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Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Nepal ( Situation at the End of 1975)
Abstract:
Reference: (1978). Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Nepal ( Situation at the End of 1975), WHO. URL-http://apps.who.int/iris/ In the Fourth Five-Year Plan(1970-1975), Government allocated 59% of the total outlay on water supply and sanitation to rural areas. Although this represented considerable increase over the Third Plan allocation, it was only 0.9% of total development funds. In 1970-1975 the per capita expenditure on rural water supply and sanitation was Rs 0.58 and on the urban sector Rs 7.66, i.e., over13 times as much. The Fifth Five-Year Plan (1975-1980) proposes increased allocation so that by 1980 about 10% of the rural population should have access to safe water compared to 4.5%on 1975.
Publisher: WHO Type / Script:
Official Document  in  English
Keywords:
RURAL CONDITIONS, RURAL WATER SUPPLY, RURAL SANITATION, RURAL HEALTH, WATER QUALITY, INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE, BILATERAL ASSISTANCE, NATIONAL POLICY, RURAL WATER SUPPLY PROGRAMME, WATER RESOURCES, TRAINING PROGRAMMES, HEALTH EDUCATION, PUBLIC HEALTH, TECHNICAL MANPOWER, CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
Thematic Group:
WHO, (1978)
Thesaurus:
03.05.00 - Water
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