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Squatting with dignity : lessons from India / Kumar Alok.

By: [Alok, Kumar.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Delhi : Sage Publications, 2010Description: xxvii, 380 p. : ill., charts ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9788132107446 (pbk.).Subject(s): Public health -- India | East Indians -- Health and hygiene -- India | Sanitation, Rural -- IndiaDDC classification: 363.720954 ALO Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction Rural sanitation: development in phases Debate on key policies and evolution of implementation strategy Systems building Geographical spread Spread of the movement Key achievements and learnings Key challenges The way forward.
Summary: "This book provides an analytical view of the successes and challenges encountered while creating the fast expanding rural sanitation movement in India, with a special focus on the last decade. The book targets an audience that includes policy makers, programme managers and implementers, and outlines a vision for the future of sanitation programmes in India. It also presents innovative ideas for launching the second generation of sanitation initiatives that will be relevant not only for India but also for many other countries across the globe." --Book Jacket.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [370]-373) and index.

Introduction
Rural sanitation: development in phases
Debate on key policies and evolution of implementation strategy
Systems building
Geographical spread
Spread of the movement
Key achievements and learnings
Key challenges
The way forward.

"This book provides an analytical view of the successes and challenges encountered while creating the fast expanding rural sanitation movement in India, with a special focus on the last decade. The book targets an audience that includes policy makers, programme managers and implementers, and outlines a vision for the future of sanitation programmes in India. It also presents innovative ideas for launching the second generation of sanitation initiatives that will be relevant not only for India but also for many other countries across the globe." --Book Jacket.

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