8th City Sanitation Task Force (CSTF) Meeting - Chunar

Date: September 20, 2021
Venue: Zoom platform and Conference hall, Chunar Nagar PalikaParishad.
Time: 12:30 PM

Chaired By: Mr. Mansoor Ahmed, Chairperson and Mr. RajpatiBaisya, Executive Officer- Chunar Nagar PalikaParishad

Other Attendees: The meeting was attended by 18 CSTF members and the CSE team.


The City Sanitation Task Force (CSTF) is a multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral body supporting in achieving the wider aim of citywide inclusive sanitation. CSTF Chunar meets once in every quarter to discuss the progress on Sanitation in the city.This was the 8th meeting of the CSTF in Chunar.The CSTF members in the meeting actively participated in the review of the decision points taken in 7th CSTF meeting and discuss on the agenda points of the 8th meeting.

The meeting started with warm welcome of new Executive Officer(EO), Mr. RajpatiBais and brief presentation by   Dr. SumitaSinghal, Program Manager, CSE and encouraging words from Dr. Suresh Kumar Rohilla, Sr. Director, Urban water team, CSE. The members discussed on 11points' agenda to ensure effective Faecal Sludge &Septage Management (FSSM) and city wide inclusive sanitation in the city. Major action points decided are as follows

  1. Accelerating the progress against the work plan submitted by ULB to SMCG/NMCG.
  2. Intensive awareness drive for encouraging community participation & behavior change communication for effective FSSM in the city
  3. Supporting CSE team for development of Rapid City Sanitation Plan.
  4. Developing the model septic tank & leach pit toilet constructed in the ULB campus as teaching & learning center for various stakeholders/community members.
  5. Proper maintenance of trenching site (initiative taken for safe disposal of FS before FSTP constructed) and starting co- composting along with biodegradable wastes collected from vegetable market in the city.

The meeting ended with a vote of thanks by the Chairman, CNPP.



Agenda and letter from EO
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