Strengthening the Operation & Maintenance Sector for Servicing Decentralized Urban Sanitation Infrastructure in Karnataka, India
In order to formally launch the project, a two days workshop was organised in Bangalore on 20th and 21st January, 2014 at the Centre for Advanced Sanitation Solutions (CASS). The main object of the workshop was to seek expert input from sector specialists to improve the project design, which included revisiting the set of objectives of the project, suggesting necessary activities and strategies and support of government institutions like Karnataka State Pollution Control Board (KSPCB), Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) and others to anchor the project at state level. Seventy people from the sanitation sector attended the Workshop.
Visit to preliminary cities to collect data in accordance to the city selection criteria – both primary as well as secondary data, at this stage of the project Analysis against the selection criteria and ranking
Short-listing of 4 cities
Preparation of a 2nd level selection criteria
City visits to evaluate against selection criteria - ongoing