Date: October 9-10, 2020
Venue: AEETI, Nimli, Rajasthan, India
Mapping excreta of a city is increasingly used to analyze the sanitation in urban areas.An excreta flow diagram (also often described as shit flow diagram), can help to achieve this by offering a new and innovative way to engage sanitation experts, political leaders and civil society in coordinated discussions about excreta management in their city.
An excreta flow diagram (also often described as shit flow diagram, SFD) is a tool to readily understand and communicate how excreta physically flows through a city or town. It shows how excreta is or is not contained as it moves from defecation to disposal or end-use, and the fate of all excreta generated. An accompanying report describes the service delivery context of the city or town. For more information on SFDs visit sfd.susana.org.
The School of Water and Waste, CSE, is organizing a training on “Preparation of SFD” at Anil Agarwal Environment Training Institute (AAETI), Nimli, Rajasthan (Pincode - 301405).
This training is applicable only to participants of SFD Week 2020. The selection will be done on first come first serve basis. For registration, please click here
To develop the skills of young professional on using tools like excreta flow diagram for improved urban sanitation programming at city-wide scale.
For further information and details contact:
Senior Director& Academic Director, School of Water and Waste, CSE
Dr Suresh Kumar Rohilla
Centre for Science and Environment
New Delhi, India
Urban Water-Waste Management,
Centre for Science and Environment, India