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India

India joined SWA in 2019.

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By 2020 will develop rigorous analysis on the status of progress on Hygiene in south asia and basing on the same develop common advocacy messages for CSOs around financing for hygiene including MHM.
CSO
Reviewing progress
By end of 2020 equip at least 200 CSOs from 11 states of India with information and analysis on the status of WASH, SDG 6.1 and 6.2 implementation, and facilitate developing CSO engagement strategies in these states and implementation of the same with focus on evidence based advocacy for LNOB and MHM.
CSO
Reviewing progress
By end of 2019 build capacities of the district level local Government and CSO functionaries in one selected district each in four states of India to support and strengthen integration of LNOB in implementation of WASH programmes and produce annual report on the same.
CSO
Reviewing progress
During 2019 and there after will actively engage the CSO members of FANSA in the process of developing SWA new strategy and in implementation of the same in the next few years
CSO
Reviewing progress
By 2020 Support FANSA National Chapters and associates in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka to actively engage with respective National Governments and build strong mutistakeholder platforms on WASH at the National level and there after support in proper functioning of the same.
CSO
Reviewing progress
FANSA: During 2019 -22 will work with its National chapters and CSO Members in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, India, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka to collect evidence on exclusion and best practices related to equitable and inclusive WASH progress, and on the basis of the same provide consolidated input and facilitate representation of the voices of the marginalized to inform the decisions and commitments at SACOSANs in 2020 and 2022, high level meetings of SWA and other important global platforms on WASH and SDG 6.
CSO
Reviewing progress
By end of 2019 build partnership initiatives between CSOs and local governments in four states of India and demonstrate scalable solutions to ensure access to toilets for the persons with disability and elderly and produce annual learning products on the same.
CSO
Reviewing progress
By 2022 Support four country CSO platforms to develop country specific strategy and tools to advocate for equitable and inclusive sanitation progress with focus on women, children, elderly and persons with disability.
CSO
Reviewing progress
By end of 2019 create an efficient civil society mechanism (National Working Group) which will be regularly reviewing the WASH developments and SDG 6.1 and 6.2 achievement process in India and provide constructive feedback on the policy and practice including monitoring and progress tracking mechanisms.
CSO
Reviewing progress
Mysore Seetharam
Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement

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