Published in: 2020
UNICEF and All India Institute of Local Self-Governance
All India Institute of Local Self-Governance
This document will act as a road map for functionaries at all levels, especially at the district and GP level. The strategy will be developed in the context of the current situation within the state regarding challenges faced and progress made in the last few years on total sanitation.
SBCC activities are not conducted in isolation and their effectiveness cannot be measured in isolation either. The overall aim of the document is to outline and illustrate how the communities can be encouraged and directed to adopt safe and sustainable sanitation practices and also create the much required social norms around it.
Under the SBM (G), all villages, States and Union Territories in India declared themselves "open defecation free" (ODF) by 2 October 2019. It is now focused on ensuring that the open defecation free (ODF) behaviours are sustained, and that no one is left behind.
All India Institute of Local Self-Governance (2020). Maharashtra Social and Behaviour Change Strategy Guidelines. UNICEF and All India Institute of Local Self-Governance
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