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PM to lay foundation stone for Manipur Water Supply Project

Wednesday, 22 Jul 2020
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone for Manipur Water Supply Project on 23 July 2020. 
 
The Centre has provided funds under Jal Jeevan Mission to Manipur for fresh water household tap connections (FHTCs) to cover 1,185 habitations with 1,42,749 households. 
 
The government of Manipur has planned to cover the remaining households through additional sources of funding including funds from the Department for Development of North-Eastern Region.  
 
An externally funded project, the Manipur Water Supply Project was designed to provide FHTCs to the remaining households in Greater Imphal planning area, 25 towns and for 1,731 rural habitations covering 2,80,756 households in 16 districts of the state.
 
The project outlay is around Rs 3,054.58 crore with a loan component funded by the New Development Bank.
 
The Manipur Water Supply Project is an important component of efforts of the state government to achieve the goal of Har Ghar Jal by 2024.
 
The government of India has initiated Jal Jeevan Mission to provide safe and adequate quantity drinking water to every rural household of the country by 2024 with the motto Har Ghar Jal. 
 
The programme also implements sustainability measures as mandatory elements, such as recharge and reuse through grey water management, water conservation, rain water harvesting, etc.
 
Jal Jeevan Mission is based on a community approach to water and has information, education and communication as key components. 
 
There are about 19 crore households in the country and only 24 percent have FHTCs.
 
The mission aims to provide 14, 33, 21,049 households with FHTCs through partnership of all stakeholders including inter alia the state governments, panchayat raj institutions and local communities.
 
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