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UNESCO-IHE INSTITUTE FOR WATER EDUCATION Quality of ground water is becoming an emerging issue in the water supply and health sectors. The ground water in the past was considered safe for drinking purpose but now it came to be known that many shallow tube wells contain arsenic at concentra...
UNESCO, (2008)
Safe Drinking Water to Quench Urban Thirst Lalitpur Sub-Metropolitan City (LSMC), the second biggest city in Kathmandu Valley, is home to 162,991 residents, mostly of whom are indigenous Newars. For the people who live in the core settlements of what is fondly known as “Te City of Fine Arts,”...
UNHABITAT/GoN, (2008)
"Partner for Safe Water" - Initiative for the Promotion of Household Water Treatment in Urban Centers Several people have benefited from the “Partnership for Safe Water” project. This is evident from the different voices shared by residents of the programme areas. Tulsi from Choche Tole, Lalitpur started using Piyush, a chlorine solution, to treat hi...
GoN, ENPHO, UNHABITAT, (2010)