On the occasion of World Toilet Day, India Sanitation Coalition along with Dalberg Global Development Advisors share an interview series that captures diverse perspectives and approaches to addressing sanitation challenges in our country.

Sanitation is a problem that cuts across all sectors

1. Naina Lal Kidwai, Chair, India Sanitation Coalition & Past President, FICCI
“We have to embrace sanitation as a cause irrespective of what we believe our CSR missions are as corporates, because sanitation underpins whichever space we believe we are in.”

 

2. Madhu Krishna, Country Lead – Water Sanitation & Hygiene, India Country Office, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
“We will not get the public health impact of safe sanitation if we do not look after the treatment.”

 

3. Rita Roy Choudhury, Assistant Secretary General, FICCI
“We need to go beyond the realm of CSR and look at sanitation as a business opportunity.”

 

Things we need to focus on as we work together to improve sanitation outcomes

4. Prabhat Pani, Tata Trusts
“You have to lay down a fabric, by which data is constantly being collected.”


5. Neeraj Jain, Country Director, India, PATH
“Once the chain gets set up, you have lots of entrepreneurs wanting to jump in, so that’s what we need to create.”

 

6. Dr. V M Chariar, Professor, Centre for Rural Development and Technology, IIT Delhi
“I think we are using some pretty backward methodologies to promote innovation.”

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Dalberg Advisors

Dalberg Advisors

We are a global group of change makers working to build a more inclusive and sustainable world where all people, everywhere, can reach their fullest potential.

India Sanitation Coalition

India Sanitation Coalition

The India Sanitation Coalition (ISC) was formed with the objective of bringing all stakeholders in the sanitation field onto one platform to share information, learn from others, partner and collaborate. The ISC has NGOs, donors, corporates, foundations, trusts and government as partners, working together to create larger impact,

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