RURAL WATER SUPPLY

Oct 4, 2021
  1. Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) 2019-2024

The Government of India, Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation has introduced a National Flagship Programme, Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) by subsuming the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) from 2019-20. This Mission aims to provide Functional Household Tap Connection (FHTC) to every rural household in the country by 2024, with a minimum water supply level of 55 litres per person per day.

The PHED is taking up JJM schemes in 466 habitations during 2020-21, targeting to provide functional household tap connections to 1,46,826 households. 76 habitations have achieved 100% FHTC till date and have become Har Ghar Jal villages.

Status of Functional Household Tap Connection in Nagaland :

Sl. No. District Total No of        Habitations No of FHTC No of FHTC provided till date
1 Dimapur 244 58,824 4295
2 Kiphire 111 15555 782
3 Kohima 112 41585 4408
4 Longleng 52 15643 710
5 Mokokchung 128 36613 6222
6 Mon 140 57027 3723
7 Peren 115 22242 1118
8 Phek 118 34858 5398
9 Tuensang 138 31301 6431
10 Wokha 155 24961 2701
11 Zunheboto 189 30264 6060
  Total 1502 369878 41878

Community contribution under JJM

As part of the Jal Jeevan Mission Guidelines, the community has to contribute 5 % of the total cost of the project in cash, kind or labour. The State has seen communities rise up to the challenge and contribute towards achieving 100% functional house hold tap connection (FHTC) in their villages.

 

100-days Campaign to provide assured safe water supply in Schools and Anganwadi Centres

On the Occasion of release of “Margdarshika” and unveiling of JJM Logo on 29th September 2020, Hon’ble Prime Minister spoke about ‘100 days campaign’ to ensure piped water in schools and anganwadi centres across the country, and launched the campaign on 2nd October, 2020.Information, Education and Communication (IEC) campaigns were conducted with WATSAN, School teachers, anganwadi centres and ASHA workers at all District levels.Under this campaign, tap connections to 1872 schools have been provided under JJM or re-affirmed, which were provided during erstwhile National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP).There are 3980 Angawadi centres in the State, out of which 3450 have been provided water filters till date by Social Welfare Department and 1045 tap connections by PHED.

The IEC Campaign and District wise tap connections achievement under 100-days campaign is tabulated as below:

Sl No District School Anganwadis Total
1 Dimapur 228 144 372
2 Kiphire 132 47 179
3 Kohima 171 152 325
4 Longleng 102 141 243
5 Mokokchung 200 5 205
6 Mon 156 48 204
7 Peren 107 71 178
8 Phek 166 59 229
9 Tuensang 214 95 309
10 Wokha 180 164 347
11 Zunheboto 216 119 335
  Total 1872 1045 2926