Sanitation & water challengeFORCE* is organizing an ‘Expert Dialogue’ titled ‘The Sanitation and Water Challenge in Delhi – With Special reference to Regularization and Resettlement of the Poor’. The Expert Speakers will share their views on the current and expected challenges in providing adequate, sustainable sanitation and Water services to the lesser privileged in Delhi.

FORCE will also share the findings of a recent sample study that was done on Community Toilet complex usage, management, infrastructure and maintenance. The study also analyses the impact of   a ‘Community Toilet Complex Monitoring model’ wherein community members monitor and report on the services provided by the CTC they use.

The objective is to identify challenges in Water and Sanitation and discuss the options for overcoming them. Also the role that each stakeholder needs to play for sustainability

We would like to invite you for this Expert Dialogue. It will be held on July 31, 2013 from 2.30pm to 5.30 pm. at India International Centre (Multipurpose Hall ), Lodhi Road, New Delhi. Your contribution will be valuable for us all.

We look forward to having you join us for the Expert Dialogue. For more information on the program, please feel free to write to me at jyoti@force.org.in or call me at 9899812888.

In collaboration with Times of India and with the support of WaterAid India and CASP-Plan

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Date: July 31, 2013         Venue: India International Centre, Multipurpose Hall, Lodhi Estate

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

THE SANITATION AND WATER CHALLENGE IN DELHI

(With special reference to regularization and resettlement of settlements for the poor)

2.30pm – 3pm          – Registration

3.00pm – 3.30 pm    – Welcome Address and Presentation of CTC Usage survey –   FORCE

3.30 pm – 4.45pm     – Expert views

–  Sh Bal Mukund, Editor, Navbharat Times (will also conduct the dialogue)

– Key Civil Society Concerns in Water and Sanitation planning –  WaterAid India,  GIZ and CASP-Plan

– Sh PK Tripathi – Former Chief Secretary and current Chairman of Public Grievances Committee

Sh S Khan – Chairman, Minorities Commission

Sh Amar Nath – CEO, Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board

Smt Debashree Mukherjee – CEO, Delhi Jal Board

4.45 pm – 5.15 pm   – Interactive session with audience

5.15 pm – 5.30pm    – Vote of thanks and Mementos to Honble Guests

5.30pm onwards  High tea

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