National Strategy for Water Supply and Sanitation (Bangla) -Revised and Updated Edition 2021
বাংলাদেশ পানি ও স্যানিটেশন সেক্টরের জন্য দরিদ্র সহায়ক কৌশল
This Policy Brief presents an operational guideline for establishing effective FSM services in urban areas of Bangladesh. The model has been developed based on a detailed assessment of the existing operation of FSM services in different urban centres of Bangladesh, a review of data/information and experiences of running FSM services in other countries, and through extensive consultation involving all stakeholders.
Bangladesh has recognized the importance of an Institutional and Regulatory Framework (IRF) for Fecal Sludge Management in order to ensure that the achieved sanitation successes are sustained. This brief provides background and the way forward for policymakers.
Plicy Brief: Integrated approach for development of slums and low income communities in urban areas of Bangladesh
This policy brief presents the foundations for an integrated multi-stakeholder approach to improve the facilities and services in slums and LICs. The “integrated approach” involves identifying and addressing the key “interrelated challenges” simultaneously and in a systematic manner.
National Action Plan for Implementation of Institutional and Regulatory Framework (IRF) for Fecal Sludge Management for City Corporation (Bangla Version)
পয়ঃবর্জ্য ব্যবস্থাপনার (এফএসএম) প্রাতিষ্ঠানিক এবং আইনি কাঠামো বাস্তবায়নে জাতীয় কর্মপরিকল্পনা (২০২১-২০৩০) – সিটি কর্পোরেশন
Knowledge Product: Integrated Approach for Development of Slums and Low Income Communities in Urban Areas of Bangladesh
An “integrated approach” (Knowledge Product – 3) has been proposed for holistic development of slums and low-income communities (LICs). The approach has been developed based on assessment of existing situation and challenges in slums and LICs, review of slum development approaches/experiences in different countries, and through extensive consultation involving all stakeholders. The “approach” involves identification of issues and challenges in urban slums and LICs under “four broad categories”, and then addressing the “interrelated issues and challenges” under each category systematically in an “integrated manner” involving all stakeholders including the LGI itself, I/NGOs, development partners, and other concerned agencies.