Author(s): Rajendra K Pachauri
Source: Reforms in drinking water and sanitation: 82p Authored By Kaushik Deb
With governments unable to cope with increasing demands for drinking water and sanitation services, private investment and community initiatives are needed to augment their efforts. However, the peculiarity of water and sanitation in terms of being basic necessities makes non-governmental participation complex. Recognizing this, the United Nations Development Programme, in consultation with the Department of Economic Affairs, Government of India, commissioned TERI to prepare a discussion paper that would develop a reform agenda for drinking water and sanitation in India.
Publisher/Organisation: TERI Press
Publication Date: 7 October 2015