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  • Kerala Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency

    A Govt. of Kerala Undertaking


Assured access to safe and sustainable water supply and sanitation services to every household in the State.


Synergise the strength of Community and Local Governments to build sustainable water supply & sanitation services to reach the unreachable through appropriate technology and resources.


  • Be the lead agency extending support services like community mobilization, capacity building and IEC to the local bodies and implementing agencies for achieving 100% saturation of FHTCs in the state.
  • Promote water security by protecting traditional sources, Ground Water Recharge and Rain Water Harvesting.
  • Achieve 24 x 7 water supply through smart network management and reducing Non-Revenue Water (NRW).
  • Minimize stress on water resources by adopting 3 R concept.
  • Capacitate and Empower communities for sustainable Operation and Maintenance of water and sanitation assets.
  • Backstopping support to ensure sustainability of investments.
  • Ensure safe water through Water Quality Monitoring and Surveillance activities.
  • Make sustainable water use a way of life.


  • Capacity building and awareness creation at community, local body level synergising the strength of Support Organisations, local bodies and sector organisations.
  • Build mini/micro water supply schemes using appropriate technology and resources in remote, difficult and forested areas suitable for community management.
  • Promote non-conventional energy sources in water supply systems.
  • Work as an Agency complementing other sector organisations.
  • Recharge and protect traditional sources for water security.
  • Community management of Operation and Maintenance for ensuring long-term sustainability of water and sanitation services.
  • Provide technical and managerial support to all community managed water supply schemes.
  • Water Quality Monitoring and Surveillance by training volunteers at community level.
  • Promote water literacy and a culture of valuing water.
  • Develop an ecosystem of institutions for promoting innovation in the sector.


  • Achieve one lakh FHTCs under Jal Jeevan Mission by the year 2024.
  • Manage the activities of the Implementation Support Agencies under Jal Jeevan Mission in all 941 GPs.
  • Achieve 50,000 open well recharges and Rain Water Harvesting structures by 2024.
  • Ensure sustainability and functionality of all 5291 Jalanidhi schemes by the year 2024.
  • Achieve 1 lakh drinking water sample testing using Field Test Kits and sanitary survey in FY 2021-22.
  • Establish 500 Jalasree clubs in schools to promote water literacy by 2025.