This chapter starts by discussing the research finding from an international perspective. It discusses the particularities of the Indian sector where a new framework focused on the 'coproduction' of rural water services. While there are some similarities between India and the international context, the Indian context has some idiosyncrasies that are specific to that context, in particular the overlap between the Gram Panchayat and community management. In many instances, the level of responsibility sharing between government and communities is considered to reflect a shift in the practices of community management as India has undergone significant economic transition towards a model characterised by the coproduction of rural water services between state and citizen. Finally, the chapter ends with some final conclusions considering what the research means for community management in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for water.