IT IS RELEVANT FOR ALL OF US SUPPLY SHORTFALL FOR DELHI’S POOR Settlement type Popu Demand Supply Shortfa latio in MLD in MLD ll Yamuna finally meets Ganga at Allahabad n in lakhs1 JJ Cluster, Designated 13.9 59.33 No -)100% Slum Area and 6 piped unauthorised colony (I) supply2 JJ Cluster, Designated 40.8 173.40 20.43 (-)88% Slum Area and 0 unauthorized colony (II)3 Planned Area (H.C) 75.5 1698.75 990 (-)42% (MCD) 0SEWERAGE FACILITIES IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF SETTLEMENTS IN DELHI . Type of Total No. of Sewerage facilities in settlement settlements the in the year settlements in the in 2009, the Union government admitted to the Lok year (Cumulative) Sabha that "rivers Ganga and Yamuna are no cleaner 2001 2002 2003 2001 2002 2003 now than two decades ago" despite spending over Rs 1,700 crore to control pollution1 Urban Villages 135 135 135 93 93 932 Regularised 567 567 567 402 427 458 Unauthorised Colonies3 JJ 44 44 44 39 40 44 Resettlement Colonies
OBJECTIVES Evaluate DELHI’S WATER ASSETS Understand current UTILIZATION STATUS And reasons for under-utilization (if any) Make Action Plan for 5 multistakeholderBLUE DELHI TASK FORCEAnd set goals to make Delhi Water Secure by 2016
ASSETS & UTILIZATION TARGETS CURRENT UTILIZATION STATUS1 Rainwater @ 714 mm/yr 1.Very few storage systems for rainwater 1059 billion litres of annual rainfall 2.No database or maintenance of existing TARGET: Make Delhi Zero rainfall outflow city2 900 water bodies – more being counted 1. 629 given legal protection as ‘Water Storage capacity approx 200,00,000 Bodies’ by Delhi High Court. cu.m. 2. In poor state of maintenance 3. Catchments disturbed - so rain does not always flow into them 4. Widely used for sewage disposal TARGET : All water bodies to be filled with fresh water / treated waste water / flood water3 Treated sewage: 512 MGD from 23 1. Quality not always as per norms STPs of DJB. Plus 133 MLD from 2. Not available for reuse – discharged CETPs in 15 industrial areas and straight into river ETP water from 1200 industrial units 3. Distribution problem – cost and logistics TARGET: Horticulture and construction needs to be satisfied with treated waste water
ASSETS & UTILIZATION TARGETS CURRENT UTILIZATION STATUS4 Yamuna river 1. Zero flow in non-rainy periods 724 bill litres / yr 2. Heavily polluted and recipient of continuous sewage discharge 3. Floodplain disturbed by construction TARGET: Significant Reduction every year in the contaminant load from water flowing into the Yamuna from Delhi.5 Educated population 1. Only 27% live in planned areas – with 1.6 crores – all are potential Jal WATSAN infrastructure in place Rakshaks. 2. Not adequately sensitized to water issues and community living 3. Water Scarcity Mindset - hence focus is on stocking for self – not sharing with all.TARGET: Atleast 1 person from each community unit to be an active ‘Jal Rakshak’ i.e. one who adopts and helps adopt Water Wise Behaviours
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT ADVISORY STRATEGIC PLANNING & GOAL SETTING COMMITTEE COMMITTEE CO-ORDINATION & SUPPORT TEAM PARTNER & RESOURCE COMMUNCIATION DOCUMENTATION STAKEHOLDER PLANNING & MEDIA & MOBILISATION & EVALUATION INTERFACE MOBILISATION BDD Lakes BDD and Water BDD Water Yamuna Bodies Management BDD Water BDD TASK TASK Awareness Groundwater TASK FORCE 1 TASK FORCE 3 TASK FORCE 4 FORCE 2 FORCE 5Task Force: 1lead organization , 1 govt rep, 1 technical advisor, 1 RWA rep, 1 JJ rep ++
TASK FORCE TASKSMISSION - 5 year targetGOALS – Yearly, half yearly, quarterly and monthly goalsENVT SCANNING – Current status and SWOTSTRATEGY FORMULATION – On the basis of aboveIMPLEMENTATION - Programs, Budgets, Procedures, Resources, PeopleCOMMUNICATION - Sharing learnings, data and media interfaceEVALUATION AND CONTROL A central resource centre will support Task Force plans.Each team will also do community mobilization, funds & resource raising, stakeholder interface, data recording and communication.
VOLUNTEER SUPPORT• Students – SOIL, FMS, TERI Univ, Delhi Univ, Mass Comm courses.• RWAs, Water Guardians / Jal Rakshaks and Nirmal Awaas Samitis• Eco- Club Members• Schools – as a part of evaluation for CCE• Spiritual leaders – Sri Sri Ravi Shankar , Sahaj Marg• Employee Engagement program of corporates (SAP, Accenture, Gen Pact etc)
FUNDS• Government – Minimise additional funds requests. Focus on streamlining use of existing schemes / allocations.• Funding partners & donors – Align with developmental objectives of partner• Fund-raisers – Including participation in existing events like Mumbai Marathon etc.• CSR funds – Direct contributions to the BLUE CITY Program or support directed to implementation partners• Branded Advertising / promotions with social message - in real and virtual spaces
FORMAL SUPPORT– 5 year Partnership Ad vC CM om MO , MO WR, UD … FORCE Overall program responsibility 1 day / mth of heads &Lead / Patron for experts for strategic any one Task planning Funding & Force / Co- expertise supportordination team– for program responsible for 1 Resource Personachieving goals for Co-ordination team (including internal co-ordination with existing programs of partners)
SETTING THE BOUNDARIES• Adherence to goal and mission achievement within specified time-frames• Measurable, Sustainable impact• Adherence to Program Agenda• Corporate / donor / fundraiser engagement rules – forming a common set of do’s and dont’s• Information sharing – Adherence to reporting norms• Staying married for 5 years !
The Water Prayer He Prabhu You gave us a world So beautiful and complete; And made us in your image With faith that we would manage You came to live in us To make life flow in us; To fill our lives with love and laughter In your ‘Avataar’ – that we call Water’ So - Teach us, o lord To love cherish and respect; The shower of your love, The celestial flow that binds us Open our eyes to the magic of Water This colourless, odourless, formless matter That gives earth its brilliant colour And finds place in every corner. We are all gathered today To thank you for being in us Guide us so we can show our brethren You – God – in every drop.