Partnership with local NGOs
•To bank on the network already established, we have tied up with local NGOs
•Half day sessions with villagers to educate them on sanitation using professional speakers as well as advanced audio
Personal visits and phone call follow ups
•Leaders in the villages are reached to get the Parishudh initiative started in their villages.
Door to door campaigns
•To the households on the need of sanitation.
•This is done by construction of a few toilets for early starters and have these stand as models of what the families
will get in future.
Collaboration with Government
•Government needs to tighten implementation of laws on hygiene and sanitation.
DRINKING WATER PLANNING
Residential buildings to have sewage
treatment and recycling
20 % water reduction mandatory for all
SEZ –Green development mandatory
Urban water and wastewater
Fiscal incentives provided for promoting
water efficient technology.
Water labeling concept should be
Attention to over-
Water tariffs to be
Water Foot printing
: water auditing for
all types of
recycling of water
 Standing Sub-committee of Ministry of Water Resources, Development
 Planning Commission, Government of India
 Government of India, Ministry of Water Resources
 Drinking Water and Sanitation Status in India, WaterAid India, 2005
 ADB (Asian Development Bank). 2006. Model Terms of Reference: Planning Urban
Sanitation and Wastewater Management Improvements.www.adb.org
 Mara, D. D. 1997. Design Manual for Waste Stabilization Ponds in India. National River
Conservation Directorate, Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India,and
Department for International Development, UK.
 Planning Commission and Tata Strategic Analysis Infrastructure Today Issue Feb 2009.