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Current solid and liquid waste disposal practices is far from desirable and needs a rethink and an innovative approach with emphasis on conservation and reuse to meet the goals of clean, healthy and liveable villages. Indiscriminate and uncontrolled abstraction has resulted in significant fall of ground water. Compounding the falling ground water table is the contamination of groundwater from …

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Across six states, UNICEF and Johnson and Johnson created an enabling environment for MHM documented in this publication.

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This strategy for ODF sustainability is guided by the vision of the state government and the requirement of the second phase of the sanitation movement. Further, meeting the said objectives will require progress in several dimensions of sanitation and involvement of different departments of the state government dealing with the particular matter as well as all other stakeholders working in the …

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Sustaining the ODF status in all districts of West Bengal is the need of the hour. Starting with the first ODF district- Nadia, which has already gathered considerable experience in ODF Sustainability, the entire State is now progressing from ODF stage to ODF Sustainability stage. The impact of ODF S including sanitation, safe drinking water and improved hygiene practices goes way beyond just …

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After achieving the target of universal coverage of individual household toilet, Swachh Bharat Mission Gramin is working towards addressing the menace of solid and liquid waste management (SLWM) to ensure clean and healthy villages.

Government of Chhattisgarh has taken a sustainable approach to address solid and liquid waste in the state. SBM-G has adopted decentralized processes for waste …

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The Plus Codes are a unique solution, a digital address given to every location on earth. Shelter Associates and UNICEF partnered to map social and basic services of the slum settlements with unique location codes. This location code can be used on Google Maps and will allow slum residents to access services such as postal, emergency services, gas cylinders and other online services. In addition …

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This open access handbook, the first of its kind, provides a comprehensive and carefully curated multidisciplinary genre-spanning view of the state of the field of Critical Menstruation Studies, opening up new directions in research and advocacy. It is animated by the central question: ‘“what new lines of inquiry are possible when we center our attention on menstrual health and politics …

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Many women and girls worldwide do not have the knowledge, skills, services, and products or support to ensure their well-being during menstruation. Due to the link of menstruation with health, education, water and sanitation, and socio-economic factors, these challenges are even more urgent for those who menstruate in low- and middle- income countries (LMICs). At the same time, there is evidence …

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There has been significant increased attention to menstrual health and hygiene (MHH) in the WASH sector over the past decade, but it has not been accompanied by robust or consistent monitoring. While there is not yet sufficient evidence to recommend a comprehensive set of validated indicators and questions to support MHH monitoring, there are simple steps that can be taken now by governments and …

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From the executive summary:

• This report summarises the work done under a grant from WSSCC (via UNOPS Geneva) to Skat Foundation to run and develop the SuSanA Forum.

• The SuSanA Forum is a well-established, vibrant online community within the sanitation sector and a major global knowledge exchange hub on topics relating to practical implementation, research and policy. It is an …

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Eket is a coastal city in the southern region of Nigeria in the vast low-lying region where the Niger-delta drains into the Gulf of Guinea. The population is 211,255 (as of 2021) of which 80% are considered to be rural dwellers (average population density is 1,200 people per square kilometre). Fishing, subsistence agriculture and commerce are the most common occupations, although in recent years …

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This poster describes steps to ensure the safety of workers cleaning drains during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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This poster is about the safety of FSTP plant workers in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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This poster summarises safety procedures for desludging operators keeping the COVID-19 pandemic in mind.

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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 …

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The aim of this document is to explain the field level procedures in cleaning septictanks and the safe disposal of sludge. There are very few less than 4 major Fecal Sludge Treatment Plants in the state of Kerala. The floods of 2018due to south west monsoon, caused a very great havoc in 13 districts of Kerala by inundating all the wells and septic tanks. The flood water mixed with faecal sludge …

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This manual begins with the status of sanitation in the state and key observations regarding sanitation followed by the concept, government guidelines and methodology for major stages of ODF are discussed in detail. Later, the components of sustainable sanitation, maintenance and repairs of sanitation facilities, alternative finance options, entrepreneurship development opportunities and …

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The training focuses on developing capacities of all the stakeholders including operators, service providers, Municipal Corporation, elected representatives etc.

This training aims at conveying the key concepts and how to do the operation and maintenance of community toilets and management of feacal sludge in an effective manner, what are the basic non-negotiable elements versus want are the …

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The technologies mentioned in this document have been shortlisted based on topographical considerations, technical feasibility cost effectiveness and scalability. Moreover, these technologies should be easy to operate and require minimal intervention of skilled personnel, which is otherwise a limitation in rural areas.

The Technical Manual is intended to provide the reader with suggestive …

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The Government Maharashtra has taken up an initiative to reform selected rural villages affected by natural calamities like drought and other social, economic, livelihood and infrastructural challenges. This initiative has been started by recruiting CMRD Fellows in each GP for village planning, community participation and effective execution of the schemes according to the plan.

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As the Swachh Bharat Mission ventures into the second phase of its implementation - moving from ODF to ODF Plus – the Ministry of Jal Shakti released a programme inception film that shows how India will transition its efforts sustain the gains of the first phase and achieve a clean living environment through faecal and plastic waste management. The film has been jointly produced by the WASH and …

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The Odisha Rural Sanitation Policy 2020 provides a framework aligned to the 5T guiding principles (Teamwork, Technology, Transparency, Time leading to Transformation), with an overarching vision of achieving Swachha Odisha, Sustha Odisha. Accordingly, it sets out a course of action towards (i) sustaining toilet access, usage and hygiene practices, and (ii) safe management of solid and liquid …

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This ten year sanitation strategy for rural areas in India, prepared by the Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation (DDWS), Ministry of Jal Shakti, Government of India, in consultation with State Governments and other stakeholders, lays down the framework for achieving this long term vision. The strategy is intended to guide, local governments, policy makers, implementers and all relevant …

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This Manual is needed for the technical persons to be trained as Operators and helpers at the FSTP site at Thrissur. It contains Technical Guidelines for carrying out the works.

Vermifiltration is a more efficient method of sanitation relative to septic tanks and pit latrines. Earthworms are well known agents that promote digestion of organic waste, producing vermicompost.

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The Government of India (GoI) has launched an iniative to strengthen the capacity of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) to ensure the sanitaton gains achieved under the Swachh Bharat Mission (Grameen) are sustained. The initiative includes ODF status of communites, taking up of an open defecation free plus (ODF Plus) agenda and improving access to safe and secure water supply through the Jal …

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