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Urban local bodies of Telangana cities participated in a training to improve the sanitation condition of their cities

February 18 - 20, 2015

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana

GIZ programme ‘Support to the National Urban Sanitation Policy’(SNUSP) in collaboration with MA&UD Department, government of Telangana and Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) organised 2 and ½ days training program on ‘Preparation and Implementation of City Sanitation Plans’ from February 18 till 20, 2015 at Hyderabad, Telangana. The objective of the program is to train and build the capacities of 10 selected ULBs and state level officers on City Sanitation Plan as mandated under Swachh Bharat Mission. In this connection, 36 members were being nominated by MA&UD Depatment of Government of Telengana to attend the training.

Ensuring citywide sanitation is challenging and needs involvement of various actors /agencies and capacities to handle different aspects attached with sanitation issue. Deutsche Gesell schaft  fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit – GIZ GmbH and CSE are collaborating on ‘Capacity enhancement on preparation of City Sanitation Plan (CSP) and Septage Management for city officials aimed at improving the sanitation situation in small and medium towns in select states of India.

First part of the training programme was on sensitizing the ULBs about the importance of City Sanitation Plan (CSP) for improving the sanitation condition of their cities. The presentations dealt with the relevance of CSP, its added values, sanitation challenges and improve their understanding on the existing sanitation systems. The second half of the training programme was more on handholding the ULBs to prepare an improved CSP. The sessions dealt on how to prepare CSPs, the steps involved in preparing CSPs and its processes. The method of the training and its content was well appreciated by the ULBs.  The part 2 of the training will deal with the key issues in cities, gap analysis and data analysis.

About ‘National Urban Sanitation Policy’ (NUSP)

To deal with the critical sanitation condition of the country Government of India formulated the National Urban Sanitation Policy (NUSP) in 2008 under the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD).

The vision of NUSP is that all cities and towns to become community-driven, totally sanitized, healthy and liveable. Special focus is on hygienic and affordable sanitation facilities for the urban poor and women.


Cities of Telengana on their path towards achieving the goals of Swachh Bharat



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