Inspired by Swachhagrahis in Prime Minister’s Swachh Bharat Mission 2018, this project was initiated in 2018 in 143 co-operative group housing societies in Rohini, Delhi seeking active participation from the societies. Sampurna aimed to bring awareness about the importance of hygiene and cleanliness and empowering the women to have a cleaner, safer and sustainable living. The goal was to achieve the following objectives:
(a). Segregation of garbage
(b). Use of solar panels.
(c). Water harvesting
(d). Use of cotton bags

Through this project, we were able to sensitize the women of the housing societies about having cleaner surroundings and efficient, sustainable living. A major change in their individual living habits was observed. Furthermore, through the success of this project, we were able to influence the society management to take interest in our objective which resulted in them adopting our recommendations.

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