Engaging Corporates in Swachh Bharat Mission

Dear all:

We would like to seek your ideas on how corporates/industry in India can be engaged in Swachh Bharat mission at a very local level.

We look forward to your inputs!

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Corporates can be asked to adopt nearby villages for a period of one or two years and weekends especially Saturdays they can put in a service of 2 hours cleaning surroundings, developing gardens with useful tree saplings in common areas. Planning sewage drains, rain water drains, channels cleaning also can be taken up. Meetings can be held, good clean habits can be propagated to young children in villages. Hand washing techniques taught to village children can help save many a life. Toilet building can be encouraged by Corporate people. more  
Sir, AS WE SEE THEIR ARE MANY SLAM AREAS AND PEOPLE ARE LIVING THERE ...THEY ARE JOBLESS....WE CAN PROVIDE THEM A MISSION OF MAKING AREA CLEAN ..... AND ALSO PROVIDE THE SALARY FOR THAT.....TWO THINGS WILL HAPPEN THEY WILL BE ...." SELF EMPLOYED...MEANS NO SLAMS AREAS ....AND CAN HAVE THEIR LIVING WORKING CLEANING THE SOCIETY....ALL WILL BE AT WORK...AND MONEY TO THEM ALSO...TO LIVE HAPPY LIFE......FOR BEGGARS....STREETS MOVERS.......SO A HAPPY LIVE AND GIFT OF MONEY TO ALL.... more  
In India most of the open defacation happens in villages and slum areas in the metros. Mumbai, Chennai have vast slum areas where public toilets are very scarce. It would be useful that a corporate under its corporate social responsibility undertake an area for construction of public toilets, its maintenance on day to day basis and educating the public living there to use in a proper way. There are Public Sector Enterprises like, banks, insurance, oil companies, which can be persuaded to adopt such areas for the said purpose more  
Corporates may do through branches where ever they have with the cooperation of local area support more  
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