Sustainable Spring Harvesting and Development (Ogban’Elu) at Ajalli Community

Engr. Otti V. I.

Abstract


This paper shows how addressing problem of water supply and sanitation project can improve the well-being of Ajalli community as the opinions of the community stakeholders were sampled,the available water supplies throughout the community are becoming depleted and this problem is aggravated by the rate at which population is increasing especially in Ajalli community,this has brought into focus the urgent need for planned action to manage ‘OgbaNelu’water source effectively for sustainable development. Moreover, to gain an understanding of drinking water  practice through the finding, conclusion and recommendation for spring water harvesting structure. This intends to be a success because of meaningful contribution of both men and women, which will eventually lead to empowerment of the community members, effectiveness and efficiency, community development among other positive impacts. Also, to limit lack of adequate supply of water both in quantitative and qualitative terms in the community.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/enrr.v2n2p60

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