BMC - suggested steps for any campaign incl.
littering - by Tanya Mahajan
Pl add / elaborate/detail/expand. We want to recommend it as a standard
part of any BMC policy framework document. Thanks. Vinay
MCGM - steps for any campaign (after launching of campaign)
All info to be available in various languages at the Ward offices
and MCGM website and involved citizen groups.
- Policy document (usually even this is not available)
- Procedure document (including forms)
- FAQ - to answer stakeholders' queries
- Helplines - (for specific issue, not general MCGM help-line)
- to answer queries, record complaints, receive feedback, etc.
- Names of officers - in charge of implementation
- Names of experts/consultants - empanelled by MCGM (or not), who
will assist (for a fee) citizens in implementing/ understanding
- Resource directory of agencies who can provide services related
directly or indirectly to the issue under consideration
- Trainers for training of a) MCGM staff
b) all stakeholders
- Comprehensive media campaign that will include TV ads, radio messages,
SMS alerts, printed publicity material - posters, brochures, etc
for info dissemination
- Schools and Colleges programme
- Easy to read manuals (in all languages) to explain new concepts
- Demonstration models in each ward/across the city, so as to instill
confidence in citizens
- Documentation of successful initiatives that will be show-cased
as examples to follow. Yearly competitions and prizes.
- Periodic review by citizens and MCGM jointly of the campaign/programme,
against projected targets for the campaign and provision to introduce
changes where required. (flexibility)
- Website to display all information, and be updated frequently
reflecting the actual direction of the campaign.
BMC Solid Waste
Management (Prohibition of Littering and Regulation of Segregation,
Storage, Delivery and Collection) Rules 2006
- Suggested steps for any campaign incl. littering