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Integrating Equity and Inclusion in Collective Behaviour Change under Swachh Bharat Mission

Collaboration
This summary report summarizes the findings of the WSSCC and WaterAid India organized consultation in Delhi that brought together a small, select group of collective behaviour change trainers and professionals working on equity issues, such as different kinds of disability, participation and MHM, so that together they could explore different ways of integrating equity and inclusion into the existing CLTS module keeping in mind the needs of marginalized individuals and groups.WSSCC in partnership with WaterAid India organized a one-day consultation in Delhi that brought together a small, select group of collective behaviour change trainers and professionals working on equity issues, such as different kinds of disability, participation and MHM, so that together they could explore different ways of integrating equity and inclusion into the existing CLTS module keeping in mind the needs of marginalized individuals and groups. The consultation gave interesting insights on how trainers have tried to implement the SBM guidelines on equity and inclusion and the challenges they have faced. A list of practical steps was developed that can be taken at each stage of the CLTS process to ensure that marginalized individuals and their issues are included. These findings can be found in this narrative report.

Practical Ideas And Experiences for Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) Campaigns – A Living Sourcebook

Collaboration
This sourcebook is a work in progress incorporating lessons, innovations and best practices happening across India and other countries. It draws on contributions and experiences from many different sources in India and internationally. This includes contributions from District Collectors, Magistrates and others at workshops in Bhopal (Getting to Swachh Bharat Gramin Faster through Rapid Action Learning and Sharing, 2015) and Nainital (National Workshop on Community-Led Approach in the Context of Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan, 2013).

Defining and measuring Swachhata - Verification workshop

Equality
The two-day residential workshop had a Pan-India representation of national, state, district, Gram Panchayat and community level functionaries and practitioners. Through a series of discussions, group exercises and plenary synthesis sessions: What is Open Defecation Free and therefore, how, when to measure or verify it were discussed for a Swachh Bharat. This report captures the detailed deliberations, discussions, questions and outcomes of the workshop.This note is prepared by WSSCC summarizes the main outcomes of the jointly convened workshop by GOI and WSSCC on verification of sanitation outcomes under Swachh Bharat. It is accompanied by a summary power point presentation (Prepared by WSSCC) and a detailed workshop report (prepared by the rapporturing team of Vijeta Rao and Anjali Verma). The workshop report captured all discussions and observations by participants including differing points of view, observations and further questions for analysis. This summary note presents key agreed principles together with recommendations for meaningful measurement of progress.Synthesis and recommendations from the first national verification workshop - Presentation by Archana Patkar and Vinod Mishra

Regional Consultative Workshops for Forward Planning of Rapid Action Learning Units (RALUs)

Collaboration
This note summarizes the main outcomes of the five jointly convened regional consultative workshops across India by the Government of India and WSSCC on forward planning of Rapid Action Learning Units under Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin). The scoping exercise was undertaken by the WSSCC India team based in New Delhi. This summary note presents key findings together with recommendations for meaningful measurement of progress.This report summarizes the detailed discussions, deliberations and outcomes of five consultative workshops held across India. The scoping exercise was led by Sanchita Ghosh of WSSCC India with support from Kamini Prakash and Vinod Mishra and guidance from Archana Patkar.This PowerPoint presentation summarizes the main outcomes of the five jointly convened regional consultative workshops across India by the Government of India and WSSCC on forward planning of Rapid Action Learning Units under Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin).