There are a total of 850 families living in Rahul Gandhi Nagar, a slum area in the Indian city of Indore. They are completely dependent on ground water extracted from 8 community bore wells. The ground water contains high levels of e-coli and total dissolved solids (TDS), and these contaminants are affecting the health and livelihoods of the residents. TARU Leading Edge, through ACCCRN program, would like to increase the resilience of communities against water-borne diseases by providing reverse osmosis. Watch this video to see the impact.
Conjunctive water management in Indore
Duration : 10:13 | Views : 3,054 | TARU Leading Edge | March, 2017
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