CDD Society is a not-for-profit organisation registered in 2005 addressing critical issues of urban sanitation, environment and water security particularly for the benefit of the disadvantaged poor.
CDD Society aims to address the challenges posed by increasing quantities of wastewater produced in urban and peri-urban areas in South Asia through its experience and expertise in the sector. Decentralisation and community participation are key approaches for CDD Society’s work. CDD Society works closely with government authorities, urban local bodies, multi-sectoral agencies and corporates to develop robust, environmental-friendly and easy-to-maintain systems and solutions including wastewater treatment plants, city wide sanitation planning and faecal sludge management systems.
Establishing specialized technical support and field research center for FSM and non-sewered sanitation
To provide technical support to governments and sanitation sector partners, to design, build and operate end-to-end faecal sludge management systems
Duration: 2016 - 2019
To provide technical support to governments and sanitation sector partners, to design, build and operate end-to-end faecal sludge management systems that improve public health, living conditions and the environment in South Asian cities