A Study on Strategic Directions of Drinking Water Security in Rural India
Keywords:water, drinking, ground water, rural india
As one of the most important components of the Earth's hydrosphere, water consists of an inorganic chemical substance that is colourless, odourless, clear, and transparent. Even though it does not contain any calories or organic nutrients ,each and every type of life needs it. Throughout a person's lifespan, water that offers no immediate threat to their health, including any differences in sensitivity that may happen at various periods of life, is defined as safe drinking water in the 2017 WHO report. On the molecular level, yes. A covalent bond between two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom represents the stable balance of alternative and repulsive forces between the atoms in the compound. On Earth, there are 96.5 percent oceans, 0.9 percent salt water, and only 2.5 percent fresh water. This is the global water distribution (drinking water). Drinking water refers to water that is used in beverages or in the preparation of food. Its daily intake for a healthy person is determined by the amount of physical activity a person engages in and the surrounding environment. Furthermore, developed countries have been extremely well-managed when it comes to their citizens' tap water needs. Third-world countries and on other hand, are the constant victims of acute water shortages and floods. As a result, water and sanitation-related diseases account for 80% of all disease in these countries. As a outcome, the principal goal of this paper is to develop a region-specific and need-based strategic blueprint for the sustainable management of water resources, It could be beneficial in dealing with the basic social rights to food and liquid.
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