Policy, Research & Innovations

FORCE uses its field experience and community reach for innovations in water conservation

 

FORCE is one of the very few NGOs that contributes as much to policy and related research as it does to grassroots activities. We are always curious, always wanting to know more about water, sanitation and other hygiene issues. We do dip stick studies, quantitative analysis, qualitative assessments and impact evaluations to understand more about the world of WASH.

Some such studies that may be of interest to all are:

Resettlements & Water Bodies

GIZ Water Bodies Study

Documentation of water bodies and their linkages with planned Re-settlement colonies and informal settlements

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Status Of Sanitation in Slums

Sanitation in urban slums

This report on status of sanitation is based on the study of a ‘Resettlement Colony’ for slum dwellers in Delhi, India.

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Wash Transformation Engg.

Wash Transformation Engineering

A theoretical framework developed by FORCE to show how Development Sector professionals working in urban poor …

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Sanitation Without Sewers

Sanitation without sewers

As a part of a project funded by GIZ – Sanitation Without Sewers – Water Bodies and their linkages with Re-settlements…

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Self Sufficiency in Water

Delhi

A study was done by FORCE to evaluate whether Delhi has the potential to become Self Sufficient in Water…

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Water Quality Testing & Results

Water Quality Testing

Findings of a study done by FORCE as a part of WaterAid India supported Swatchch Dilli Swasth Dilli project.

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Improvement in CTC Services

Community Toilet Complex

Paper presented by Jyoti Sharma, President, FORCE at the Asia Regional Sanitation and Hygiene Practitioners’ Workshop in Dhaka.

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Impact Analysis of RWH

Rain Water Harvesting

FORCE did an Impact Analysis of the Rainwater Harvesting that had been done in a locality of New Delhi, India – Alakanada

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CTC Management Report

Community Toilets

Based on the study, FORCE prepared the CTC Management Report’ which gives findings and recommendations for CTCs…

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