SuSanA India Chapter

Introduction

In light of the recent increased political and civil efforts to accelerate sanitation provision in India, SuSanA has set up its first regional chapter for India.

The SuSanA Indian chapter shall contribute to the Indian Government’s Clean India Campaign “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” by strengthening discussion on sanitation and by linking the Indian and the global discourse on sustainable sanitation.

The SuSanA Indian chapter is an open and inclusive contribution to activities in India towards more sustainable and accelerated sanitation provision with existing sanitation platforms in India being invited to be a part of the SuSanA Indian chapter.

The successfully proven SuSanA tools are offered for use in the Indian context. These include:


We are happy that the India Sanitation Coalition contributes to the set-up and further development of the SuSanA Indian chapter and that R4D's WASH Impact Network uses the SuSanA Indian chapter for the dissemination of resources and knowledge management. Other useful sanitation networks can be found in the useful links section.

All SuSanA partner organisations and members are warmly invited to define contributions for the SuSanA Indian chapter and contact the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if they are interested to participate.

Please find more information in the concept note of the SuSanA India chapter

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