe water supply, sanitation, sdiasi, uttar pradesh rural water supply and environmental sanitation project (uprwses - swajal) (india), villages, women

The Feasibility Manual is the third part of the Technology Manual and describes the technical component of the Community Action Planning (CAP) process. It also enables the community and the Support Organization (SO) to undergo the feasibility process and then to go on to the design phase. This manual is also the basis for the first technical training of SOs on the CAP feasibility process. The purpose of the feasibility report is to develop a list of options, with active participation of the community, on a variety of issues including water supply, sanitation, catchment area protection and environment management. While considering the options the community can compare and assess various implications, such as capital and operation and maintenance costs, level of service, time savings, health benefits and environment improvement. After weighing the pros and cons, it is the community which decides on the most appropriate action

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Original PublicationThe PMU implementation manuals. Volume III. UP-RWSES monitoring and evaluation system, The PMU manuals. Volume II. Training


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