Promoting Full Cycle Sanitation
Building Better Containment Structures
International Exposure Visit
The Govt. of Tamil Nadu (GoTN) has been a pioneer in not only in attempting improved standards of public health by taking steps to help stop open defecation, but has also prioritised the full sanitation chain, including the strengthening of septage management as an economical and sustainable complement to network-based systems.
The Tamil Nadu Urban Sanitation Support Programme (TNUSSP) supports the Government of Tamil Nadu (GoTN) and select cities in making improvements along the entire urban sanitation value chain. The TNUSSP is being implemented by a consortium of organisations led by the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS), in association with CDD Society, Gramalaya and Keystone Foundation.
Fecal Sludge, Desludging Operators, Containment Structures
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Urban Fellows Programme 2018 -19
Applications to the Urban Fellows Programme 2018-19 are now open! After two successful years, we’re launching the third iteration of this fellowship that will introduce you to diverse forms of urban practice. This tuition-free, full-time, nine-month, interdisciplinary fellowship combines classroom-based teaching, site-based applied learning, work in live projects, and external internships. Apply by 16 April 2018!