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Title: Urban Water Sector Reforms - Analytical study of interdependent aspects contributing in implementation of 24*7 Water Supply Reform : Case Study of Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation
Authors: Singh, Shilpa
Keywords: School of Habitat Studies
Pranjal Deekshit
Water Reform - Chinchwad
Centre for Water Policy, Regulation and Governance
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: According to some specialists, the water crisis in the 21st century is much more related to management than to a real crisis of scarcity and stress. The increasing demand for water has been changing with changing lifestyles of the people, their requirements and needs. The regulatory institutions and managing authorities have been on their part trying to balance the situation but what is needed is the change in the approach i.e. the policies and frameworks which are continued to be adopted. The need of the hour is a new management strategy which can provide the citizens with their basic right of sufficient water needed. The governance which revolves around the power and authority of these authorities plays a crucial role in the reforming the water sector. The research study has focused on factors which together contribute in water sector reforms with their specific roles and impacts and how these mutually dominate the scenario. The 21st century has been seen growth and advancements with the help of science and technology in all the arenas of life. But the on ground situation of citizens has been contrasting with accessibility to lack of basic services. It has been high time, that the citizens and the governing authorities should come together and discuss it on a single platform to manage such situations of water management sustainably and efficiently.
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