Providing facilitation support to Village Water Committees, social mobilisation and awareness generation and capacity building

Narrative

To be completed by CSPC/ SRTT

  • Impact Assessment (M&E) Phase Project completed on 31 Dec, 2011 Implementation Phase
  • Implementation Phase Project started on 1 Jan, 2011 Preparation Phase
    Divyang Waghela ( Coastal Salinity Prevention Cell ) 8 Months before start 30 Apr, 2010

    Baseline Study Report

    Status: Complete - Successful

    Operating Status:

    Centre for Intergrated Development, Ahmedabad helped put together a project report on Tata-GE special drinking water supply and sanitation. The report updates the current condition related to water and sanitation in the villages. Major findings of the baseline study are:

    a) Demographic details and household pattern
    b) Livelihood pattern
    c) Water scenario
    d) Sanitation, waste management and other amenities
    e) Personal hygiene and behavioral aspects
    f) Health & Education condition.

    Detailed report attached in the project ID 344 - http://peerwater.org/projects/344

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    Divyang Waghela ( Coastal Salinity Prevention Cell ) Over 1 Year before start 4 May, 2009

    Baseline study launched

    Status: Complete - Successful

    Operating Status:

    The project will cover 10 villages across Mangrol block of Junagadh district and Porbandar block of Porbandar district. A total of about 5000 households (app 25,000 beneficiaries) would be covered across 8 villages.

    The major activities planned in each village are:
    • Community level capacity building initiatives for construction, operation and maintenance of the RO based drinking water supply units;
    • Training and capacity building inputs
    • Comprehensive village level drinking water storage and supply network;
    • Construction of individual HH level sanitation units, compost pits, soak pits, biogas/ NADEP units / smokeless chullahs.

    Major expected outcome of the project is to:
    • improve access to drinking and domestic water needs through provision of treated potable water & substantial reduction in drudgery and time of women for fetching domestic water.
    • Promote improved hygiene and sanitation practices

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Providing facilitation support to Village Water Committees, social mobilisation and awareness generation and capacity building

Narrative

To be completed by CSPC/ SRTT

Sustainability

Creating and measuring long-term impact

To be completed by CSPC/ SRTT

Other Issues

Unusual and unexpected issues faced during project execution

To be completed by CSPC/ SRTT

Learnings

Knowledge of project and process for sharing

To be completed by CSPC/ SRTT

Impact

Implementer: Ambuja Cement Foundation

Funding

Funded:
$338,486
Community:
$77,613
Final Cost:
$338,486
$77,613:
Self
$76,193:
GE

Plan/Proposal