Water project implementation strategy

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Water project implementation strategy

  1. 1. By: ARJUN LIMBU, E-mail: arjunlimbu@outlook.com Experienced in water projects in rural parts of Nepal
  2. 2. Things to Consider • PVC Pipe size: mm • Pipe Pressure used: 10 atm • Intake high enough to feed the tank
  3. 3. Large Project • Main pipeline to feed a number of branch line tanks-these will be then header tanks for the branch line systems (also work as storage tank). • Purification methods: • Screening-sedimentation-slow sand filtration
  4. 4. Management +Planning • Start with pilot project • Self help labor->digging and back fill • Jointing and laying pipes done to standard (must) • Aspects require supervision of tech. assistant
  5. 5. Project Leadership and Commitment • Key is involvement of whole community • Expert Organization to implement, coordination with local communities • ACCURATE AND EASILY INTREPRETED PLANS • Ensure everyone does share-First Meeting • -All leaders present • -Chief asks if people want project (?) • -Appoint Project committee and their commitment • -Important is committees, not appointed by gov. • -It has been realized that community participation is essential. • -Lines marked out before digging • -Technical assistant vital link between project and people.
  6. 6. Project Budgeting • Community involvement is also a cost • Expenses of transportation, project materials should be bear by project. • 20 % should be contingency costs is compulsory. • In monsoon season, the costs goes up.
  7. 7. CONCLUSION • I)response to real need • Community must be involved (planning, implementation and maintenance) • Results of involvement and basic importance (pride, ownership…) • Rural communities ( conflict mgmt)- conservative and cautious • Gain confidence through: demonstration, involvement

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