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TitleMaking sanitation work
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsDelhi, INWater and
Secondary TitleJal Manthan : a rural think tank/WSP
Volumeno. 7
Pagination8 p. : photogr.
Date Published2002-12-01
PublisherWater and Sanitation Program - South Asia
Place PublishedNew Delhi, India
Keywordsawareness raising, bangladesh, demand responsive approaches, financing, health education, india maharashtra, india tamil nadu, india west bengal, institutional aspects, local level, motivation, policies, rural areas, sanitation, sdiasi, sdihyg

This paper discusses the lessons learned of a workshop organised by the Government of Maharashtra, India, in partnership with the Water and Sanitation Program-South Asia (WSP-SA), to deliberate and formulate a new strategy for total rural sanitation. Recommendations focused on three main issues: (1) How can the implementation of the existing total sanitation campaign of the Government of India be improved? (2) Approaches to awareness creation and igniting mindset changes and how these can be taken to scale (3) Developing functional institutional arrangements, creative use of fiscal instruments, and the issue of technical choice.

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