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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44714

Women and Water Crisis Management in Tamil Naduwith Special Reference to Chennai Corporation

V.Sivaraman, D. Devanathan


All living things, including humans, animals, and plants, need water. Without water, nothing exists. Water is exclusively available on Earth; hence people can't exist on other planets. Most international, national, and state water commissions and committees say the water issue will cause a third global war. The Union, State governments, and NGOs work to solve India's water problem. Women are especially affected by India's water issue. They control the family's water for cooking, bathing, washing, and cleaning. Tamil Nadu is a fast-developing Indian state. State administration progresses with help from urban and rural local governments. Which company's machinery helps solve problems in urban and rural areas? Chennai Corporation is one of India's oldest, largest corporations. Chennai Metro Corporation created the Chennai Metro Water and Sewerage Board in 1978 to provide safe drinking water. Women with a deep connection to water are most affected. What are the strategies and techniques adopted by the Chennai Corporation to effectively manage the water crisis through its Chennai Metro water Board are discussed in this research article in detail with the water crisis and what are the problems faced by the women background of the water crisis as a homemaker.


Water, Women, Corporation, Urban, world

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