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Pro-poor Water and Sanitation Governance
  Slum Environmental Sanitation Initiatives, India

Slum Environmental Sanitation Initiative (SESI), part of WAC programme, focuses on the developing approaches for making interventions at city and local levels and extend sustainable coverage to the un-served households. The project involved

 
   
local NGOs to cover 65 slums in the four cities of Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore and Jabalpur in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. ADB invested in the upgradation of city-wide water and sanitation infrastructure and demonstrated the ways to promote pro-poor water and sanitation governance for affordable access to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities.
  Urban Water Demand Management Strategy, India
Water Demand Management (WDM) is an approach that lead to long-term sustainability of the available water resources and infrastructure and imbibe a culture of water conservation as a commodity that otherwise considered free. The efforts of developing a WDM strategy and its implementation in the
 
    cities of Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, India is aimed at evolving interventions that improve efficiency in water distribution and supply networks
  Pro-poor investment for drinking water supply through Public-Private Partnership, India
A unique public-private-peoples-partnership was forged at the initiative of Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust, a private non-profit-charitable Trust, to provide safe drinking water to the people of Ananthapur, an arid district experiencing continuous droughts and excessive fluoride content in the ground water in the State of Andhra Pradesh, India. The project was completed in a record time of 18 months through people’s contribution around the globe and forty liters of safe drinking water per capita per day reached one million population in 731 villages of the district.
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