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Urban Local Bodies in Development Review-cum-sharing Workshop. “Strengthening and Empowering Urban Local Authorities in the Delivery of Decentralised Sanitation Services”. 3 rd – 4 th October 2013, Hotel Radisson, Shimla. Project Partner. Main Applicant. Municipal Corporation Shimla.

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Urban Local Bodies in Development

Review-cum-sharing Workshop

“Strengthening and Empowering Urban Local Authorities in the Delivery of Decentralised Sanitation Services”

3rd – 4th October 2013, Hotel Radisson, Shimla

Project Partner

Main Applicant

Municipal Corporation Shimla

Project SMS - स्वच्छता में सक्षम


Contents

  • Introduction to project

    • Key results

    • Introduction to main applicant, partners

  • Current Status

    • Institutional framework

    • Recruitment

    • Office set-up

  • Financials

    • Project expenditure

  • Plan of action

    • October 2013 – March 2014


Introduction to Project – key facts

  • Project Duration – 42 months

  • Project Budget – 1 Million Euros

  • Project Main Applicant – Municipal Corporation Shimla

  • Project Partner

    • Bremen Overseas Research and Development Association (BORDA)

    • Consortium for DEWATS Dissemination (CDD) Society

  • Project Associates – 4 ULBs in Himachal Pradesh

    • Mandi, Dharamshala, Nahan, Hamirpur (to be finalised)


Objectives

“Strengthening and Empowering Urban Local Authorities in the Delivery of Decentralised Sanitation Services”


Key results

  • Result 1 - Enhanced awareness, knowledge and practical skills of ULBs functionaries, elected representatives for delivering decentralised integrated sanitation solutions

  • Result 2 - Inclusive planning approach of ULBs for decentralised sanitation service delivery is strengthened

  • Result 3 - Integrated decentralised sanitation solutions are recognized and included in ULB options portfolio


Problem analysis

  • Lack of awareness, knowledge and skills for delivering basic sanitation services through alternative decentralised solutions

  • Limited staff strength and lack of exposure and training on subject of decentralised solutions

  • Lack of an integrated approach towards citywide sanitation planning (non-inclusive and piece meal approach, focusing on conventional centralised systems only)

  • Lack of skilled staff and paucity of funds for implementing centralised systems (unsuited for urban sprawl)

  • Decentralised solutions are not recognized as an option in current mainstream policies and programs


Relevance of the action

  • MCS and 4 other ULBs – geographically focussed region of EU having City Sanitation Plans

  • Project will promote integrated sanitation planning at municipality level through decentralised approaches

  • Strengthening of municipal capacities to deliver basic sanitation services

  • Project actions are aligned and in convergence with existing government programs (NUSP, JnNURM, ILCS)

  • Project aims to strengthen transfer of knowledge through cross learning, peer experience and reflective learning approaches


Result 1 - Enhanced awareness, knowledge and practical skills for delivering decentralised integrated sanitation solutions

  • Strong policy support by decision makers/state authorities for implementation of decentralised sanitation solutions

    • Awareness workshops at ULB and state level about decentralised, innovative alternative solutions to deliver basic infrastructure/services

    • 250 key decision makers/ stakeholders

  • MCS and other ULBs are able to design and implement an effective IEC campaign on decentralised sanitation solutions

    • IEC campaigns to ensure community support in implementation and management of pilot decentralised sanitation projects (1000 households)

    • 20 awareness campaigns at ULB level, IEC material (poster, film, skit etc)


Result 1 - Enhanced awareness, knowledge and practical skills for delivering decentralised integrated sanitation solutions

  • ULB functionaries are trained hands-on in designing and implementing decentralised sanitation solutions

    • Trainings and workshop (approx. 600 functionaries trained)

      • Customised advanced subject trainings

    • Exposure visits for success stories in decentralized sanitation provision

      • International (Germany, Indonesia), National (Maharashtra, Northeast) and State level exposure visits

    • Pilot projects (approx. 1000 households benefitted)

      • Community Based Sanitation (CBS)

      • DEWATS with simplified sewerage system

      • DESWAM

      • Septage Management


Result 2 - Inclusive planning approach of ULBs for decentralised sanitation service delivery is strengthened

  • ULB has capacity to prepare ward level plan focusing on implementation of decentralised sanitation solutions

    • Detailed project briefs for implementation of projects in one ward

    • Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for preparing ward level plan

    • MCS staff trained in preparing ward level plans for Shimla City

  • ULB has developed skills to prepare integrated CSP

    • 4 ULBs (excluding Shimla) are trained in city wide integrated sanitation planning in line with NUSP guidelines

    • CSP template and SOPs contextualized for the ULBs of Himachal Pradesh

  • PIU increases ULBs access to sanitation expertise and funding

    • ULBs prepare DPR for funding from MoUD towards CSP implementation


Result 3 - Integrated decentralised sanitation solutions are recognized and included in ULB options portfolio

  • Dissemination of best practices evolved from pilot projects at City, State and National level

    • Workshop at National/State level focusing on wastewater, solid waste and septage management

    • 500 decision makers/relevant stakeholders are informed

  • Sustained dialogue to promote and mainstream decentralised wastewater/septage management for mountainous regions

    • National level working groups to promote decentralised solutions

    • State level working group for policy amendments in General Development Control Regulations of HP to enforce decentralised sanitation infrastructure in newly developing areas


Key roles


Main Applicant - MCS

  • “Summer Capital” of the British India

  • Capital of Himachal Pradesh

  • One of the oldest Municipality – 1851

  • Population – 1.69 Lakhs (Census 2011), Slum Population 6.1%

  • Area 35 sq. km divided into 25 administrative wards

  • City Sanitation Plan prepared in 2011

  • Recent developments in sanitation sector

    • Development of engineered landfill site (tendering stage)

    • Solid waste composting plant (operations started in June 2013)

    • Planning for segregation of solid waste at source


Project Partner

Founded in1977 as non-for-profit organization in Bremen, Germany

Since 1981 supported by the Federal German Ministry for Economic Cooperation & Development (BMZ)

Since 2001 BORDA exclusively facilitates development co-operations that focus on providing “Basic Need Services “ to disadvantaged segments of society


Project Partner

Facilitator of Basic Need Services

Community BasedSanitation

Decentralised Wastewater Treatment System

Decentralised Solid Waste Management

BORDA – BNS Partner Network, 25 Organisations

Decentralised Water and Energy Supply


Project Partner

  • A not for profit entity registered as society in 2005

  • Network of organisations to promote decentralised basic needs services

  • Working towards improvement of living conditions of urban poor by addressing the issues related to wastewater, solid waste and sanitary infrastructure

  • Service portfolio includes – DEWATS, DSEWAM, CBS, CSP, Capacity Building, Research and Development

  • Main implementation partner of BORDA in India

Head Office: Bangalore, Karnataka

Regional Office: Nagpur, Maharashtra

  • Commission of the European Union (CEU)

25 Partners across 9 States in India


Project Partner

  • Center for Advance Sanitation Solutions (CASS) – Established in collaboration with GoK Company – RGRHCL with a concept of “one stop shop” for addressing sanitation concerns in urban areas


Institutional Framework


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