Soap for hope: Promoting hygiene amongst kids

  • | Friday | 12th July, 2019

For many children residing in villages and slums, buying soap is a luxury. A unique initiative 'Sundara' has come up with a productive way to address this. Statistics reveal that the world has enough soap for 11 billion people but so much soap goes into landfills because of the hospitality industry. About 25% of recycled soaps go to urban slums while 75% are given to children in rural villages. So far the movement has reached out to 1 lakh children, prevented over 14,000 kg of soap waste from entering landfills and produced 2 lakh recycled soap bars.

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