Aarambh, with support from WaterAid, successfully introduced sanitation to Satnami Nagar, one of the oldest slums in Bhopal
"Beyond Construction: Use by All" is a collection of case studies from sanitation and hygiene promotion practitioners in South Asia, published in 2008, by WaterAid and the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre.
This document has the following four case studies from India:
Sl. 10. India's national sanitation and hygiene programme: From experience to policy, West Bengal and Maharashtra models provide keys to success - Pg 126: This paper analyses the progress of the Total Sanitation Campaign being implemented in rural India, with a focus on West Bengal and Maharashtra, and draws lessons from these two states (apart from Kerala) which are in the forefront in this national campaign for total sustainable sanitation.
“Water and Sanitation in Rural Areas of Madhya Pradesh”, written by Amod Khanna and Chitra Khanna in 2006 and published by WaterAid India, is a report to assess and understand the context of rural water and sanitation programme in the state of Madhya Pradesh and drew contours of issues that seemed relevant at the state level.
The present study explores the issue of water and sanitation in various dimensions and finds out that the current state of water and sanitation in Madhya Pradesh falls short on equity, inclusion, ensuring water security, sustainability of water sources and their long term impact on environment.
This paper presents an analysis of the baseline surveys of 12 UNICEF-DFID-Assisted districts under the Child’s Environment Project in 2001. The selected districts were in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. The key parameters considered were the use of toilets within households, communication strategies used and improved hygiene practices at home.
Over-exploitation of groundwater resulting in falling water tables in many regions of the country threatens the sustainability of drinking water sources. To address some of these issues, “Evaluation of the Environmental Protection and Water Resources Management Project”, published in 2004 by United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) promoted strategies for Environmental Protection and Water Resources Management (EPWRM), between 1995 and 1998, by supporting demonstration projects in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
The National Survey of Rural Community Water Supplies was carried out on behalf of United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) India by the Centre for Symbiosis of Technology, Environment and Management (STEM), Bangalore in 2000. The study conducted by STEM covered the rural areas of nine states, namely, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh. This paper discusses the National Survey of Rural Community Water Supplies conducted in rural areas of nine major states of India.
“Water for All? Implementation of ADB’s Water Policy in India: A Review", written by Dr Renu Khosla, Shveta Mathur, Sumit Chakroborty, A S Dhamija and Abdul Rahim, published in 2006 by WaterAid India. The position paper from WaterAid India presents several case studies of their experiences in Sanitation in different parts of the country.