It is not just the design and provision of the facilities that enhances the growth of any community, but the reason we provide the dwellers
with, to lead a lifespan in that place. The balance of infrastructure should be thoughtfully
maintained while creating policies which add
value. Looking forward to a scenario of 2047,
we envision the rural India as a cohesive,
self-sustaining group of villages where people
of diverse backgrounds and fields live in a harmony.
The Khatu Kalan village faces a number of
We focus on the basic amenities while maximising the natural opportunities for the residents.
To harvest rainwater and improve groundwater
recharge, we recommend the construction of
johads, or earthen small-scale reservoirs while
also restoring existing rain water harvesting
structures. To improve sanitation and waste management facilities, modified local dry
toilets as well as flush toilets should be provided. The waste water and storm water will
be treated first by reed bed and then by a STP to make it potable. Each house shall have
two rainwater harvesting tank for storing drinking water. The runoff from hills will be
collected in the existing step well. We recommend using renewable energy sources.
Our main objective is to implement rain-water
harvesting with indigenous communities for
sustainable development and livelihood
generation and also to enhance the capacity of
the indigenous communities in water
management and use efficiency.
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