Promoting social inclusion for piped water supply in Bihar, India
Bihar has remained India’s poorest state between 1998 and 1999 and between 2015 and 2016. Within the layers of poverty, the Dalit and Mahadalit families remain the most deprived and vulnerable communities. This case study shows how the Watershed programme has been building capacities of the most deprived communities and CSOs in Barbatta village to advocate for their rights for better and holistic WASH services.
Author: Rajashi Mukherjee