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Title: WES-Net India- States Chapters

WES-Net India- States Chapters
  • Purpose Meeting WASH CommunityFamiliarizationCo
    nsultation for
  • pre-launch of WES- Net India Chapter, Jharkhand
  • Date of meeting 16 June 2011 at 2.30 P.M
    Venue Plan India, Ranchi
  •  Item
  • 1. Introduction and Presentation by Avinash-
    National Coordinator, WES-
  • Net India
  • 2. Role and Expectations from WES-Net India in
    Rural/ Urban WASH (on knowledge/ Information
    dissemination network research etc.)- an open
    debate/ discussion
  • i. Gaps and challenges- thematic and research
    areas, and advocate solutions
  • ii. An inventory of Stakeholders Network/s,
    Forums, Knowledge, Research network
    strengthening ?
  • 3. Start-up activities at state/ regional level
  • i. Identify partner to host the secretariat of
    WES-Net state chapter in Jharkhand
  • ii. Identify Working group members, to enhance
    state/ regional chapter
  • iii. Follow-up next meeting Date.,
    Venue.. and Time.
  • 4. AOB

  • Situational analysis
  • Hurdles
  • HDI- Jharkhand state
  • National/ state DDWS policy and program 2012 (and
    beyond ??)
  • Key WASH activities
  • WES-Net India- Aim, Goal, Objectives
  • WES-Net India Tasks and Outputs
  • WES- Net India on website www.wesnetindia.org
  • State chapters- a step forward

Situational Analysis
  • DWS Sector- Water, Sanitation, Hygiene-a
  • Water sector reforms (1999/ 2002)
  • National Environment Policy 2002
  • National Water policy 2002
  • CRSP/A-CRSP (1997/ 2002) TSC (2004), CLTS
  • National Rural Drinking Water Programme-2010
  • Experiences
  • Swajal (UP)
  • Danida (in TN),
  • Swajaldhara (National)
  • Jalanidhi (Kerala),
  • Jalswarajaya (Maharashtra)
  • Ghogha and WASMO (Gujarat) and
  • EC IWRM (Rajasthan)
  • etc.

Situational Analysis
  • Mandate
  • Decentralization 1991/93 (73rd and 74th CAA)-
    Community Managed rural/urban water supply
    sanitation Hygiene
  • Right to Water- Guaranteed under Article 21-
    water is a social good
  • Right to information act (RTI act) 2005- share
    with citizens all such information, which is not
    denied to the parliament
  • Emphasis on
  • Convergence with NHRM- WQ for drinking health
  • Convergence with TSC- protection of surface water
  • Convergence with NREGA- construction,
    rejuvenation of ponds local Natural-Water
    Resources Management-conjuctive use of water

SITUATIONAL Analysis (source WB report 2008)
Hurdles- to Scalability and sustainability
  • Un-matching Performance and pre-maturing of
    design norms
  • Prescriptions do not meet peoples Expectations,
  • Demystify Policy and programs- and targets to
    process approach
  • Convergence with TSC, NRHM, NREGA
    intra-coordination missing
  • Appropriate and affordable - technological
    solutions lack innovation
  • Knowledge seldom shared, assimilation for
  • Networking and convergence projects- people-
    professionals is missing Traditional time
    tested practices (implicit and explicit)disregarde
  • Peer reviews, sharing, learning, innovations
    research missing
  • Best practices and good work not adapted/ adopted
    for replication
  • Attempt to reinvent the wheel each and
  • Validation and Standardization is missing
  • Lack of trust- providers role has become
    complacent ??????

Jharkhand State -28th state since 15/11/2000
  • PESA, 1996- Panchayat Extension to Scheduled
  • - GP is the owner of natural resource -
    Empowered to inspect, review and control
    development Programs
  • Vision Jharkhand state-2010- Reduction in
    poverty index to 20 from 56
  • - IMR reduction to 40 from 72/ 1000-
    U5MR/ CMR- 25 from 68/1000
  • - MMR -4/1000
  • Reduction in water borne diseases to 20 from 76
  • - Coverage with Potable DW to each Every HH
    (30 (tribal ?)
  • - Eye infection, skin diseases, anemia,
    malaria, diarrhea , WB, etc.

National RDWP, 2010- Principles AIM
  • Principles
  • Public good and a right
  • Govt. to ensure basic need of people is met-
    esp. vulnerable deprived
  • No Commercialization for non affording people-
    user charges based on subsidy for EWS
  • PPP (GP and PHED) and no commercialization by
    private agencies
  • Conjunctive use of water based planning- water
  • Water quantity and quality safeguard- water
    safety plan
  • Water quality testing lab. at all sub-division
  • Launch Swajal Gram Purashkar (Nirmal Gram

National RDWP, 2010- Principles AIM
  • And
  • Community participatory planning, construction,
    supervision, implementation and after servicing/
    managed facilities by GPs
  • OM funds to be out of 13th finance commission
    w.e.f 01/04/2012
  • Relevant, effective, efficient and sustainable
    WASH interventions
  • gt 30 hand-pump mechanics to be women, who also
    sign completion
  • Aim
  • Achieve MDG targets
  • DWS value as a livelihood and health commodity

