Bangladesh has recognized theimportance of an ‘Institutional and Regulatory Framework’(IRF) to deal with the management of human waste. Formulated througha participatory approach involving all stakeholders, the IRF isexpected to lead to systematic and sustainable Fecal SludgeManagement (FSM) in urban Bangladesh.
Competitive Smart Cities in Rajasthan
India is working on a framework for inclusive prosperity at the city level for a few selected cities, advocating on the need to plan for innovative on-site sanitation solutions through a knowledge product, a regional database on the demographic and socioeconomic condition of India
Post-Earthquake Rapid Visual Damage Assessment of Public and High-Rise Buildings in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
The goal of the Nepal K-Hub study is to promote risk-resilient urban development in the country with a particular focus on post-earthquake rebuilding of the Kathmandu Valley.[...]
Environmental Sanitation Management Information System (ESMIS)
Sri Lanka is working on establishing an Environmental Management Information System for municipal councils (MCs) to improve planning and development activities, further support of the MCs with strategic planning and implementation capacity and recommendations for an improved Master of Planning curriculum at the Department of Town and Country Planning at the University of Moratuwa.[...]