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A Farmer In Rajasthan Builds 780 Toilets In 35 Days To Make His Village Open Defecation Free

A Farmer In Rajasthan Builds 780 Toilets In 35 Days To Make His Village Open Defecation Free
Rajasthan Swachh Warriors
When Manilal Rana started the campaign of toilet construction in his village there were 280 toilets, today there are 780 toilets and the village has been declared open defecation free (ODF) ...
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A Story Of Hope And Reform: Kolkata Prison Inmates Make Jute Bags To Beat Plastic Pollution

Swachh Warriors West Bengal
From exhibiting jute products in prestigious exhibitions to having an exclusive boat in Kolkata’s first floating market in Patuli, the jail inmates in the city are beating plastic pollution by manufacturing jute bags ...
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In Aurangabad, A Barber Is Sensitising People On Sanitation, Rewarding Them With Free Haircuts For Building Toilets

In Aurangabad, barber Sumit Pandit provides free haircuts to those who build toilets in their houses
Maharashtra Swachh Warriors
23-year-old Sumit Pandit’s unique gift for those who construct toilets in their households include free haircuts and beard trimmings ...
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46 Weeks, 650 Tonnes Of Garbage: Here Is How A Couple From Mumbai Is Helping Mahim Beach Breathe

46 Weeks, 650 Tonnes Of Garbage: Here Is How A Couple From Mumbai Is Helping Mahim Beach Breathe
Maharashtra Swachh Warriors
Meet Indranil Sengupta and Rabia Tewari who started cleaning Mumbai's Mahim beach last year in September to uplift their view and give the beach a makeover ...
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Giving A New Life To Dead Trees, Youth In Maharashtra’s Famous Sahyadri Mountains Are On A Mission To Enrich A Sacred Groove

Maharashtra Swachh Warriors
Ten youth from Amba village in Kolhapur district are on a mission to give a new lease of life to trees uprooted during landslides and heavy rains and in last ten years over 350 trees have been leased a new life ...
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Meet 35-Year-Old Green Warrior From Bengaluru, Who Is Planting Trees Across India Since 2007

Karnataka Swachh Warriors
From cleaning a garbage dump to convert it into forest patch, creating miyawaki forest, to earning a means of income for farmers, Say Trees, a Bengaluru based NGO is helping India increase its green cover ...
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Plastic Ban In Thiruvananthapuram Is Turning Out To Be A Blessing For The Visually Impaired

Kerala Plastic Ban Swachh Warriors
After a blanket ban was imposed on plastic carry bag in Thiruvananthapuram, the demand for paper bags made by visually impaired people has increased giving them more income ...
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Hindon River Clean-up: Hotbed Of Industrial Pollution Once, Uttar Pradesh’s Hindon River Gets Swachh Makeover

Swachh Warriors Uttar Pradesh
Raman Kant’s NEER Foundation has involved thousands of locals from several districts to work on rejuvenating Hindon river, a tributary of Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh ...
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Garbage Dump Turned In To A Biodiverse Park To Keep City Clean Under ‘IAmGurgaon’ Campaign

Garbage Dump Turned In To A Biodiverse Park To Keep City Clean Under ‘IAmGurgaon’ Campaign
Swachh Warriors
Today, Aravalli Biodiverse Park has more than 1.2 lakh trees and has recorded 182 species in the park, this has been possible because of the efforts of 'IAmGurgoan' ...
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Swachh Mumbai: 1500 Volunteers Take Part In A 24-Hour Clean-up At Worli Fort

Swachh Mumbai: 1500 Volunteers Take Part In A 24-Hour Clean-up At Worli Fort
News Swachh Warriors
After cleaning up Dadar beach, Mumbai’s swachh warrior Chinu Kwatra undertakes the mission to clean-up Worli Fort ...
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Eco-Friendly Ganapati Festival: A 55-Year-Old Plans To Distribute 1,000 Bio-Degradable Ganesh Idols For Free

Celebrate Ganesh Chaturthi with eco-friendly idols in Mumbai
Ganesh Chaturthi Swachh Warriors
T V Sudhakar, a resident of Mumbai is on a mission to prevent water pollution in Mumbai during Ganesh Chaturthi by distributing Ganapati idols made from clay for free ...
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Meet 31-Year-Old Warrior Who Has Initiated One-Of-A-Kind Waterfall Clean-Up In Maharashtra

Meet 31-Year-Old Warrior Who Has Initiated One-Of-A-Kind Waterfall Clean-Up In Maharashtra
Maharashtra Swachh Warriors
Inspired by central government’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, 31-year-old Dharmesh Barai from Maharashtra started cleaning up waterfalls in 2016 and has so far collected 6,720 kilos of garbage from 11 waterfalls ...
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