PublicationsA look at the reports and briefs about policy and practice in water, sanitation and hygiene.
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.
Water Supply for Urban Poor in India
The long queues and hours of wait for free water tanker adds on to the prominent challenge of inadequate and unsafe supply of potable water. People then have no other option but to purchase water at greater costs yet of lower quality. WaterAid India in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences developed the report “Water Supply in India for Urban Poor” to provide insights into how the urban water supply services can reach the urban poor.
Exchanges of Faecal Sludge Management Coalitions
WaterAid India organised a workshop titled, ‘Exchanges of Faecal Sludge Management Coalitions’ on 19 February 2017 to strengthen cross-learning and sharing between different countries in Asia and Africa. The report highlights proceedings from the workshop.
Wild Water – The State of the World’s Water 2017 (Hindi)
In this briefing, we look at how the struggle of vulnerable rural communities to access clean water is compounded by wild water events. We explore how improving access to water, sanitation and hygiene services makes them better able to withstand catastrophe, and why working towards the Sustainable Development Goal of reaching everyone everywhere with access to clean water by 2030 will be essential in building adaptable, more climate-resilient communities.
Schools offer a crucial chance for menstrual hygiene programmes to make transformations that will benefit adolescent girls long into their futures. This Menstrual Hygiene Day, Arundati Muralidharan, WaterAid India’s Policy Manager for WASH in Schools, Health, and Nutrition, describes the menstrual hygiene landscape in India’s schools, and the work WaterAid India is doing to improve it. WaterAid India has a presence in 11 Indian states. Our MHM interventions, while adhering to core components common to all, deploy different strategies to work appropriately with various government departments to improve menstrual hygiene among schoolgirls. In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, adolescents in schools,...