'Slippage': The Bane of Rural Drinking Water Sector (A Study of Extent and Causes in Andhra Pradesh)
AbstractSlippage is one of the main bottlenecks of achieving full coverage of water and sanitation services in India. This paper makes an attempt to identify the causes of slippage in a systematic manner. The broad objectives of the paper include: i) assess the extent of slippage at the national and state level; ii) identify the causes of slippage at various levels; and iii) provide some pointers for policy based on the analysis. [CESS WP No. 87].
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India; Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); policy; water and sanitation services; slippage; national; state level; Government publications; children; supply infrastructure; hygiene; NSS; rura; drinking water; Andhra Pradesh; AP;
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- Reddy, V. Ratna & Dev, S. Mahendra, 2006. "Managing Water Resources: Technologies, Policies, and Institutions," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780195681123, September.
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