This study provides an overview of the socio economic analysis of the water and sanitation interventions made by the government in rural areas of District Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtoon Kha, Pakistan. Access to basic services like safe drinking water and improved sanitation are at the heart of human development. The socio-economic and cost benefit analysis of these interventions was the main intention of the study. A cross-sectional study has conducted while using proportionate random sampling technique for data compilation. The results and discussions represented that existing situations of water and sanitation interventions were just satisfactory. Water and sanitation coverage was 60% and 40% respectively. No appropriate operation and maintenance for water supply and sanitation.Therefore 83% respondents were not satisfied with O&M. Conflicts rise by the quantity of water supply and resolve by influential people. Interventions made communication gap among the people at the same time as only water intervention are advantageous to the community.