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International Journal of Home Science

2022, VOL. 8 ISSUE 2, PART D

Problems related to water and electric supply in housing at present time in rural areas of munge

Author(s): Dr. Suman Lata
Abstract:
Poor water quality spreads illness, kills people, and stymies socioeconomic development. Waterborne infections claim the lives of around five million people each year. Furthermore, chronic disorders have an impact on schooling and result in 180 million lost work days each year. The anticipated yearly economic loss is Rs.112 crores. Diseases caused by contaminated water are costly to both individuals and the economy as a whole. The expense of treatment and pay loss during sickness are included in the economic loss at the household level. Working days lost have an impact on national production. The government, on the other hand, invests a significant amount of money and effort treating the sick and providing other supportive services. While the need for rural electrification was recognised as early as the 1950s, the Rural Electric Corporation was formed in 1969 as the first serious effort. Its main objective is to support and promote rural electrification across the United States. It oversees the Ministry of Power's rural electrification programmes and provides finance to SEBs/state power companies, as well as equipment manufacturers.
Pages: 224-228  |  74 Views  5 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Suman Lata. Problems related to water and electric supply in housing at present time in rural areas of munge. Int J Home Sci 2022;8(2):224-228.
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