Things NGOs can do for Swachh Bharat - Addl Inputs

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Things NGOs can do for Swachh Bharat

1. NGOs can take up the task of educating the people of rural India about keeping their surroundings clean
2. Some NGOs could highlighting the importance of SBM to housewives, shopkeepers and small business owners
3. They can also do third party quality checks of infrastructure being created under SBM and also do sample verification on a pre-determined check list
4. NGOs could adopt certain areas/colonies and take the responsibility of keeping them clean
5. NGOs can set up and monitor waste management systems
6. NGOs could work closely with the municipality to execute a daily cleaning plan in the area
7. NGOs can make house visits and ensure that people understand proper sanitation and garbage disposal techniques
8. NGOs could help in building toilets in rural areas
9. NGOs can be assigned the task of building and maintaining public toilets
10. They could also visit schools to teach the kids the importance of cleanliness in their daily lives
11. NGOs dealing with heath care delivery could have a tremendous role in the area of personal hygiene, optimum use of potable water, basic sanitation etc.
12. NGO's can ensure people's participation in Swachh Bharat and put pressure on ULBs to act
13. NGO can be authorized to collect money from houses and use it to arrange for segregation and separation of waste
14. NGOs can submit survey reports on Swachh Bharat Mission, they may be allocated areas to carry out surveys independently substantiated with videos and pictures on the basis of MOUs between the NGO and the monitoring authority
15. NGOs can also facilitate workshops on how to recycle and reuse non-biodegradable wastes into livelihood programmes
16. NGO's can be asked to put up small scale units for collecting garbage and sorting it into different components for processing
17. NGOs can also be given access to the Swachh Bharat city local circles to share community initiatives with citizens and mobilize citizens to help where necessary. more  

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There are good and dedicated NGOs who can definitely cooperate and help in the drive of Swach Bharat. They need to be identified. Dr S.Sanyal more  
NGO ARE MONEY MAKING MACHINES WE CANNOT TRUST THEM IT IS ONLY LOCAL PEOPLE ,CORPORATORS, POLITICAL LEADERS, AND OFFICERS CAN DO BETTER JOB NGO WILL MAKE MONEY FROM THIS TYPE OF FUNDS more  
So well said shashiji.if NGO s will do everything then what will government do more  
Hi
We are from Sea Scouts Academy who organizes from last 5 years coastal clean up every year soon after the 11th day of Ganesh visarjan at Kolshet, Thane, Maharashtra.
We clean up the coastal area at kolshet.
many volunteers & company's employee take initiative to participate the event.
this year we are keeping theme of Swach Bharat and organizing the event.
if any of you would like to participate and come forward for the noble cause are most welcome.
if any of the corporate would like to sponsor (like T'shirts, Caps, Cleaning Gears, Etc.) the event are most welcome.

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Most of the NGOs in India are money making agencies and are owned by the politicians /their relatives /heavy weight personalities. They need to be banned. Also they are politically baised. The job can be better done by volunteer organisations. more  
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