"Training of Trainers' Manual on Community-driven Total Sanitation", is a training manual, published by Water and Sanitation Program (WSP) in October 2007, based on a training curriculum developed by Dr. Kamal Kar, initiator of community-led total sanitation in rural areas. This curriculum has been developed through extensive field testing and both the curriculum and guidance notes have been refined based on a series of policy discussions, workshops and interactions with national, state and local governments and expert practitioners in South Asia. The manual, consists of two volumes and is aimed at resource agencies engaged in training potential master trainers to facilitate and scale up community-driven total sanitation. It contains three interlinked modules: Guidance Notes, Trainers Notes and Reference Materials (on CD).
"Advocacy Sourcebook: A Guide to advocacy for WSSCC co-ordinators working on the Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) campaign", published in December 2003 by WSSCC and WaterAid, is a source book that offers practical guidance on advocacy work related to water and sanitation and is a useful resource for anyone wanting to undertake advocacy work on these themes.
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In Ghaziabad City, first priority is to solve the actual problems of the existing sanitation system with works for rehabilitation of choked and damaged drains & sewer and disposal of solid waste. In the current scenario of Ghaziabad, by bringing the existing system to its intended function, the improvement of the environmental situation can be achieved to a large extent. The urban drainage system is extensively used for drainage of sewage.
Sewage and septic tanks outflows are discharged to the roadside drains. In fact, it is a combined system for waste and storm waters.
Ashta town is a municipality in Sehore district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The Government of Madhya Pradesh has initiated the Integrated Urban Sanitation Programme (IUSP) in line with the Government of India’s National
Urban Sanitation Policy – 2008 (NUSP).
Khajuraho, one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, is known for the group of temples representing marvelous piece of Hindu architecture. In 1838 a British army captain, T.S. Burt, came upon information that led him to the rediscovery of the complex of temples in the forests of Khajuraho. The Khajuraho group of monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Khajuraho is one of the municipality that falls under the district Chhatarpur,
Madhya Pradesh and is located between Latitude 24°51’N- 24°85’N & Longitude 79°56’E-79°93’E.
Raisen town is a municipality in Raisen district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The Government of Madhya Pradesh has initiated the Integrated Urban Sanitation Program (IUSP) in line with the Government of India’s National Urban Sanitation Policy – 2008 (NUSP).
The city Sanitation Plan for the city of Nasrullaganj, thus, aims at achieving sanitation infrastructure development along with developing awareness in the community and encourage public private partnerships in the sector. Read More
Gwalior is a city in Madhya Pradesh, India, lying 122 kilometres (76 mi) south of Agra, and 423 kilometres (263 mi) north of Bhopal, the state capital. Gwalior occupies a strategic location in the Gird region of India, and the city and its fortress have served as the center of several of historic northern Indian kingdoms. Gwalior is the administrative headquarters of Gwalior district and Gwalior division.
Solapur is situated on the south-eastern border of Maharashtra State adjoining Karnataka. The city is located on the East side of Maharashtra between 170 40‟ N Latitude and 750 54‟ E Longitude. It is very near to State Boundary & 550 km away from Mumbai & 300 km away from Hyderabad. It is well known for Textiles Productions such as Bed sheets, Blankets, Towels, etc. Famous temple of Lord Shiva (Shidheshwar Mandir) is located in the city. Tulja Bhavani temple at Tuljapur and & Akkalkot, the city of Shri Swami Sarmarth are just 45 & 37 Km respectively away from Solapur.
Navi Mumbai is located at the centre of Mumbai Metropolitan region, to the west of this area is Arabian Sea while to the north is Thane, to the east is Kalyan and to the south is Panvel towns. Navi-Mumbai is a part of south Konkan coastline. This coastline joins Sahyadri mountain ranges in south and 50 to 100 m high hills in east. Navi Mumbai area lies between mountain ranges and coastline. Navi-Mumbai is close to Mumbai. The Maharashtra Government industrial promotion policy leads to development of industrial belt in Navi Mumbai.