Nepal C. Dey

Water Quality and Willingness to Pay for Safe Drinking Water in Tala Upazila in a Coastal District of Bangladesh

This study, conducted in Tala Upazila (with > 0.3 million people) situated in a coastal district of Bangladesh, endeavors to identify the water quality situation and to assess people’s willingness to pay for safe drinking water; with a view to develop policies and programs to improve people’s access to safe and affordable drinking water in the coastal.. Read More

Pay 4 water

Sustainability of groundwater use for irrigation of dry-season crops in northwest Bangladesh

natural replenishment of aquifer such as, total annual rainfall significantly reduced by about 25.6% during 1981–2014; average annual river water levels slightly declined; wetland areas significantly reduced by about one-third; while the area irrigated for dry season rice (boro), the main driver of groundwater depletion, has increased about three folds during 1981–2014. Efficient irrigation management.. Read More