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Multiple use water service implementation in Nepal and India : experience and lessons for scale-up

This book explores the practical implementation of the multiple-use water services (MUS) concept in Nepal and India, focusing on community-level lessons and implications for scaling up the approach. Lessons are drawn from projects that attempted to move beyond the segregation of irrigation and domestic water systems to allow the poor to access water for domestic needs as well as enable income-generating vegetable production.

The MUS work in both countries included application of the learning alliance approach, allowing idea sharing at the national/state, district, and local levels. These community, NGO and partner efforts to integrate water resource use will inspire professionals to look at village water use and service delivery in new ways.

TitleMultiple use water service implementation in Nepal and India : experience and lessons for scale-up
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsMikhail, M., Yoder, R.
Paginationviii, 318 p. : fig., photogr., tab.
Date Published2008-12-01
PublisherInternational Development Enterprises
Place PublishedLakewood, CO, USA
ISSN Number9780615269931
Keywordscommunity participation, government organizations, india maharashtra, integrated approach, nepal, non-governmental organizations, partnerships, scaling up, sdiasi, sdiman, sustainable livelihoods, water use
Abstract

This book explores the practical implementation of the multiple-use water services (MUS) concept in Nepal and India, focusing on community-level lessons and implications for scaling up the approach. Lessons are drawn from projects that attempted to move beyond the segregation of irrigation and domestic water systems to allow the poor to access water for domestic needs as well as enable income-generating vegetable production.

The MUS work in both countries included application of the learning alliance approach, allowing idea sharing at the national/state, district, and local levels. These community, NGO and partner efforts to integrate water resource use will inspire professionals to look at village water use and service delivery in new ways.

NotesBibliography: p. 306-307
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