A Review of Har Ghar Nal Yojana (Jal Jeevan Mission): A Case Study of 10 Villages


  • Vibha Joshi RGPV University, Bhopal, India Author
  • Arun Patel RGPV University, Bhopal, India Author


Rural Water Supply, Nal Jal Yojana, Jal Jeevan Mission, Safe Drinking Water, Piped Distribution System


Access to portable tap water is necessary for every household, ensuring basic health and hygiene. Water supply schemes are actively being executed in rural areas of the state to provide clean drinking water. The Jal Jeevan Mission, initiated on August 15th, 2019, aims to furnish 55 litres of water per person per day to every rural household by 2024 through Functional Household Tap Connections (FHTC), ensuring consistent pressure on a regular and long-term basis in all rural households and public institutions. As of 2019, out of approximately 18.93 crore rural households, only about 3.23 crore (17%) were equipped with tap water connections, thus indicating the need to extend water supply to 83% of rural households. The program also mandates the implementation of source sustainability measures, including recharge and reuse through greywater management.




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A Review of Har Ghar Nal Yojana (Jal Jeevan Mission): A Case Study of 10 Villages. (2024). International Journal of Innovative Research in Technology and Science, 12(2), 506-511. https://ijirts.org/index.php/ijirts/article/view/76

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