NFSSM Alliance: Sabka haq swachhta

NFSSM Alliance, an Indian not-for-profit, and its partners showcased sanitation workers’ journeys, advocated for policy interventions for vulnerable communities from the sanitation ecosystem, and amplified the best practices/models adopted by Indian states to ensure safe sanitation outcomes.

Background / Challenges

Urban India produces 120,000 tonnes of faecal sludge daily, but an estimated two-thirds of the country's households with toilets aren't connected to the sewer system. According to the Centre for Science and Environment, 60% of this human waste is dumped in open water and land that results in contamination of water bodies and impacts safe access to WSH facilities.

  • Lack of funds towards systemic changes in urban sanitation towards building toilets and behavior change communication
  • There is limited or no data on the impact of ineffective faecal sludge management on human rights, livelihood, climate change, health,...
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