Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN-13/ EAN: 9789350183854 (Hardbound)
INR 695.00– US$ 34.99Link:http://amzn.to/2vrOwJi
LC Subject heading:
2. Sanitation, Household–India.
3. Toilets–India –Management.
4. Toilets–India–Design and construction.
BISAC Subject: POL002000/POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / City Planning & Urban Development
About the Book:-
The book ‘Right to Toilet’ looks at the basic human amenities for toilet and sanitation. These present a shocking and stinking picture, especially for women, girls and the poor living in slums and villages. While information and education have become the ‘rights’ of the Indian citizen, the provisions of toilets and drinking water are not so. The author suggests to aggressively provide the toilets and sanitation infrastructure all over as a basic human need and making India open defecation free.
About the Author:-
A.K. Jain as Commissioner (Planning), worked on various policies, plans and projects, which include Master Plan for Delhi-2021, National Urban Housing and Habitat Policy and National Urban Transport Policy. As a member of the Advisory Board of the UN-Habitat he worked on World Habitat Reports. Mr. Jain is a visiting faculty at Delhi School of Planning and Architecture and other Universities. His works and writings have been widely published, including the books ‘Urban Housing and Slums’, ‘The Informal City’, ‘Space for Shopping’ ‘Urban Land Policy and PPP’, ‘Inclusive Planning and Social Infrastructure’ and ‘Revisiting Land Acquisition and Urban Process’.
Foreword—Preface—Introduction–Toilets and Public Conveniences, Toilets in Indian Slums–Issues and Obstacles–Sustainability of Toilets and Sanitation–Management Options and Community Participation,–Toilet Norms and Standards–Toilet Planning and Design–Maintenance and Management–Glossary–Chronology of Sanitation Programs in India—Bibliography—Index.
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