Bring about an improvement in the general quality of life in the rural areas, by
promoting cleanliness, hygiene and eliminating open defecation.
Accelerate sanitation coverage in rural areas to achieve the vision of Swachh
Bharat by 2nd October 2019
Motivate Communities and Panchayati Raj Institutions to adopt sustainable
sanitation practices and facilities through awareness creation and health
Encourage cost effective and appropriate technologies for ecologically safe and
Develop where required, Community managed sanitation systems focusing on
scientific Solid & Liquid Waste Management systems for overall cleanliness in
the rural areas.
The focus of the Strategy is to move towards a ‘Swachh Bharat’ by providing flexibility to State governments, as sanitation is a state subject, to decide on their implementation policy and mechanisms, taking into account State specific requirements.
It is suggested that Implementation Framework of each State be prepared with a road map of activities covering the 3 important phases necessary for the Programme.
The Programme components and activities for SBM (G) implementation are as follows. All States will develop a detailed implementation strategy and plan based on but not limited to the components mentioned below:
Construction of Individual Household Latrines
Provision of Revolving Fund in the District
Micro Financing of Construction of Toilets
Community Sanitary Complex
Equity and inclusion
Solid and Liquid Waste Management
Action Plan for Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin)(More)
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Physical achievement of state Swachh Bharat Mission(Gramin)(More)
: "Implement Total Sanitation
Campaign with participatory, demand driven
and gender sensitive approach for healthy
Vision : "Every family
including children in rural area is aware
of the importance of healthy environment and
adopts sanitation facilities along with positive
awareness on the importance about need
for construction of household toilets,
community sanitation complexes, school
sanitation complexes, safe disposal of
sewage water and solid waste resulting
into improved living standards.
To create a
sense of ownership and responsibility
within the community towards sanitation
To encourage active
participation for creation of sanitation
assets and its sustainable maintenance
the construction and use of toilets by
all rural families so as to eliminate
To provide sanitary
complexes to all schools and crèches.
To reduce child
mortality rate through the reduction in
diseases arising out of unsanitary conditions.
1. Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forest & State Co ordinator
CCDU - N.B.A. Cell
Commissionerate of RD,
Block No 16/3, Dr. Jivraj Mehta Bhawan,
1. District Development
2. Director, DRDA (District
Rural Development Agency)