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International Journal of Home Science

2017, VOL. 3 ISSUE 3, PART E

Role of Indian women in saving water at domestic level

Author(s): Reema, Anchal Sharma and Neelma Kunwar
Abstract:
The most significant environmental problem and threat to public health in both rural and urban India is inadequate access to clean drinking water and sanitation facilities. Almost all the surface water sources are contaminated to some extent by organic pollutants and bacterial contamination and make them unfit for human consumption unless disinfected. The diseases commonly caused by contaminated water are typhoid, cholera, gastroenteritis, bacterial dysentery, hepatitis, poliomycitis, amoebic dysentery etc.
Pages: 266-269  |  96 Views  20 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Reema, Anchal Sharma, Neelma Kunwar. Role of Indian women in saving water at domestic level. Int J Home Sci 2017;3(3):266-269.
International Journal of Home Science