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|Title:||Assessment of Implementation And Monitoring Aspects of Swachh Bharat Mission : A Case Study of Satara District, Maharashtra|
|Keywords:||School of Habitat Studies|
Swachh Bharat Mission
Centre for Water Policy, Regulation and Governance
|Abstract:||On 2nd October 2014, Swachh Bharat Mission was launched throughout length and breadth of the country as a national movement. The campaign aims to achieve the vision of a ‘Clean India’ by 2nd October 2019. People from different sections of the society have come forward and joined this mass movement of cleanliness. From government officials to bollywood actors to the sportspersons, industrialists to spiritual leaders, all have lined up for this work. Millions of people across the country have been day after day joining the cleanliness initiatives of the government departments, NGOs and local community centres to make India clean. Organising frequent cleanliness campaigns to spreading awareness about hygiene through plays and music is also being widely carried out across the nation. The focus on Open Defecation Free India till 2019 is one of the major targets of the current government and for this the construction of toilets, their usage along with the behavioural change in the communities is needed. The purpose of this research is to find out how these objectives are met with the steps followed in the implementation process of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) and also how they being monitored as to achieve the target of ODF.|
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