Papias Taquiri Carhuancho, Wilder Oswaldo Cajavilca Lagos, Dina Susana Paucar Condor, Victor Raul Villanueva Villanueva

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.3841-3853

The sustainability of drinking water services in the rural area of the Mazamari district is a challenge in the Junín region, because there is a significant amount of the population that does not have this basic service and those that do have the service, the quality of the water that consume do not reach the adequate standards of residual chlorine, which is harmful to human health, the water supply is important in every urban center and especially in rural areas, so it was necessary to carry out this study with the purpose of creating awareness, responsibility and conviction of the quality of drinking water services in the District of Mazamari, province of Satipo in the central jungle of the Junín region, a place where important water reserves converge, but a large number of known water sources . are contaminated, indiscriminate logging, waste, which added to climate change causes a decrease in river flows, and due to the increase in population, new public health needs must be met, due to the increase in population and the settlement of industrial activity, limitations occur in the supply and quality of water, in the process of regulatory execution and in the decisions or actions of water resource managers. The general objective of this scientific article is to analyze the current situation of the sustainability of the drinking water service in the rural area of the Mazamari district. Specific objectives: 1. Analyze the social inclusion of the sustainability of the drinking water service in the rural area. of the Mazamari district. 2. Analyze the regulatory framework for the sustainability of the drinking water service in the rural area of the Mazamari district, 3. Analyze the sustainability actions of the drinking water service in the rural area of the Mazamari district that the main actors are carrying out. The research method is grounded theory, because the analysis involves the theoretical aspect, with the state of the art, with the research design, and with interviews carried out with experts based on the specific facts chosen by the researcher; The design is empirical, non-experimental and is transversal. The results on the social inclusion of the drinking water service in rural areas show that there is a gap of 124 population centers that represent 66.66% that do not have water systems. Regarding the regulations, it is concluded that the D.L. No. 1280, which approves the Framework Law for the Management and Provision of Sanitation Services, includes a set of regulations that have been favorable for the rural area; however, there are 125 localities whose community organizations have not yet been formalized with a resolution. of the mayor’s office, in the same way in relation to the consumption of chlorinated water, 78.50% of localities in rural areas do not have chlorination systems. Regarding the actions, it should be highlighted that the municipality of Mazamari is negotiating with the Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation, new investment projects for drinking water services to reduce the gaps; On the other hand, operation and maintenance are carried out by the JASS communal organizations, with the responsibility of the Deputy Management of the Municipal Technical Area to train and monitor the adequate service to the population in the rural area.

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