Testing sewage for the coronavirus could provide vital clues to its spread in areas where mass testing is difficult.
Neeta has designed and implemented urban infrastructure development projects in most South Asian countries. Prior to ADB, she worked as an independent consultant on international assignments in Asia and as a project manager in the construction industry in Australia. Spanning over two decades, her professional experience focuses on planning, engineering design, and management of large-scale urban infrastructure projects, and the introduction of public private partnerships in water utilities in South Asia. She enjoys working with cities to improve their service delivery and to enhance urban resilience.
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The idea that rural water schemes are only sustainable if small, simple and locally managed is a bias that must be overcome to get more clean water to the people who need it.
Thanks to innovative taxation and urban services reforms, the city is on its way to becoming smart.
In 10 years, Kolkata will enjoy a 24/7 water supply and other related services.