This note is an attempt to analyse the partnerships and collaborations in place in Jharkhand to improve programme interventions and contribute to wider sector debates and learning as a strategy towards continuous improvement of sanitation and hygiene status in the project districts
This study covered twelve villages across Dumka, Deoghar and Saraikela Kharsawan districts in Jharkhand as part of the learning exercise.The observations and lessons elaborated in this note take into account the issues of equity in access to, and use and benefits of improved sanitation services in these three districts.
The Global Sanitation Fund in India supports demand driven community led interventions aimed at enabling access to and effective use of improved sanitation facilities and hygiene promotion at scale in select locations in Bihar, Assam and Jharkhand.
This Study seeks to shed light on the progress made towards hundred percent covergae of sanitation in Bangladesh at the grass roots level. It helps to clarify the sanitation situation in targeted villages across Bangladesh. It also highlights the importance of gender, and the lack of accessibility of extremely poor sections of society into subsidy instruments to achieve universal sanitation coverage in Bangladesh by 2013.
On December 22, 2010, IWF organised a one day consultation/workshop on Pro Poor Urban Water and Sanitation. The purpose of the workshop was to situate the status and issues of pro poor urban water and sanitation within the larger initiatives of the City Sanitation Plans (CSPs), and identify the priorities that NGOs could have in the emerging situation for programming or designing other interventions.