A Future Laid To Waste | An Introduction to Inclusive Sanitation
An Overview Guide to navigate the gendered sanitation ecosystem in India that disproportionately affects women, transwomen and other marginalised groups across access, infrastructure, operations and decision-making.
Engagement of the NFSSM Alliance with 15th Finance Commission
Report on the recommendations made by the NFSSM Alliance and the efforts towards empowering local governments which yielded in acceptance of 6+ critical recommendations to the 15th Finance Commission, including inclusion of FSSM in sanitation grants to ULBs.
Mainstreaming Occupational Health & Safety in FSSM
A study undertaken by the NFSSM Alliance with an objective to mainstream personal protective equipment in the FSSM sector focussing emptying, conveyance and treatment part of the sanitation service chain.
Framework and Checklist on Inclusive Sanitation for Cities
The NFSSM Alliance has developed a detailed inclusive sanitation framework and checklist towards outlining an implementation strategy and a road map for achieving city-wide inclusive sanitation, aimed to be useful for city managers and governments to promote inclusive sanitation in their cities to contribute towards SDG mandate of ‘Leaving no one behind.’
Toilet Ke Baad Kya?
‘Toilet Ke Baad Kya', developed by the NFSSM Alliance, is an introduction to Faecal Sludge and Septage Management (FSSM) explaining its importance in the sanitation value chain.
Menstrual Waste Disposal in India
NFSSM Alliance developed Menstrual Health Management Policy briefs for State and Central Governments as well as a report on Incinerators as a Menstrual Waste Disposal Technology.
The Faecal Sludge and Septage Management: Service & Business Models Report
Jointly developed with NITI Aayog, this report shares leading practices and innovations to improve how faecal sludge is managed, and how to expand services to the millions of people living in thousands of cities in urban India, lacking access to safely managed sanitation.
This contains IEC materials supporting the Report ‘Faecal Sludge and Septage Management (FSSM) in Urban Areas’