Tamil Nadu Urban Sanitation Support Programme - Phase II (TNUSSP)

2018 - 2020 • Indian Institute for Human Settlements (iihs)

Purpose

To strengthen institutional capacities for promoting inclusive sanitation

Activities

To demonstrate measurable improvements along the entire urban sanitation chain in Tamil Nadu, and strengthen institutional capacities for promoting inclusive sanitation with a focus on improved access for the urban poor

The key activities carried out in this phase of the programme are:
1. Technical Assistance to ULBs/ Regional Entities
2. Improvement in Sanitation Treatment Facilities
3. Model for Promoting Regulated De-sludging
4. Leveraging Resources and Influencing Schemes and Projects
5. Capacity Building
6. Knowledge Management and Peer-to-Peer Learning
7. Community Engagement
8. Gender Mainstreaming
9. Behaviour Change and Communication
10. Improvement of Public and Community Toilets
11. Improvement of Occupational Conditions of Sanitation Workers
12. Enabling Environment and Governance

Countries of activity

Location of main activity

Objectives

The long term vision of this programme is that urban Tamil Nadu will be poised to becoming a fully sanitised and healthy state, substantially eliminating open defecation, achieving improvements in services through the entire sanitation value chain, and able to safely dispose an increasing proportion of its human excreta, and re-use/ recover resources therefrom.

The goal is to demonstrate measurable improvements along the entire urban sanitation chain in Tamil Nadu, and strengthen institutional capacities for promoting inclusive sanitation with a focus on improved access for the urban poor

Further information

In the first phase (2015-2017), the programme sought to establish two model towns in Tamil Nadu as well as create an enabling approach for state-wide scale up. A two-pronged approach of focusing on two model urban locations to demonstrate on-ground city-wide sanitation transformation, while simultaneously creating a state-wide enabling environment, for the roll-out and scaling-up of innovations later on was adopted. The programme, created as a Technical Support Unit (TSU), worked closely with the Government of Tamil Nadu, and established an Advisory Committee (AC), headed by the Principal Secretary, and including representatives of the Gates Foundation (BMGF), to enable efficient co-ordination and faster approvals for the programme.

This second phase will build on the achievements of the first phase. Instead of taking up a selected number of ULBs for implementation support in an incremental manner, this phase will adopt the approach of state-wide scaling-up and demand-based advisory support to ULBs.

This work is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with a grant of US$ 3,617,559.

Contact information

Sriharini Narayanan
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Kavita Wankhede
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Asia & Pacific Behaviour change Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Capacity development Cities Community sanitation Emptying and transport (non sewered) Enabling environment and institutional strengthening Faecal sludge treatment processes Operation, maintenance and sustainable services Political processes and institutional aspects Politicians and local decision makers Specific to one or several countries Toilets or urinals (user interface) Treatment of faecal sludge University, education or research institution Urban (entire city)

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Project overview sheet (August 2018)

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