Work Overview

To roll-out the use of SFD as a decision support and advocacy tool with active participation of city stakeholders. Duration of the project: Designed as a two year project building on one year kick-start phase.

Research Background
In 2014 the centre partnered with a group of institutions active in the field of excreta management to promote excreta (septage and sewage) flow analysis to inform urban sanitation programming through the service delivery assessment tool - Shit Flow Diagrams (SFDs), developed by Water and Sanitation Programme - World Bank. The objective of phase I of initiative was development and roll out of SFDs along with service delivery context analysis by testing the approach/tools in 50 cities worldwide. CSE prepared SFDs for 11 select cities from different agro climatic zones across India.

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CSE ties up with National Mission Clean Ganga to upscale citywide sanitation in Ganga Basin

CSE has signed a MoU with National Mission Clean Ganga (NMCG) on providing "technical support on planning for urban river from sanitation perspective for improved river health".

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