The Delivering Change Foundation(DCF) has received an official acknowledgement for initiation and involvement in Change Management for the State of Maharashtra(CMTO). The Chief Ministers Transformation Office will function with the assistance from the water conservation department and Delivering Change Foundation in coordination with PEMANDU (Performance Management and Delivery Unit), an independent department of the Malaysian Prime Minister's office in ongoing implementation of Jalayukta Shivar Abhiyan(JSA) ,an initiative towards a drought free Maharashtra through a Gazetted Resolution (Government Resolution numberJLA-2014/Pra. Kra. 203/Jal-7, Mantralaya, Mumbai-400 032 Date: December 5,2014). Initiatives in the form of Entry Point Projects (EPPs) that were identified during the DCF-PEMANDU’s Water lab have been included in the Jalayukta Shivar Abhiyaan Gazetted Resolution. The government has identified 19000 villages in total across Maharashtra which face severe water scarcity issues and plans to make them water sufficient in 5 years. As a pilot initiative, in the first year the Government of Maharashtra will implement the program across 5000 villages.