Provision of back up support towards sustainable community managed rural water supply schemes

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Eight percent of the population in Sri Lanka depends on community managed small scale rural water supply schemes for their day to day water needs. Those schemes have been constructed during a period of three decades with government or donor funding with community participation. They are operated and managed by user community themselves through Community Based Organizations (CBO). However CBOs have faced many challenges in fulfilling this task