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JJM stakeholder’s handholding, awareness programme held

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ANANTNAG: The Project Management Consultancy, Mission Directorate, Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM), J&K, in collaboration with District Jal Jeevan Mission, Anantnag Wednesday conducted a mega handholding cum awareness program at Dak Bunglow Khanabal, here.

The sessions witnessed  participation of various stakeholders including PRIs, Pani Samiti members, field staff of  Jal Shakti Department, Poshan Abhiyan, Health viz. ASHAs, AWWs, District Project Management Unit JJM Staff, Implementation Support Agencies, water testing lab staff, and FTK Trained Women from various panchayats.

The programme was attended by Executive Engineers PHE Division Qazigund and Bijbehara Er. Zulfikar and Er. Sareer along with their Assistant Executive Engineers, Coordinator DPMU and other officers of various departments.

Mansoor Nizami, Consultant PMC along with his team conducted a session wherein he highlighted various aspects of JJM, water management and overall conservation measures besides the importance of JJM for ensuring adequate and clean tap water to every household.

The Consultant from PMC explained in detail the role and duties of various stakeholders including Pani Samitis and shared best practices of water management and rain water harvesting with the audience and motivated them to play their role with dedication in a missionary zeal towards fulfilling the vision of JJM.

The PMC team also highlighted through Audio Visual aids the essence of JJM, water harvesting, water conservation issues and elaborated them very beautifully.

In another session, a live demonstration of Water Testing on Field Testing Kits was presented by Water Testing Staff before the stakeholders in order to train them.

Incharge DPMU, JJM Anantnag while speaking on the occasion dealt with the issue of pollution of water bodies and said that careless dumping of waste into water bodies/ sources has aggravated the water scarcity problem and the need is to arrest this  trend by community mobilisation and action.

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