Test Training on how to use CSP for urban development

March 10 - 12, 2014

Location : New Delhi

3 days training was organised on how to use a City Sanitation Plan (CSP) as a tool for urban development by GIZ’s programme SNUSP. The training is designed for the elected representatives, decision makers and technical staff. In the National Urban Sanitation Policy (NUSP) of MoUD, Govt. of India, cities and towns are requested to develop City Sanitation Plans (CSPs) as an overarching strategic approach to improve their sanitation conditions. The preparation of CSPs has to follow the concept elements formulated under the NUSP. However, CSP development is challenging. It needs involvement of various agencies and experts of the ULB in areas such as urban planning, sanitation, technical infrastructure and financing. Improvements in the sanitation sector concern every urban citizen and, therefore, require a participatory approach. For implementing a CSP, capital investments, adjustments of by-laws, strengthened administrative structures and adequate expertise might be necessary. Understanding the challenges and the need for capacity development GIZ developed a training module for the elected representatives, decision makers and technical staff on how to use a City Sanitation Plan (CSP) as a tool for urban development. The test training program organized from March 10-12, 2014 was attended by many officials from Nashik Municipal Corporation, Cochin Municipal Corporation, training institute like MEETRA, CDD, CEPT, HIPA, IMACS and technical experts from the related sector. The training was highly appreciated by the officials.

Training Manual CSP Training_After testrun.pdf

 

 
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