INDIACSR Invites Speakers for its first India Sanitation Summit-2015 ‘Sanitation for All-Toilet First’ to be Held in New Delhi in December

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Indian Government has a great mission to develop separate toilets for boys and girls in every school in the country, by 15th of August 2015.

The Summit would provide a forum to initiate a dialogue and enlighten the delegates on various issues related to sanitation, toilet movement, woman empowerment, women dignity and girl child education etc.

The India Toilet Summit 2015 ‘Sanitation for All – Toilet First’ will take place on February 6, 2015 at Lakshmipat Singhania Auditorium, PHD Chamber House, 4/2 Siri Institutional Area, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi.  Contact: conference@indiacsr.in  or 9981099555

IndiaCSR News Netowrk

NEW DELHI: INDIACSR (www.indiacsr.in) the largest Indian business network for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is organizing first Indian Sanitation Summit 2014 themed ‘Sanitation for all- Toilet First’ in New Delhi in Feb 6, 2015.

The India Sanitation Summit will involve some of the most reputable and competent national and world renowned speakers from government and private sectors, research agencies, innovators, social scientists and thought leaders dealing in sanitation and toiletries industries in the country. There will be 50 speakers and 300 participants projected in the day long exclusive summit.

We invite speakers for our mega summit on sanitation to contribute towards the ever growing knowledge on Sanitation and toilet innovation and share ideas, knowledge and experience on best practices and discuss collaborative projects between governments, organization and its stakeholder –the society. Travel and accommodation are to be managed by speakers by their own. There will be no provision of reimbursement of TA and DA by the organizers.

Speakers from manufacturers, technology providers and products category kindly refer sponsorship page of summit website (to be released soon) for details of terms and conditions for registration.

Your expertise and knowledge in the field expressed through your speeches, presentations and case studies would highlight thought provoking activities and facilitate knowledge transfer across the august gathering in the following areas and related sub-areas:

Policy development

International and national mandates

Millennium development goals (MDGs)

Human RightsLeadership perspectives

Impact on community

Government acts, policies and schemes

Role of Government, non-government and private agencies

Research and development

Scientific research

Social research

Behavioral change research

Action research

Project Implementation Strategy

Awareness, advocacy and behavior change communication

Reduction of open defecation practices

Operation, maintenance and capacity building

Coverage perspective

Use of available resources in community

Product Innovations and technology

Innovation in practices

Put Technology to work

Cost effective design

Eco-friendly design

Universally accessible design

Affordability and acceptability

The Summit would provide a forum to initiate a dialogue and enlighten the delegates on various issues related to sanitation, toilet movement, woman empowerment, women dignity and girl child education etc.

The summit is very much aligned to ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ (Clean India Initiative) of our visionary Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. We have decided to be an active participant of this noble mission to support in creating national level forum to discuss various issues connected to the Toilet and Sanitation, health, education, woman empowerment and behavioral change for wider social good. We believe that the summit would highlight the problems allied with a lack of sanitation and toilets and would also adopt resolutions to achieve Nation sanitation goals by 2019 as a tribute to the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, by eliminating the unhealthy practice of Open Defecation.

Indian Government has a great mission to develop separate toilets for boys and girls in every school in the country, by 15th of August 2015.

The gathering in the capital of India would reach beyond academic research and government operations and would focus on the harmony in our society through the sanitation lens. The summit would facilitate the gathering of many luminaries from the corporate and non-profit world particularly from sanitation. It shall witness how the various organizations, governments are involved in collectivism, informal virtue and morality.

India Sanitation Summit is a unique national level forum established by the IndiaCSR Group to bring together various sanitation stakeholders under a roof to connect and collaborate on innovative inventions, projects and products in the toilet and sanitation sector in our country. Addressing the increasing importance of hygiene, health, sanitation, and toilet related issues, the first ‘India Sanitation Summit 2014′ will take place at New Delhi, capital of India, from 18 to 19 December 2014. Registration is must for attending the summit.

The ‘India Sanitation Summit’ is designed for decision and policy makers in government, business and nonprofit sectors. The Summit is aimed at those all who wish to update themselves with recent trends and how developments, understand how various organizations are applying the innovative ideas in the area of sanitation and toilet in the country.

Sanitation for all and provision of Toilet in every household is prime agenda of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi. On the occasion of Independence Day, in his speech Shri Narendra Modi again stressed that toilet is ‘dignity of woman’. In his first address to nation Shri Narendra Modi urged parliamentarians and the corporate sector to help build separate toilets for girls in schools across the country by next year.

Despite 64 years of rural development, 60% of India’s rural population defecates in open either due to lack of toilets, lack of their Operation and Maintenance, due to absence of water or inappropriate technology with no scientific mode of digesting the waste, leading to rural men questioning the usefulness of toilets. In the last 60 years only 32% rural families in 2011 (as per census figures) and 40 %.( NSSO figures of 2013) have rural toilets.

For speakership terms and conditions detail please contact:

Rusen Kumar

M: +91 (0) 99810 99555

E: conference@indiacsr.in

W: www.indiasanitationsummit.indiacsr.in

 

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