The case study titled “Rural Sanitary Marts: Developing a sustainable alternate delivery mechanism for sanitation in West Bengal” has been written Alok Kumar and Sumita Ganguly in India Infrastructure Report, published in 2007 by United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). It presents that the Rural Sanitary Mart (RSM) typically rural production centres and retail outlets that manufacture and market low-cost hardware and provide services was rapidly expanded and becomes sustainable over a period of time in West Bengal.
“Low-cost toilets put Bengal on path to total sanitation", is an article by Nitya Jacob have been made available on the website of United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), highlights that due to Low-cost toilets all households now have toilets in East Medinipur District in West Bengal which helped to achieve its target of total sanitation in September 2006.
“Success Stories-Sanitation and hygiene in India”, which have been developed and published by United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF). It presents the success stories of Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) and its impact all across India.