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Making Every Drop Count


  • Release Date 01/2004
  • Printed Pages 72

Making Every Drop Count narrates the story of India's most precious and over stressed resource-water. The book describes trends with regard to the resource, namely physical depletion, deterioration of water quality and inadequate access to safe water and sanitation; the implications of these trends for the quality of human life; and policy and institutional failures that have contributed to these trends.

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