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Delivery of Basic Urban Services to the poor : City Government experiences . A Presentation By MHT . What constitutes Basic Services for the Poor?. Individual Water Supply Under Ground Sewerage Individual Toilets & Pay and use Facilities Solid Waste Disposal Service Storm Water Drains

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delivery of basic urban services to the poor city government experiences
Delivery of Basic Urban Services to the poor : City Government experiences

A Presentation By MHT

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What constitutes Basic Services for the Poor?

  • Individual Water Supply
  • Under Ground Sewerage
  • Individual Toilets & Pay and use Facilities
  • Solid Waste Disposal Service
  • Storm Water Drains
  • Internal Roads and Paving
  • Street Lighting
the model as it emerged
The model as it emerged
  • MHT mobilises the community and builds its capacity.
  • MHT facilitates with the Government to implement a water and sanitation programme.
  • The construction costs are a combination of the Government funds and the community.
  • Community contribution usually varies from 15% to 50% of the total cost. This is mobilised through self contribution or Microfinance.
  • CBO continues to liase with the ULB.
  • Reached Over 1,40,000 households over 10 cities in 5 states.
slum networking project

Slum Development

Financial Contribution &

Physical Efforts

Community Partnership and Household Contribution

Industry and Social Institutions

Non Government Organisation (NGO)

Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC)

Slum Networking Project

Present cost is approximate Rs.20,000/-per household

some important elements of snp
Some Important Elements of SNP
  • Integrated package of services.
  • Formulation and registration of a CBO must.
  • Community contribution released last.
  • NGO – CBO partnership brought in flexibility.
    • Inclusion of individual toilets.
    • Exemption from contribution in case of any service existing.
  • Non eviction assurance for 10 years by AMC.
  • MPS/ councilors able to contribute up to 50% of the people’s contribution
  • Individual level services the same, as the mainstream gets.
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500 NOC Scheme

This construction is not deemed legal or its occupant does not get any legal authorization due to the No Objection Certificate.

patan nagar
PATAN NAGAR

Before

After

meladi nagar
MELADI NAGAR

Before

After

challenges of working with the government
Challenges of Working with the Government
  • Poor perspective changes with the change in administration and governance
  • To bring the back line functions to the front line of the government (provisioning of a special cell/arrangement.)
  • Addressing mind sets/(housing vis a vis basic and serivces)
  • Ideal solution vis avis incremental solution.
  • Bringing in flexibility and Accountability.
  • Coordination between various city/state/parastatal bodies involved in provisioning basic services.
why work with the government
Why Work With The Government ?
  • Reaching larger numbers.
  • Assisting the poor in moving towards Formalisation.
  • Mainstreaming the poor (same level of services as a main stream citizen.
  • Convergence of programmes (ensuring water /sewage/toilets /paved roads.)
  • Enables linkages like inclusion of community in the payment of user charges.
  • Enables sustainable maintenance of the services.
  • Gives rise to new partnerships.(eg. Slum electrification in Ahmedabad.)
  • Community mobilised to further improve living conditions.(invest in housing, striving to buy land) etc.
policy advocacy networking
Policy/Advocacy/Networking
  • At the city state and national level.
  • Delinking from tenure issues.
  • Stress on Individual services.
  • Provisioning of water and sanitation-an approach to housing.
  • Planning for infrastructure to include poor settlements with emphasis on relocated settlements.
  • Addressing the planning norms.(Rajiv AwaasYojana)