The third basic need of Khushpur was to have a proper sewage disposal and drainage system. Almost 50% of free land has become a garbage/trash pile up, which is increasing day by day. There was no outlet for dirty water and constant & consistent maintenance is required to have an uninterrupted functioning of the sewerage system and the drainage network in order to maintain the health & hygiene of the village.
The water was flowing out of the houses and covering the main streets causing infectious diseases. The rest of used water use to go in dirty ponds, which cause the birth of mosquitoes and many harmful diseases. The villagers were getting sick every day with the most common illness related to untreated sewage water is gastro-enteritis, an infection of the gastrointestinal tract, which can lead to vomiting, diarrhea, and eventually severe dehydration as a result. There is another reason for improving sewage system is to be able to reuse the water used for waste disposal.
Needs some description for solorized irrigation system
The residents of KhushPur Village had no access to water for their domestic (drinking and personal) use. The only source of water was the traditional canal open drainage channel, an old damaged pipeline connection from the canal, and few hand pumps installed in the village, but this water is salty and is not recommended as drinkable but the population has no other choice but to use this water for drinking as well as for other household use.
Now a continuous safe water supply service for ample and reliable water sources and adequate capacity for treatment, transmission and distribution, as well as properly functioning pumps, reservoirs working.
The way these facilities are operated and maintained can greatly affect the health of the population, the quality of the environment, the benefits to the poor and the resources available for investment in expansion. Good and basic drinking water can enhance the quality of service and extend the useful lives of facilities. This affects the financial performance of water utilities and, hence, the resources available for investment in new services.
The “Drinking Water Project.” was inaugurated with Korean’s brothers .