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Sanitary Pads With A Difference: How Project Baala Is Empowering Rural Women

Sanitary Pads With A Difference How Project Baala Is Empowering Rural Women
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23% of girls drop out of school when they start menstruating in India. Looking at this grim reality Soumya Dabriwal and Nitisha Sethia started Project Baala. Now around 4,000 women of 5 states across India have already started seeing a change in their lives
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5 Women Who Inspired Us With Their Innovative Fight For A Swachh India

5 Women Who Inspired Us With Their Innovative Fight For A Swachh India
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From driving out waste, cutting down on river pollution to building toilets, these five women contributed their bit to the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Read on to know their interesting stories
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Mumbai Women Claim Public Spaces With ‘Right To Pee’ Campaign

A few members of the Right to Pee campaign
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Even a bustling metropolis like Mumbai does not have enough public toilets for women. This brought the women in the city together to launch the ‘Right To Pee’ campaign, to get the BMC to acknowledge the problem and increase its budgets for gender sensitive public amenities
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‘One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure’: Meet India’s ‘Plastic Man’

‘One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure’: Meet India’s ‘Plastic Man’
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Can plastic which is for long seen as a scourge, a material that is polluting our environment slowly, actually be used for something good? The answer is yes, thanks to Professor Rajagopalan Vasudevan - the 'Plastic Man of India'
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She Learned To Drive To Keep Her City Clean

She Learned To Drive To Keep Her City Clean
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Meet Manisha Bhandare, Pune’s female truck driver, who goes from door to door to collect garbage before handing it to municipal authorities.
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The Man Who Stopped Unclaimed Corpses From Being Abandoned In The Ganga

Vikas Chandra
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Patna's Vikas Chandra has spent 19 years cleaning the Ganga, by stopping the disposal of unclaimed corpses into the river
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No Toilet, No Bride: Haryana Sarpanch’s Pro-Women, Pro-Swachh India Message

No Toilet No Bride Haryana Sarpanchs Pro-Women Pro-Swachh India Message
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'No Toilet, No Bride' - That's the mantra 1200 villagers from 110 villages across Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh are following to fight the age-old problem of open defecation in India
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Meet The 11-Year-Old Swachh Crusader Fighting Open Defecation In Jharkhand

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Meet 11-year-old, Monidrita Chatterjee from Jamshedpur who dreams of making India open Defecation free soon
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Say No To Plastic: Kerala Wages A War On Plastic With A ‘Pen Drive’

Say No To Plastic Kerala Wages a War On Plastic With A Pen Drive - lakshmi menon 45
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Lakshmi Menon, a well-known artist from Kerala is fighting for India's better future with her campaign called 'Pen Drive.' The main objective of the initiative is to fight against the use of ball pens as they are made of plastics and are as bad as plastic bags and bottles
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This 11-Year Old Used Her Pocket Money To Build Toilets

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Mondrita Chatterjee from Jamshedpur is unlike a regular 11-year-old. When she got to know that girls of her age quit schools and sit at home as there are no toilets in their schools, she decided to do something about it. Mondrita put together every penny she could, including
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