5TSC OBJCTIVES Improvement in the general quality of life. Accelerate sanitation coverage in rural areas.It is a demand driven programme.People centered & community lead programmePromote hygiene education & sanitary habits among students.Encourage cost effective & appropriate technologies in sanitation.Eliminate open defecation.Minimize risk of contamination of water & Food.
6CONSTRAINTS Large geographical area. Dense population. 10 blocks having hilly & interior areas.Defecation open 69 %.Not having mindset to built toilets.Many more people not having finance for constructionSome were not having landTechnological awareness.
7Analysis of DATAAt dist. Level District Water & Sanitation Commit implemented.Sanitation Survey was conducted in all GP in 2003The division of families who were without toilets facilities is as below.A. Having land & funds but not having mentality - 49 %B. Having land but lacking funds. – 21%C. Having funds but no lands- 18%D. Neither having land nor having funds-12%
8District Level STRATEGIES Community led & People centered .Demand driven approach.Alternate delivery mechanism adopted.Rural School Sanitation & hygiene education.Emphasis is on behavioral change.Emphasis on IEC
9Sanitation Study Tour's 1st Study Tour Arranged to WARDHA in July (50 PARTICIPANTS)2nd Study Tour Arranged to WARDHA in September 2007 (50 PARTICIPANTS)3rd Study Tour Arranged to Ahemdabad (Gujarat) in July 2008
10Capacity Building1)Training of Master trainers & teachers at district level.2) Total Trainee Teacher 6526.3)Training of Block level officers at district level in Nov., No. of Trainees – 19244) Training of Gram Panchayat Sarpanch, G.P. Member & Other Block Level Resource persons5) More than 10,000 GP Member Completed Sanitation Training at block level.6) Workshop for Peoples representatives such as ZP & Panchayat Samiti Members.
114800 masons trained during the campaign in Kolhapur District. MASONS TRAINING4800 masons trained during the campaign in Kolhapur District.
12CAMPAIGNSpecial GRAM SABHA for sanitation campaign on 26 Jan, 1 May, 14 & 15 Aug., 2 Oct during last 4 years.Drama –(Kala-Pathak)
15August Revolution Day Sanitation week Function9th August, 2007
16Sanitation week 9th to 15th August 2008 From 9th to 15th August Special Sanitation week conducted during last 3 yearsIn continuation State Govt. implement sanitation week in whole maharsahtra during August 2008.
17Sanitation PledgeSanitation pledge is an part of Sanitation week in which all representatives & officials pledge for sanitation.
18NIRMAL NIRDHAR JYOT21st Jan – Nirmal Nirdhar Jyot of Maharashtra State inaugurated by Hon’ble State Minister Mr. Ajit Pawar in Kolhapur.
20Students Participate for Village Sanitation SCHOOL SANITATIONStudents Participate for Village Sanitation
21Small Hygiene Motivators (SWACHATA DOOT)Spread the message of need of toilets & cleanliness in the homes to maintain good hygienic condition.
22Spark by Swacchata Doot 44 master trainers in turn trained 6526 teachers from different blocks of the districtThese 6526 teachers from different blocks of district propagated their knowledge to the studentsThese activities resulted in creation of huge workforce of more than 1,00,000 students for TSC.
23Innovative Activities In the year of January 2008 Special NSS camps were arranged in 82 villages & 4500 students participatedNSS CAMP
24‘GANDHIGIRI’ for sanitation All Gram Panchayt’s resulted have declared enforced fine for open defecationAround 7200 peoples fined durring this activity.
25BANKING FINANCE FOR SANITATION LEAD BANK FOR KOLHAPURRequested for disbursement of loan for latrine constructionOver 5.95 crores distributed at village level from various bankers.Leading role played by Kolhapur district co-op. bank (KDCC) by implementing special pattern for BIO-GAS with toilet bio gas plants constriction
26Support from different departments Gram panchayat from its own fund provided material for construction of latrine rather than giving money.Milk producers co-op. society provided funds at rural level.Co-operative sugar factories - 21For workers, farmers receiving incentive for construction of latrine.Construction of latrine more than 35,000
27SHG-INVOLVEMENT Total SHG = 46483 SHGs Linked With Bank = 36437 On the traditional days SHG member come together for Haldi-Kumkum programme.SHG members visitedfamilies & encourage family for built toilet.
28SHG-INVOLVEMENT15,000 Involved for Sanitation Survey & for promotion of sanitation at village level.Nirmal SHG becomes milestone in Involvement of SHG
29Sant Gadgebaba Campaign ‘Kambalwadi’ takes first prize at state level campaign. Provides sanitation background in district.Durring last 10 years Kolhapur district having major prizes in campaign in various component like solid liquid waste management.155 GPs recived Sant Gadgebaba Prize.
31IEC of low cost sanitation 3 Pamphlets published containing knowledge of Low cost latrine & awareness.Material obtained from UNICEF has been circulated to village level.
32i.e. Role Model Structure Creation CONSTRUCTION OF SANITATION PARK At Every Block Office(In Panchayat Samiti Campus )
33WERE SET AT EVERY BLOCK, HAVING RURAL SANITARY MARTWERE SET AT EVERY BLOCK, HAVINGTWO RSM AT EACHWITH TOTAL INVESTMENTOF Rs LAKHSTotal RSM – 24 in district
34School & Anganwadi Sanitation ACHIEVEMENT Total Schools – 1880Total Schools Toilets – 1880Total Anganwadis – 3167Total Anganwadis Toilets – 3167Schools & Anganwadis have not only built toilet but started using it regularly.
35ACHIEVEMENT (2011)In campaign period around 3,35,051 toilet constructed and are being use.Rs. 167 crores sanitation infrastructure created.
39Rewards For Excellence Gramsevak awarded sanitized year on every 9th August from last four year so as inspiration to Gramsevak
40Nirmal Gram Puraskar Awarded to 984 Gram Panchayat’s
41Inspiration2006Hoardings containing the names of office bearers of the villages which received the prestigious president’s NGP award for rendering their villages ODF were displayed at important places so as to encourage others to do the same.
42Satisfaction2007Hoardings containing the names of office bearers of the villages which received the prestigious president’s NGP award for rendering their villages ODF were displayed at important places so as to encourage others to do the same.