Swachh Mumbai Abhiyan
School children as change agents in society worked well in an AGNI programme for the civic elections in 2017. A record voter turnout of 55.53% of those enrolled was recorded against merely 40% in 2012. The kids were an important part of a city election promotion package.
Ms. Shyama Kulkarni who led the MCGM elections’ thrust will take charge of AGNI’s Schools 'Swachh Mumbai Abhiyan.'
Three hundred schools have been listed for visiting by AGNI Coordinators. That’s reaching a potential six lakh students or twelve lakh parents.
The goal is getting all households contacted to segregate domestic waste and wet waste to be composted locally or carried away to planned composting sites.
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Swachh Mumbai Abhiyan - Survey Form for Societies Download Form
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