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Linking Service Delivery Processes and Outcomes in Rural Sanitation: Findings from 56 districts in India

Linking Service Delivery Processes and Outcomes in Rural Sanitation: Findings from 56 districts in India
  • World Bank Water and Sanitation Program (WSP). April 2013
  • The year 2012 marked the close of the Government of India's Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC). The program was started in 1999 to achieve universal rural sanitation coverage. Although rural sanitation coverage has increased during TSC, progress still falls short of the program goal of universal coverage. The objectives of this assessment are to: provide the Government of India with an overview of the range of service delivery processes adopted by different districts across states and their relative performance in terms of outcomes; identify which service delivery processes are linked to better (or worse) performance; and identify where the key bottlenecks are to achieving or sustaining outcomes.
  • Geographical coverage: Asia, India
  • Main themes: Behaviour change, Hygiene, Monitoring, Rural areas, Sanitation
  • Main target audience: Community project officers, Decision makers, Development agencies, Governments, Local governments
  • Main purpose: Assessment, Reporting on project findings/outputs
  • Type of resource: Assessment report, Impact study, Indicators, Methodology, Performance report, Recommendations
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