Publications

A look at the reports and briefs about policy and practice in water, sanitation and hygiene.
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Latest publications

WaterAid India develops a wide range of publications including technical reports, policy briefs, operations research, qualitative evaluations, good practice documents, and IEC materials. Available here are these publications for your reading and review.

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Water for All? Implementation of ADB’s Water Policy in India

A research study carried out under a three-country (Bangladesh, India, Nepal) study to provide an independent input for the ADB’s own initiated Water Policy Implementation Review.

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Drinking water and sanitation status in India

An assessment of the drinking water and sanitation situation in the country in terms of coverage and financing gaps, if any, keeping the targets of the Millennium Development Goals as a benchmark for this assessment.

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Profiling “Informal City” of Delhi

An attempt to understand the context in which the urban poor come to Delhi and live there. It analyses the potential programming options and reviews urban development programmes and projects, functioning of institutions and policies, trends in terms of access to minimum services (water and sanitation).

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How my piece on YKA got my workplace to make washrooms more accessible

Access to toilets is a major concern in our country. What is worse is that over 54 lakh citizens with mobility impairment are almost ignored when it comes to access to toilets. The poor accessibility to toilets affects their health, work life, and lifestyle. On World Disability Day 2016, Jolly Mohan, an independent and dynamic HR professional, shared an article on her day-to-day struggles of being a paraplegic. It was read by almost 200,000 people and sparked hundreds of important conversations on social media. Soon her workplace created washrooms more accessible for her. Read more

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