Founder

Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah (R.)

Rural Pipe Water Supply System

Project Name: Rural Pipe Water Supply System

Project Introduction:
Nalta is the birthplace of Khan BahadurAhsanullah, the founder of Dhaka Ahsania Mission. One of the main problems faced by the inhabitants was not having access to safe water. With the aim of Dhaka Ahsania Mission to aid the ailing and to serve the unserved, a project, funded by World Bank, and with technical assistance from the DPHE (Department of Public Health Engineering), was implemented to provide safe water to the people of the 11 villages under Nalta Union.
Overall Objective:Supplying safe water via pipelines at the doorsteps of the inhabitants of Nalta under Satkhira District.
Specific Objectives:

  • Setting up pumps to extract ground water from a suitable location
  • Connect the pumps to the beneficiary households via a reservoir
  • Develop a monthly tariff collection system for sustainability of the project

Outputs: The people of NaltaUnion under Satkhira district get access to safe water right in their households via pipelines
Major Activities:

  • CBO Formation
  • Installation of pumps
  • Selecting beneficiary households
  • Ensure continued supply of water
  • Collection of tariffs regularly
  • Conduct regular operation and maintenance

Project Participants (Direct):

Children(0-10)

Adolescent(11-17)

Youth(18-25)

Adult(26-60)

Senior Citizen(61+)

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F

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Project Duration:15 years (January 2007 to December 2022)
Financial partner (Donor):World Bank
Implementing partner (if any):N/A
Project Location/s and number of Field offices:Nalta Union, Satkhira District
Project Budget:BDT 10,04,00,000
Number of project staffs and volunteers:

Staff (Regular)

Paid Volunteer

Non-Paid Volunteer

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4

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Contact Person:
Name & Designation:Mohammad GolamMoktader, Programme Manager
Email:golammoktader54@gmail.com, Cell: 01912119885