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Shubrata An Ambitious Agenda to construct 1 LAKH INDIVIDUAL SANITARY LATRINES In 1 month - ASOK KUMAR Collector,Nizamabad.

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2 Shubrata An Ambitious Agenda to construct 1 LAKH INDIVIDUAL SANITARY LATRINES In 1 month - ASOK KUMAR Collector,Nizamabad

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4 Initiative taken in Nizamabad district of Andhra Pradesh under the Total Sanitation Program

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6 Drive of district admn to achieve higher Quality of Life Formed 1168 habitation drinking water committees in June 2001 Drastic reduction in GE and Diarrhoea Stood first in the state in achieving Family Planning Target in First in state in Health Indicators Veilpur in Nizamabad- the first mandal in AP to achieve 100% enrolment Followed by another 8 mandals Eliminated Pothu raju system

7 Shubrata 1 lakh ISL in 1 month Started on 3 rd June 2002 during the 17 th Janma bhoomi round By the end of JB on 11 th June 49,000 sanctions were made Totally 1,05,509 sanctions given As on 1 st September, ,227 ISLs are in various stages of completion totally completed 2059 at roof level, 2751 at wall level,3142 at rings level, 7382 at pit level

8 The scheme Open to BPL families Rs 750 in cash and 200 kg rice given for construction of ISL by the beneficiary Rice tied up with the food for work scheme Cafeteria approach- beneficiaries chose from various models available Bath cum toilet model highly preferred Decentralised sanctioning powers, material supply, payments and documentation Very tight monitoring and proper documentaion at different levels

9 Steps taken– planning Brain storming session on June 2 nd Various options, issues, problems likely to crop up, their solutions, different strategies worked out and responsibilities fixed Build on the work taken up earlier Encash on the success of School sanitation project Drinking water committees, sneha leaders Convergence of departments- RWS, Medical and Health, Education, NGOs, DRDA Models constructed at Mandal offices- cafeteria approach Harp on “self pride” of the women

10 Steps taken– planning (2) To decentralize the implementation and documentation but centralize monitoring Daily monitoring/ telecon by Collector to drive in the seriousness of the program Step in for mass procurements to get cost advantages and opening up of bottlenecks Cement and pans supply at village level by calling national level suppliers/manufacturers Insitu castings of rings to avoid damages and cost of transportation

11 Steps taken Villages divided between MROs and MDOs for supervision Nodal officer for mandal co-ordination Sanctioning powers given to Panchayat Secretaries Training given on technical essentials and to give mark outs Involvement of NGOs, Medical officers, ANMs, Teachers and AWW by calling their meetings

12 Steps taken (2) Conducted division level meeting with all MPPs, MPTCs, ZPTCs, Sarpanchs, Panchayat secretaries, ANMs, CDPOs About 2000 people attended the meetings Addressed by Ministers, Secretary(PR) Explained the program Placed rice exclusively for ISLs in the villages with PS to gain confidence

13 Steps taken--PANs Called tenders from manufacturers of ceramic Pans and cement After negotiations standard companies agreed to deliver at villages pans at very low rates– Rs 148 for orissa pan costing Rs 220 outside 8 shortlisted models form 5 companies kept on display at MDO offices for selection by beneficiaries Pans delivered at villages, no payment to damaged pans– big advantage to beneficiaries as they are saved of transportation costs and breakage losses Cost cut from the cash component at mandal level

14 Steps taken—PANs (2) Beneficiaries free to purchase from market also Intervention only to prevent hike in market prices due to increased demand Helped to stabilise the prices of pans in the district

15 “Smallest bottleneck”-the rings Six lakh rings required Shortage of masons, moulds, materials Held meeting with all tapei masons to ensure insitu rings at “normal” costs Stern steps against jacking up of prices Supplied 72 per mandal to each MDO offices Rings cast in the villages to avoid breakage losses and transportation costs Housing department supplied moulds DWCRA/CMEY groups motivated to make rings

16 Steps taken—documentation Names of all beneficiaries computerised List published in gram panchayats Register one page for each giving all details such as social and economic status, cash & materials given Photos of beneficiaries pasted Two photos of the ISL- one at the pit stage and after completion- to make payment

17 Steps taken—monitoring Started with teleconference every alternate days by Collector with MROs MDOs and Nodal officers Daily progress reports with social status wise breakup of beneficiaries Stage wise break up of groundings – pit, wall,roof level and total completed mid course corrections and cross checking of figures

18 Steps taken—monitoring (2) Nodal officers inspected the works and reported the progress Ten special officers were appointed to do super checking of data Cross checking the figures during “Dial your Collector” program Press reporters tours and immediate action on reports Very positive reports of the press

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22 The impact Many villages have become 100% covered ST habitations taking the lead Some Sarpanchs formed teams with sticks to prevent open defecation ““your problem is affecting us” Increasing Demand for ISLs Ripple effect—ABL people joining in Clean villages concept getting more and more acceptable

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25 Total sanitation Campaign In 700 of 789 schools toilets have been constructed Trainings given to the teachers and students to utilise it Plan to motivate parents thru children Drain works in Banswada mandal being taken up

26 SCHOOL SANITATION PROGRAM-UNICEF 200 PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN THE DISTRICT IN TWO PHASES COMPOUND WALLS, TOILETS, DRINKING WATER, AND WATER HARVESTING STRUCTURES

27 SCHOOL SANITATION PROGRAM-UNICEF 200 SCHOOLS COMPLETED WITHIN SIX MONTHS FROM OCTOBER,2001 TOTAL COST Rs 130 lakhs (UNICEF Rs 73.5 ZP Rs 38.5 CommunityRs18.0)

28 SCHOOL SANITATION PROGRAM-UNICEF Another 100 schools sanctioned due to the quick implementation of the Phase I Training program for NGOs, Teachers, ANMs from the second week of October School health check ups from the second week of November Wall writings and message boards planned Plantation of Papaya and drumsticks Involvement of National Green Corps

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