During 2013-14 Arghyam carried out a project in partnership with the Government of Karnataka to develop a communication campaign for demand generation of improved sanitation facilities under the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan, Government of India’s flagship rural sanitation programme. This document summarises the key processes, campaign design and roll out and its impact.
This report describes Arghyam’s experience with the Soil Biotechnology wastewater treatment technology. The technology was found to perform well in treating domestic wastewater to reuse quality for irrigation and inferior domestic uses. Detailed water quality tests were carried out over a three year period.
This document tells the story of Arghyam’s Integrated Urban Water Management (IUWM) programme in Mulbagal andand captures the key decisions and outcomes. This document is as much about Arghyam’s philosophy and approach in taking up such an initiative as it is to share the field-level complexities of the urban water sector. It aims to provide some insights for those planning to embark on similar initiatives.
This document is the culmination of research and discussions on the experiences of civil society organisations implementing sustainable sanitation campaigns in six Indian states.
In an effort to achieve its vision of ensuring safe, sustainable water for all, Arghyam has participated in several Government programmes. This document delineates key learning that resulted from each.