Paradigm shift
  • Prepare water safety plan-identify water safety
    problem with solution-WQ testing and sanitary
    inspection of a toilet
  • Protect water quality from catchments to the
    consumer and tap to the toilet
  • Health based quality parameters for using
    surface/ground/ rainwater/ recycled water for
    various uses
  • Establish WQ assurance program- to reduce
    potential risk of contamination of water
    supply-refer National WQMS program
  • Transfer the water supply program to PRIs for
    in-village management
  • ARWSP re-christened as National Rural Drinking
    water Program (NRDWP)

  • Coverage- uncovered/ un-served/ partially served
    population, villages, habitations
  • Sustainability- states to move forward towards
    drinking water security
  • Potable Drinking water to quality affected
  • Desert development Programme
  • Natural calamity mitigation programme
  • OM programme
  • Support activities
  • RDAC- National Research and Development Advisory
  • NIC- Technical advisor for all e-governance,
    maintaining database and
  • National Rural habitation directory
  • KRC- training and capacity building

Norms for Budget allocation
  • Coverage - 30 (5050 and 9010)Coverage is
    defined by- 40 lpcd within 500 meters/ 30 minute
    travel time
  • Water Quality Monitoring and Surveillance- 20
  • Operation and Maintenance- 10
  • Sustainability- 20 for decentralized
    CMRWSS-district-wise water security plan- and
    mobilizing technology for sustainability
  • DDP- 10
  • NRDWP Support- 5 (also social auditing) by CCDO
    under WSSO
  • Natural calamity- 5

  • WASH.
  • 1, Water Supply Village Water Resources
  • 2, Sanitation and Sanitation system (S)
  • 3, Hygiene Education and Health (HE) SHE
  • Integrated Programming based on
  • 4, Water Policy and Good Governance
  • 5, Systemic changes
  • 6, Equipped with relevant capacitys (GO, NGOs
    and others)
  • 6. Climate change and Water
  • 7, Integrated Water Resources Management, Sub/
    Hydraulic Basins
  • 8, Women and Child (Water) rights based approach

Knowledge Hub
WES-Net India, Aim, Goal, Role,
  • What WES Net aims to do ..a way forward.
  • WES-Net India aim is to enhance VIA (the road in
  • Visibility-
  • Information-dissemination
  • Awareness

  • WES-Net India goal is to contribute to the
    DDWS- National/
  • States Rural Drinking Water Program- 2010 and
    Nationwide Total
  • Sanitation Campaign thru. Knowledge
  • Strengthening , research and research
    coordination, partnerships,
  • networking, lobbying and advocacy on issues of
    strategic and
  • principled critical relevance to the sector,
    aiming to enhance the
  • effectiveness of sustainable WASH development in
  • At-least 1 rural and urban population by 2017,

WES-Net India, Aim, Goal, Objectives
  • Objectives
  • Integrate and Enhance sector partners knowledge
    (both tacit and knowledge products)
  • Strengthen and utilize the partners work,
    experiences and proven experiences/ practices
  • Improve coordination, communication for knowledge
    sharing and foster more effective partnerships at
    all levels
  • Facilitate and encourage debates and dialogues on
    critical, crucial issues and disseminate
    information and knowledge about solutions on
    what works delivers in sector
  • Advocate support to the DDWS-National/ states
    plans, policy and programs, with special focus to
    poor, disadvantaged marginalized

  • Sector Coordination/ facilitation
  • Complementation and cohesion between partners
  • Catalytic role
  • Perform as a bridge and a sounding box
  • Support establish a Platform
  • Sector Communication
  • Make extensive use of WES-Net India Solution
  • Develop a mechanism of Sharing for replication
  • Capture Case studies and Receive feedback and
    back-feed to avoid duplication
  • Dialogue, Events and Discussion
  • Facilitate debates, dialogue on critical and
    crucial issues
  • Stimulate debates, dialogue also in public domain
    for validation
  • Venue for outcome focused normative discussions
    on strategic issues
  • Interaction forum and a Mouth piece
  • Capacity Building Research
  • Training and capacity building and research
  • Linkages between KRC and CCDO, WSSO in states
  • Advocacy-
  • Advocacy networking and voice raising, Studies
    and, research

OUTPUTS- Knowledge learning and sharing platform
  • a) Exchange knowledge information- partners
    work and best practices for replication and
    adapting for solution finding
  • Learning and sharing Platform- organize thematic
    events, research coord. thru. learning
    alliances at state, regional and national-level
    to exchange (tacit and products knowledge)
    information and experiences
  • Joint events-coordinated/ co-branding of events-
    thru. and with partners
  • Participate in joint (multi-partner) studies,
    peer reviews, evaluations, specialized work to
    support sector policy, plans- implementation
    needs, both at national- states levels

