Role NGOs can play in Swachh Bharat

Based on your inputs, here is the whitepaper on the role NGOs can play in Swachh Bharat.

Please share with your local municipal leadership so they can utilize NGOs effectively. The same is being shared with our leadership team and the Urban Development Minister and will be disseminated to the state directorates.

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The Local authorities should be directed to invite the NGOs and citizen forums for their support for implementation of Swachh Bharat. more  
we live in sirimalle ph III at hyderguda, hyd RR dist. here the garabge is thrown on roads, and it is not lifted, how do u expect us to live healthy.. near thenew langar house bridge, nr the temple it has become a dumping ground and when we go for a walk it is stinking, why is this not lifted ? we are educated and should know what is good more  
Governance is not controlling but enabling. Every town should have a Mohalla Vikas Samiti where no one holds any post they be just members. Let them decide their agenda & just keep rewarding these Units by recognising them for their achievements, of their work, if it is as per National objectives, otherwise just ignore them. This is a typical management practice where we encourage initiatives. Sanjay Rastogi. Varanasi. more  
i live in sec 50 here each and every naali are choked and stagnant water can any body tel about this problem i so many times i complain regarding this but no body listen neither sec 50 rwa nor noida authority people From: Swachh Bharat Mission To: Sent: Tuesday, 22 December 2015 12:58 AM Subject: New post "Role NGOs can play in Swa..." in [Swachh Bharat - Clean India] more  
yES BY IDENTIFYing the genuine NGO's this work can be entrusted and check needs to be kept that there is no monetary transaction for any of their services. Other wise every body knows now in India Some NGO's work for their vested interest more  
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