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SFD (level 2) Report - Tilottama Municipality, Nepal

ENPHO (2024)

Published in: 2024
Pages: 67

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Tilottama Municipality is in Rupandehi District, Lumbini Province of Nepal (MoLFM, 2016). The municipality was established on 8 May 2014. It has a total of 17 wards and covers 126.19 square kilometres of area. It is surrounded by Butwal Submetropolitan City in the north, Siddharthanagar Municipality and Omsatiya Rural Municipality in the south, Rohini River and Devdaha Municipality in the east and Tinau River, Sudhdhodhan Rural Municipality and Siyari Rural Municipality in the west. The municipality was named after Tilottama River (also popularly known as Tinau River).

According to national population and housing census 2021, the municipality has a total population of 149,479 and 35,991 households. The total male and female populations are 71,526 and 77,953 respectively. The population density is 1,185 people per square kilometre.

The SFD graphic shows that 64% of the excreta generated are safely managed while 36% are unsafely managed. The safely managed FS generated by 61% of the population is temporary as these FS is only contained. So once the containment gets filled and FS from the containment is emptied, the percentage of unsafely managed excreta would increase. The faecal sludge generated from 3% of the population is contained and safely treated in anaerobic biogas digesters as well as in the FSTP at Ramnagar community forest in Butwal SMC.

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