CLEAN INDIA- GREEN INDIA
Swachch Bharat- Harit Bharat
With an aim to provide sanitation facilities to every family including toilets, solid and liquid waste system, village cleanliness and safe and adequate drinking water supply the corporation has promoted and commercialised technologies relating to low cost toilets, safe and community based drinking water system, water filters, chlorine tablets etc.
SWACHH SWASTH SARVATRA
Swachh Swasth Sarvatra is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation launched on 29 December, 2016. Through this scheme CHCs in ODF Block supported under NHM to achieve Kayakalp certification, Gram Panchayat of Kayakalp PHC prioritized to become ODF and Training in WASH of CHC/PHC nominees. As part of it:
MOHFW will provide a grant of Rs. 10 lakhs to ensure that their Community Health Centre (CHC) achieves High Quality benchmarks of sanitation, hygiene and infection control with a minimum score of 70 under the Kayakalp assessment.
SWACHCH BHARAT ABHIYAN (UD, RD)
- India’s biggest ever cleanliness drive launched by the Prime Minister on Gandhi Jayanti, 2nd October 2014 at Rajghat in New Delhi.
- PM urges everyone to devote 100 hours every year that is two hours every week towards cleanliness.
- Campaign aimed at the Mission Clean India by 2nd October 2019 to coincide with the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
- Sanitation coverage which was 42% previously has become 60%
- Open Defecation Free (ODF) States: Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala
- Urban Areas of Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat and Sikkim declared ODF.
Swachch Bharat Gramin
- Over 3.6 crore household toilets constructed since the launch of the Mission
- 1,74,557 villages, 118 districts and 3 States declared ODF
- Incentive for individual toilet has been increased to Rs. 12,000.
- 100 Swachh Iconic Places (SIP) of historical and cultural significance will attain the highest levels of Swachhta as per global standards. 20 of these have been selected in Phase1 and Phase 2.
Swachch Bharat Urban
614 cities have been so far declared Open Defecation Free after due verification
All cities of Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat declared ODF
- Target was fully achieved with 4.17 lakh toilets added to 2.61 lakh government elementary and secondary schools from 15.8.2014 to 15.8.2015.
- 13.77 crore children in 11.21 lakh government schools all over the country now have access to toilet facilities
SWACHCH BHARAT KOSH (Finance)
- To improve the cleanliness levels in rural and urban areas, priority to girl toilets in schools.
- Purpose: Construction of new toilets and repair and renovation of dysfunctional toilets in villages, towns, government schools and aanganwaadis.
SWACHH BHARAT CESS (Finance)
- Contribution to the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the form of Swachh Bharat Cess
RURAL DRINKING WATER SUPPLY (MoDWS)
- Rural drinking water supply coverage - No. of fully covered habitations increased from 73.66% as on 1.4.14 to 77.01% (As on 28.2.17)
- Clean Water to Arsenic and Fluoride affected 28000 habitations by 2020
NAMAMI GANGE (MoWS& GR)
- Ambitious Ganga Rejuvenation Program ‘NamaamiGange’ launched for cleaning of Ganga.
- The Union Cabinet approved the budget outlay of Rs 20,000 crore for Namami Gange programme in 2015.
- Namami Gange is an integrated conservation programme with the aim to accomplish the twin objectives of effective abatement of pollution, conservation and rejuvenation of National River Ganga.
- NMCG which was registered as a society in 2011 was reconstituted as an Authority on 7th October 2016. It is now empowered with regulatory powers under Environment Protection Act, 1986 and higher financial powers.
- Under Namami Gange programme, 100% funds being provided by the central government.
UJALA (Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All)
- Unnat Jyoti by Affordable LEDs for All. LED bulb distribution under domestic efficient lighting program in Delhi launched on 5 January 2015
- 27.25 crore LED Bulbs distributed
- 35,400 Million units of electricity saved per year
- Reduction in Carbon Dioxide Emission up to 28.67 MT/year