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Total Sanitation Campaign in West Garo Hills, Meghalaya.

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The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over …

The Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India, organized the 2nd 'District Collectors Conference', which took place on the 6th & 7th of September in New Delhi. Over 30 district collectors participated, making presentations on best practices to overcome challenges faced in the sectors of rural development, education, urban development, law & order, and disaster management. 

The Planning Commission is providing these presentations for the public to see examples of the good work being done by young IAS officers in the field, and to promote cross-learning and innovation.

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  • 1. DWSC West Garo Hills , Meghalaya HIGHEST NGP AWARDS IN THE COUNTRY -2011
  • 2.  Credible and accurate baseline survey inviting and involving the local community by voluntary co-option and on principles of philanthropic social service and community ownership  Use of mobile tracking to improve fidelity of survey data and generating GPS data and maps  Involving civil society institutions and NGOs for concurrent monitoring during the baseline survey to institute mid course corrections
  • 3.  Proactive and concerted initiative for early identification of stakeholders , technology partners and representative institutions which will facilitate ownership of the programme  After the baseline survey is complete test surveys to corroborate the data findings and its user friendly compilation open to public domain  Mass publicity for the phase of baseline survey , data compilation , uploading to a website with unhindered access to public domain and in-built system of inviting feedback to a designated data centre by email or SMS
  • 4.  Involvement of women at all stages  Involvement of the vulnerable sections like indigenous people , minorities and marginalized social groups  Data capture by electronic media for spontaneous generation of real time data  Involvement of all government departments from the initial stage of survey , data compilation and its dissemination  Monitoring at all levels
  • 5.  Involving the community in the stage of implementation and execution by all means  Extensive and interesting use of IEC by skits , street plays , songs and folklore  Reaching out to the community in the local media and understanding the cultural context  IEC by print and electronic media , distribution of pamphlets , booklets , competitions  Simplistic understanding of sanitation and hygiene for the uninitiated rural poor
  • 6.  A team of field workers preferably already working field functionaries having some rapport with the rural target population to be identified  They could be the field level monitoring staff of Health , Education , Social Welfare Departments who have established confidence in the targeted rural population by their years of field work  The team to be dedicated for rural sanitation and gets an attractive honorarium which is incentivize by performance and not in the form of fixed salaries
  • 7.  MORE ODF MORE INCENTIVES AND HONORARIUM  AWARDS AT PUBLIC FUNCTIONS AND EXPOSURE VISITS FOR THE SUCCESSFUL STAFF  TRAINING , RE-TRAINING , VISION BUILDING FROM TIME TO TIME  MONTHLY REVIEW AT THE VILLAGE , BLOCK , SUB-DIVISIONAL AND DISTRICT LEVEL  ASSURED CAREER PROMOTION FOR THE MERITORIOUS AND THEIR CO-OPTION AS CLTS FLAG BEARERS AND MASTER TRAINERS
  • 8.  IEC at the village level  Inducing “shame” , “embarrassment”, unlearning , breaking behavioral attitudes and techniques of walk of shame etc  Coordinated approach for IHHL , institutional toilets school toilets and Anganwadi toilets  Involvement and necessary co-option of all diverse population , religious and linguistic groups with the principle of “no exlusion”
  • 9.  Has worked in CLTS everywhere  People respond to the challenge and tae oath to make villages ODF  Stakeholders  NGOs , peoples, representatives  Teams within teams and RSMs
  • 10.  Targeting Blocks which are small and nearer to the district HQ for concerted and coordinated efforts  Multiple strategies for IHHLs , school sanitation and Anganwadi baby friendly toilets  Convergence with all existing programmes on a mission mode like NRHM , SSA , RMSA , School Health Education Programme , BRGF , ICDS and coordinated convergence meetings  Aggressive and clear media campaign with print and electronic media
  • 11.  District School Education Officer and his staff  Sub-Divisional School Education Officer  District Social Welfare Officer  Child Development Project Officer  District Medical and Health Officer & NRHM staff  Block Development Officers
  • 12.  ASHAs  Anganwadi workers  LP/UP school teachers  Gaon Buras / Nokmas  VWSCs and VECs – two powerful institutions  School Management Committee
  • 13.  No funds , no passion  Funds on time from state corpus like SRES  Untied fund at the district  Convergence at the programme level initiated by the Deputy Commissioner who heads innumerable committees at the district level  District Level convergence Committee  IBDLP – Water Mission  Water Resources dept to streamline and support NBA with supply of water , water filters , schemes like Jalmani and Jalkund
  • 14.  MoU with partner NGOs for school sanitation  Triggering also for school and Anganwadi sanitation  Agreement with SMC for maintenance of toilets in school with roster duty of cleaners and students  Clean washing habits  Sanitation can be fun , should be fun !  Making use of TLMs , teacher grants , school grants  Innovative use of funds and channelizing with support of community
  • 15. “If not us, then who? If not now, then when?” ― John Lewis