To support the development of government-funded programs and policies for scaling-up sanitation services in urban areas in India through evidenced-based research
Five research themes will be focused on in this project:
1. Urban governance in India with a focus on Water & Sanitation (WATSAN) structures
2. Policy research and analysis to support non-sewered sanitation adoption
3. Understanding economic, socio-cultural and gender issues in urban sanitation
4. Public accountability and finance issues in urban sanitation programmes
5. Non-conventional finance frameworks for sanitation
Scaling City Institutions for India: Sanitation (SCI-FI: Sanitation): This programme aims to build a stronger evidence base for developing policies, programmes and implementation plans for achieving sanitized cities. Through research, SCI-FI: Sanitation aims to inform and support the formulation and implementation of the Government of India’s urban sanitation programs and investments.
SCI-FI Supplementary Grant, Project Nirmal: The project aims to achieve the demonstrated State Government and Urban Local Body (ULB) commitment towards sanitation service delivery in small cities; capacity development of states and cities for effective sanitation service delivery; increase number of people in pilot cities with access to better sanitation services; improve city-wide planning approaches for sanitation and demonstrate faecal sludge management models.
Research or implementation partners:
Practical Action for SCI-FI Supplementary Grant, Project Nirmal
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Capacity development Cities East Asia & Pacific Enabling environment and institutional strengthening Faecal sludge treatment processes Market development Operation, maintenance and sustainable services Political processes and institutional aspects Specific to one or several countries University, education or research institution Urban (entire city)
danijela milosevic (milli)
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