Panel Discussion on Har Ghar Jal: Exploring technological innovations for decentralized supply system

03 Sep 2020 03 Sep 2020
Dr Shresth Tayal
Online

Har ghar jal

'Jal Jeevan Mission' launched by Government of India aims to provide Functional Household Tap Connection (FHTC) with service levels at the rate of 55 litres per capita per day (lpcd) to every rural household by 2024. It is estimated that to achieve the aim of the mission, close to 14 crore rural households are required to be provided access to water supply connection. This is a formidable task given the remote location of Indian villages. Decentralized water generation and supply system could help in achieving the universal access to water by providing standalone solutions better suited with the country's hydro-meteorological environment.

With this perspective, this panel discussion is being organised to discuss latest innovations in the sector and deliberate on policy and regulatory framework to facilitate the implementation of decentralized water supply systems in the country.

On 3rd September 2020, 11:00 AM - 01:00 PM IST

Panellists

  • Mr Shashi Shekhar, Former Secretary, Ministry of Water Resources
  • Mr Avinash Mishra, Joint Adviser (WR&LR), NITI Aayog
  • Mr A. Murlidharan, Deputy Adviser (PHE), Ministry of Jal Shakti
  • Dr Satya Priya, Senior Water Resources Management Specialist, The World Bank
  • Mr M Ramakrishna, Managing Director, Maithri Aqua tech Pvt Ltd., Hyderabad

Moderator

  • Dr S K Sarkar, Distinguished Fellow & Senior Director, Natural Resources and Climate Programme, TERI
Contact Details

Dr Shresth Tayal
Senior Fellow & Area Convenor
Centre for Himalayan Ecology
Water Resources Division
Email: stayal@teri.res.in

Themes
Tags
Water access
Water security
Water conservation

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