As part of the MoU with DUSIB to strengthen community engagement in Adarsh Basti Centre for Advocacy and Research (CFAR), Mahila Pragati Manch (MPM) and Community Management Committee (CMC) have been given the responsibility of providing evidence on quantity and quality of access toand use of sanitation services across 14 Adarsh Bastis where we are partnering with Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB).
In pursuance of this mandate, in Nov-Dec 2016 we are organizing public hearings in all 14 settlements (Balmiki Basti, Rajiv Camp-Chitra Vihar, East Guru Anand Nagar, Indira Camp-Beghampur, Janta Jeevan Camp-Okhla, Indira Camp-Beghampur, Janta Jeevan Camp-Okhla, Karotia Camp-Okhla, New Sanjay Camp-Okhla, Seemapuri, Sunlight Colony, Rajasthani Camp-Sarita Vihar and Sanjay Camp-Dakshhinpuri)
On December 27, 2016, Public Hearing was organized at Gram Kheda, Jhilmil, in the presence of key officials from DUSIB and Delhi Jal Board (DJB). Prior to the Public Hearing we conducted interactions with residents in almost every lane to identify the deponents for the Public Hearing.
Toilet complex has only 16 seats which is less to this populated area, there should be more seats. Other thing is that CTC should be open during night time too, where we are supposed to go in night time?- Sonam gupta
There should be water supply in small lanes too, there is unnecessary quarrel in the area because of this issue- Rabia
Garbage dumping house is very far away in our area. There should be small dumping stations in interiors because sometimes people miss garbage pickups because there are out on work duty- Ajeet Kumar
Light poll in our street is leaning down and discharge current as well which is very dangerous- Rukhsana
Based on the depositions following commitments were made by the officials:
Decisions taken by the community group members: