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ODF++ Protocols

Over the last four years, there has been a paradigm shift in the way urban sanitation is being monitored under the Mission. Accordingly, MoHUA is now monitoring outcomes (number of ODF wards and cities), rather than outputs (numbers of toilets built) and ensuring sustainability through the ODF+ and ODF++ Protocols.

The SBM ODF++ protocol focuses on achieving sanitation sustainability by addressing complete sanitation value chain, including safe and complete faecal sludge management.

A city / ward / work circle can be notified/ declared as SBM ODF++ city/ SBM ODF++ ward/ SBM ODF++ work circle if, at any point of the day, not a single person is found defecating and/ or urinating in the open, all community and public toilets are functional and well maintained, AND entire faecal sludge/septage and sewage is safely managed and treated, with no discharging and/or dumping of untreated faecal sludge/septage and sewage in drains, water bodies or open areas.

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ODF++ Protocol and Toolkit