  • b. Documentation-
  • Disseminate partners work on best practices,
    think pieces and standardized and duly validated
    and vetted knowledge products
  • Policy briefs on contemporary issues and position
    papers prepared for dissemination
  • Recommendations and findings from various/ all
    sector meetings and events compiled shared
    with partners

  • c. Research coordination
  • Perform synthesis of the solution exchange work
    produced in shape of consolidated reply, action
    in research and publications- perform validation
    and publish the finished product for wider
  • Publish an Annual Research Compendium with
    abstracts of all pilot government and
    non-government projects being implemented in the
    WASH sector work mainly done by regional/ state
    chapters and also at national level
  • A repository of practical solutions of problems
    faced at the implementation level by the
    community and the practitioners (designing,
    implementation, technical solutions, water
    quality, water treatment technologies, and OM of
    facilities and sanitation related gaps)

  • d. Advocacy for improved DWS -Policy, programs
  • Launch strategic issue based advocacy campaigns,
    also on contemporary issues
  • Support DDWS at GOI and state level for message/s
    campaigning and crucial, thematic and
    implementation issues
  • Debate and discuss also in public domain thru.
    events and seminars
  • Arrange events for validation of synthesized
    knowledge products prior to dissemination
  • Produce reports as part of inputs to GOI/ states
    policy and planning
  • (Contemporary issues e.g. water safety and
    security planning, WQMS, menstrual
  • hygiene, IWRM, communication, IEC, Eco-san,
    P-P-P, E-governance and ME and
  • Women and children special needs etc.)

  • Introduction and Dialogue Pre-launch WES-Net
    India State/ regional
  • chapters
  • Gujarat/ Rajasthan/ MP/ Maharashtra--08/04/2011,
    07/05/2011, 24/06/2011
  • Jharkhand/ Bihar/ Chattisgarh/
  • AP/ Orissa/ Kerala/ TN/ Karnataka..
  • WB / Assam/ North-East
  • Delhi/ Haryana/ / Punjab/ UP
  • Himachal / Uttrakhand/ JK

Home Page of WES-Net India
Menu Items
  • Home It includes the latest news, latest press
    releases, new solution exchange questions and
    much more about the Water and Sanitation sector.
  • About Us It gives brief introduction about the
    WES-Net India, its work, structure functioning,
    Objectives, Initiatives and Research and Studies.
  • WES Resource Bank Provide links to various sites
    containing publications and other materials have
    been provided.
  • Newsletter Every year Newsletter of WES-Net
    India printed and the soft copy of the newsletter
    posted on the WES-Net India website.
  • Workshops Events Gives information about the
    latest National and International Workshop and
    Events details related to Water and Sanitation
  • Training Courses Gives information about the
    latest National and International Training
    Courses details related to Water and Sanitation
  • Vacancies Gives information about the latest
    National and International Vacancies details
    related to Water and Sanitation sector.
  • Press Releases It is the month-wise archive
    section of all the press release related to WASH
  • Join Us Click on this link, fill the form and
    become member of WES-Net India
  • Wes Resource Center It gives information about
    the work of various organisations and
    professionals engaged in the water and sanitation
    sector to facilitate effective exchange of
    information and experience.

Invitation Letter for the Membership
  • Go to the WES-Net India Home page by
    www.wesnetindia.org , click on the link and
    download the invitation letter.

Regional/ state chapters- A step forward in 2011
  • Start-up activities at States/ regions
  • Familiarization visit to states/ regions Meet
    CSO, Govt., Academia, And
  • Identify and Finalize partner/s for WES-Net
    regions / states to host secretariat
  • Identify working group (core group/s later) to
    enhance states/ regions chapters
  • Sign partnerships MOUs between WES-Net India and
    State WESNet
  • Enhance networking with bi/ multi-laterals, DWS,
    CS professionals
  • Upgrade, update and linkages WES-Net India Sol.
    Exchange Websites
  • Draft TOR for Working Group
  • Explore funding possibilities for WES-Net state/
    regional center
  • Launch drive to expand membership base at states/
    regional level

..contd. Regional/ state chapters- A step forward
in 2011
  • Events, debates and discussions
  • Initiate debate and dialogue on most
    critical-crucial issues, Gaps and challenges
  • Identify thematic and action research areas
  • Review DDWS strategy, sector messages, other
    needs and research to adapt for local use
  • Identify and establish region/ states calendar of
  • Establish Core groups (thematic (technical,
    policy, implementation, advocacy) and research
    specific issues)
  • Organize, Initiate events learning alliances
    lobbying- by co-branding/co-funding
  • Identify 5 most priority subjects for research
    and research coordination during
  • 2011
  • Consolidate regional/ state chapters

Thank you for your Cooperation.
  • Avinash Zutshi,
  • National Coordinator
  • E-mail avinash.zutshi_at_gmail.com
  • Mob 91-0-9811758762
  • Tel 91-11-28525412 Ext- 239 Fax
  • Address
  • 25/1A, Institutional Area, Pankha Road, D- Block,
  • New Delhi-110058
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