This report presents options for how to carry out a quantification and profiling through assessments of workers at city level.

Submission of report by the government of Assam in compliance with the National Green Tribunal order of September 21, 2020 in Original Application No. 593 of 2017 (Paryavaran Suraksha Samiti Vs Union of India & Others).

NITI Aayog released a book on faecal sludge and septage management in urban areas.

This publication discusses urban sanitation in Papua New Guinea and opportunities to make water and sanitation more inclusive, including the introduction of an operational fecal sludge management framework.

Millions of households fail to benefit from sanitation investments because not enough sewerage infrastructure connects directly to households, according to a World Bank report released on World Toilet Day under the auspices of the Bank’s Citywide Inclusive Sanitation (CWIS) initiative.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Amit @ Bhima Vs Govt. of NCT of Delhi & Others dated 01/06/2020.

The application sought direction against cutting of trees outside Anand Vihar Railway station, adjacent to the public toilet near out gate of the railway station. There was also complaint for treatment and cleaning of effluents before discharge in Anand Vihar drain.

Cities must ensure universal access to safe, reliable and affordable sanitation so that all urban residents can lead productive, healthy and thriving lives.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of News item published in "The Times of India" Authored by Times News Network Titled “Reeking of apathy : Breathing outside Jahangirpuri metro station is a luxury” dated 14/08/2019 regarding choking of drains and dumping of garbage outside the Jahagirpuri Metro Station. Further, footpath outside Gate No.1 is covered with human and animal excreta. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation informed the local civic agencies including the PWD and North Delhi Municipal Corporation but with no result. There was also problem of water logging.

Myths are holding back universal access to water and sanitation in cities in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and South Asia, a policy brief by Water and Sanitation for the Urban Poor (WSUP) revealed.

Developing countries throughout Asia have made impressive gains in sanitation improvement through efforts to reduce open defecation and improve toilet coverage, and hygienic citywide fecal sludge management programs have become critical.

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