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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

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

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

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

Objectives

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


Key results

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

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

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


Urban local bodies in development review cum sharing workshop

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)


Urban local bodies in development review cum sharing workshop

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


Urban local bodies in development review cum sharing workshop

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


Urban local bodies in development review cum sharing workshop

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

Key roles


Main applicant mcs

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

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 partner1

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 partner2

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 partner3

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

Institutional Framework


Thank you

Thank you

Any questions please………..


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