Venue: Conference Hall - Project Building, Dhurwa, Ranchi, Jharkhand
Date: 10th August 2016
CSE is a designated Centre of Excellence of Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India for capacity building and mainstreaming reforms/ good practices under CBULB scheme since 2009 conducting capacity building activities. We now have also been empanelled as training institution in subject area: (i) Engineering & Public Health and (ii) Town Planning - to roll out training programmes in AMRUT cities with funds made available from ongoing CBUD supported by World Bank.
The centre is supporting states/target cities for delivery of individual capacity building programmes such as – Strategic training plan based on TNA, research studies/documentation, exposure visit/workshops/seminar for capacitating municipal functionaries and elected representatives. This would also include coaching and task related assistance from peers / mentors as well as visibility and preparation of IEC materials.
The handholding training will include orientation workshops followed with sectoral innovation and good practices – in water supply, sewerage and septage management, non-motorised transport and other related sectors – waste management, wastewater recycling / reuse etc.
Taking the above into account, CSE has signed an MoU with Jharkhand state to roll out training programmes as per the AMRUT guidelines and as per the training plan encoded in the approved SAAP document. In the first phase of the partnership, CSE is organizing a state level workshop in Jharkhand on ‘Sewage and Septage Management’ followed by orientation & handholding trainings and exposure visits to showcase best management practices in the thematic areas for elected representatives and city officials.
Sensitisation and knowledge enhancement of city officials on sewage and septage management.
Thematic Focus and Objectives:
Knowledge sharing on the impact of inadequate sanitation and its challenges faced by the cities
Strengthen knowledge for implementing sustainable wastewater management systems at city and institutional levels
Improved understanding on the impact of septage management for achieving city wide sanitation
Update on existing and upcoming policies/guidelines on septage management and the way forward
The workshop is for Municipal commissioners, executive officers and concerned technical/ non technical personnel from the ULBs of Jharkhand.
Contact for more information
Suresh Kumar Rohilla