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| Last Updated:: 20/07/2019


Key Findings of National Annual Rural Sanitation Survey 2017-18




The National Annual Rural Sanitation Survey (NARSS) 2017—18 was conducted between mid November 2017 and mid March 2018, to establish the baseline with respect to the Disbursement Linked Indicators (DLI) for the World Bank project support to the Swochh Bhorot Mission (Gramin) . IPE Global Limited, in Joint Venture with Hindustan Thompson Associates Private Limited represented by Kantar Public, was selected to undertake the NARSS after a competitive bidding process.The NARSS 2017—18 surveyed 92040 households (HH) in 6136 villages across States and UTs of India. Schools, Anganwadis and public/community toilets were also surveyed in these villages. The entire survey process, from the questionnaire desipn to fieldwork and quality check was supervised by the Expert Working Group (EWG), under the chairmanship of Prof Amitabh Kundu and co- chairmanship of Dr NC Saxena. The EWG included representatives of the World Bank, UNICEF, Water Aid, BMGF, NSSO, NITI Aayog, and international experts such as Dr Bindeshwar Pathak, a mong others. Read More.....


source:Water Dept Ministry CTC Updated On 21st July, 2018


Infographic - In the Region, 14 diarrhoea deaths a day can be attributed to inadequate WaSH



Source : WHO, October 25th, 2016


Water and Sanitation – What has changed in the last 25 years.



 Source : World Street Journal, Unicef/WHO, 24 August, 2016


Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) for accelerating and sustaining progress on Neglected Tropical Diseases


It's time to get the balance right


Globally lack  safe water at home 


Source: Universal and Equitable Access to Safe Water  for all  by 2030  Updated On 14th July, 2018