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Role of PDs/CEOs in rural sanitation – an overview. By J.S.MATHUR JOINT SECRETARY Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation Ministry of Rural Development Government of India CONFERENCE OF PDS/CEOS VIGYAN BHAWAN, NEW DELHI 22 nd June, 2011. Why is Total Sanitation a must ?.

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Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

Role of PDs/CEOs in rural sanitation – an overview

By

J.S.MATHUR

JOINT SECRETARY

Department of Drinking Water & Sanitation

Ministry of Rural Development

Government of India

CONFERENCE OF PDS/CEOS

VIGYAN BHAWAN, NEW DELHI

22nd June, 2011


Why is total sanitation a must

Why is Total Sanitation a must ?

  • Causes most deaths due to gastro-intestinal diseases, jaundice, worms etc.

  • Expenditure on medical aid cuts the poor man’s pocket

  • Education suffers because children cannot attend school

  • Adolescent girls & women do not have privacy & dignity

  • Sanitation affects all Millennium Development Goals


Tsc aims targets

TSC- aims & targets

  • To achieve Universal Rural Sanitation Coverage

  • To cover all schools and anganwadis with toilets

  • Eradicate the practice of open defecation

  • Clean environment with solid & liquid waste management

  • Improve the general quality oflife in rural areas


Quantum of assistance

Quantum of assistance


Rural sanitation coverage

Rural Sanitation Coverage

1980-90 Int’l Drinking Water Supply & Sanitation Decade

1986-99 : Central Rural Sanitation Programme


State wise achievement in ihhls tsc

% State-wise achievement in IHHLs(TSC)

>90% (5)

51-90% (15)

36-50% (5)

<35% (5)

All India (50.84%)


State wise achievement in school toilets

% State-wise achievement in School Toilets

100%(5)

83-99%(12)

66-82%(6)

<65%(5)


State wise achievement in anganwadi toilets

% State-wise achievement in Anganwadi Toilets

100 %(5)

81-99%(10)

60-80%(4)

<50%(10)


Sanitation coverage in rural areas over years independent assessment

Sanitation coverage in rural areas over years (Independent Assessment)

103 million new users as per WHO-Unicef Data since the year 2000, against population growth of 88 million in rural India


Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

Usage Lags Behind AccessAccess and use of household toilets in NGP Villages(As per TARU-Unicef Study-2008 conducted in six states and 162 GPs )


Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

REASONS FOR DYSFUNCTIONAL TOILETS

(As per preliminary findings of CMS study 2010 conducted in 664 NGPs in 12 states)

Functionality


Effective iec and hrd

Effective IEC and HRD

  • Awareness creation is KEY .

  • Capacity Building & Training of stake- holders is TURNING POINT.

  • District level Program Manager : A CHAMPION.

  • Missionary zeal : MISSION MODE.

  • Dissemination of Message: EXPERIENCE SHARING.

  • Dedicated Team of MOTIVATORS and VOLUNTEERS.

  • Collective COMMUNITY Action: A Peoples’ Movement

  • CONVERGENCE : Officials / Non- Officials / Public

  • EXPOSURE VISITS.

12


Effective iec

Effective IEC

  • People should understand

  • Must hit people hard

  • Local solutions for local conditions

  • Campaign to generate felt need for Total Sanitation

  • Use of simple language, local idiom, social mores


Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

Recent initiatives

  • Sanction of Consultants at State and district levels

  • Setting up of Block Resource Centres

  • Identification of Key Resource Centres

  • Strategic Action Plan 2012-22 finalised

  • Revision of incentives & unit costs

  • Conference of Hon’ State Ministers

  • Earmarked funds for SCs/STs


Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

Gaps and issues

  • Local strategies(IEC) to deal with different terrains, environments and socio-cultural groups

  • Sustaining the habit and changed sanitary behaviour with proper monitoring including post-NGP

  • Planned approach through regular meetings of SWSMs, DWSM & Village Water & Sanitation Committees

  • Filling up of sanctioned posts

  • Capacity building of PRIs and Govt functionaries

  • Construction of Toilets in Indira Awas


Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

No Toilet, No Bride


Kerala hand book thelima

Kerala : Hand book- ‘Thelima’

  • A school sanitation and health work book for students from grade V to IX in association with SSA

  • A 31 page hand book in simple language with topical illustrations.


Role of pds ceos in rural sanitation an overview

Thank you


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