Participatory Community-Led Piped Water Supply under RSVY
The ‘Participatory Community-Led Piped Water Supply under Rashtriya Sam Vikas Yojana (RSVY)’ project was implemented to achieve advancement in horticulture, agriculture and allied development in backward districts in rural India. The RSVY government scheme was introduced to address the problems of low agricultural productivity and unemployment and fill the critical gaps in physical and social infrastructure. Gram Vikas implemented water supply systems to individual households in 78 villages under the scheme.
The project aimed to provide sustainable development in living of all poor tribal via proper development of natural resources.
4182 households, 78 villages
Four districts in Odisha
June 2005 to November 2011
₹ 2.41 crore
District Rural Development Agency, Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India
- Formation of Village Committees
- Capacity building of the Village Committees to plan, operate and maintain the infrastructure
- Establishment of water supply system in villages
- Establishment of individual household piped water connections
- 78 villages have water supply systems
- 4182 households receive round-the-clock piped water supply