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Impact Assessment of Fluorosis Mitigation Project, A Case Stydy of Nagour


Hukam Singh Raj Purohit | Dr. Bharat Nagar


Hukam Singh Raj Purohit | Dr. Bharat Nagar "Impact Assessment of Fluorosis Mitigation Project, A Case Stydy of Nagour" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-5, August 2018, pp.242-252, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd15813.pdf

The present study has been undertaken to evaluate the impact assessment of the fluorosis mitigation project in the Nagaur district (Raj). Nagour is a centrally located district of Rajasthan state of India which is a part of great Indian Thar Desert. Average rainfall in the district is 361.65 mm, which means quite low level in comparison with 531 mm in Rajasthan and 1200 mm in India. also the district has no perennial river and the main sources of water supply in the district is ground water which invariable does not confirm to BIS and WHO Standards as it contains excess of fluoride, nitrate and salinity . As per National Rural Water Quality Monitoring and Surveillance Programme, the Nagour is ranked second after Barmer that has 65.64 % quality affected drinking water sources. Despite this quality problem, most of area is over exploited. Moreover, cyclic drought has severely affected recharge of aquifers, which causes limited quantity of ground water. Fluoride in drinking water of Rajasthan is found to originate from various rocks. These rocky belts extended from Delhi to Gujarat. The geological distribution of rocks in Rajasthan revels that the fluoride yielding areas occupies large areas of eastern and southeast parts of the state. Also Rajasthan has mica mines, where the ground water is rich in fluorides. Government of Rajasthan is implementing the fluorosis mitigation programme with the help of the three approaches i.e community based, school based and hospital based in the 986 villages and seven towns of the nagour district. The impact assessment will help for the better understanding of community participation and the health effect of the interventions. The conclusions of the impact assessment may determine required recommendations and focus on community participation and improvement in their health .The conclusions drawn from this study will outline the need for capacity building of the doctors, paramedical staff and Panchayati Raj Institutions. Administrative capability and reduction in the diseases were evaluated using questionnaires and interpersonal communications.

Fluorois Mitigation, Community Based Approach, Hospital Based Approach, School Based Approach, Panchayati Raj Institutions, Interpersonal Communication


IJTSRD15813
Volume-2 | Issue-5, August 2018
242-252
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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