A campaign in India that aims to clean up the streets, roads, and infrastructures of India's cities, smaller towns, and rural areas run by the government of India.
In this milieu, Swachh Bharat Sankalp is much-needed endeavor to improve sanitation standards in India. A recent report by UN (2017) stated that almost 60 percent of India's population practice opens defecation which puts them at risk of diseases like cholera, diarrhoea, typhoid etc. Not only this, a report by World Bank in 2006 disclosed that India losses 6.4 percent of GDP annually because of poor hygiene and sanitation in the country.
Advocating the idea of Clean India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said
"The pursuit of cleanliness can be an economic activity, contributing to GDP growth, reduction in healthcare costs, and a source of employment."Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India
If India and its tourist destinations are clean, it will bring more people and will also bring about a paradigm shift in the country's global perception.
For all these reasons, Trust’s major intent is to put together each individual to make this country clean and pollution free. Presently, this is the most important topic for the ecological system; hence trust is making aware all the people by conducting various awareness programs like painting competition, photography, workshops specifically at schools.Join as Volunteer