Thematic Discussion - Swachh Bharat Urban


Project year: 2016 •

Purpose

To discuss technology options, lack of data, capacity building and institutions in urban sanitation in the context of the Swachh Bharat Mission

Activities

The second thematic online discussion held under the umbrella of the SuSanA Indian Chapter ran from 4 September - 5 October 2016 on the SuSanA Discussion Forum. This disucssion followed up the start to the thematic online discussion about Swachh Bharat Gramin (rural) Mission from August 2016.


Under the title "Makers and Shakers of Urban Sanitation: Unthinking the Debate" the following topics were discussed:

- needs of proper definitions and more data
- technological options in cities
- capacity building in communities
- institutions involved in urban sanitation

Several Indian experts took part in this discussion with 12 detailed posts from SuSanA members.

A summary document of the discussion is provided in the links sections below.

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India Sanitation Coalition
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The India Sanitation Coalition has been established to bring organisations and individuals together on a common platform to find sustainable solutions for sanitation through dissemination of best practices, partnerships and collaboration and advocacy. The Coalition Mandate Success is attainable with a solid foundation. For this, the India Sanitation Coalition will operate with the following mandate: Vision To enable and to support an ecosystem for sustainable sanitation Mission To be an aggregator of knowledge and networks with nationwide outreach, focusing on models for achieving sustainable sanitation in alignment with the Swachh Bharat Mission and its goals Purpose To bring organisations and individuals together to find sustainable solutions for sanitation through a platform for corporates, civil society groups, government, financial institutions, media, donors/ bilaterals/ multilaterals, experts etc. The India Sanitation Coalition aims at bringing together all actors in the sanitation space to drive sustainable sanitation through a partnership mode. While FICCI serves the role of the secretariat of the coalition, the work of the coalition will be carried out by 4 taskforces composed of coalition members. Taskforce 1 -Advocacy, Branding and Communication Taskforce 2 - Identification and Dissemination of Best Practices Taskforce 3 - Engagement with Central and State Governments Taskforce 4 - Partnerships, Collaboration and, Growing the Members of the Coalition

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