Swach Delhi Swasth Delhi (SDSD) is a project funded by Water Aid. It aims to provide Delhi’s urban poor with improved access to water and sanitation services for better health and quality of life. Under the project CURE has developed the following; knowledge products – a review of the Delhi’s water and sanitation history and institutional systems, a Delhi baseline study and a water audit; a Community Based Information System (CBIS) on GIS with city’s slums and water and sanitation infrastructure mapped; Ward Sanitation Plans for 4 wards; and a Slum Networking System for household toilets. Most settlements have bee upgraded through infill arrangements. Local capacity has been built to design and de-engineer technologies to reach slum communities within DUSIB and EDMC. Awareness has been created to improve water and sanitation practices.