This objective is to make vegetable markets poly bags free, creating awareness among vegetable vendors as well as customers about the negative effects of plastic bags on the environment, human health, and wildlife. Inspiring them to switch from plastic bags to the bags by not to providing vegetables in poly bags. Sahegaami is providing cloth bags to the vendors made out of recycled cloth and paper.
A program with the NGO, children develop a habit of dreaming, saving, and contributing. This program is designed to which no longer allow children to admire their vulnerability to seek sympathy, to make them believe this vulnerability is not their fate, to discuss their dreams and making them believe they are the part of the society and society needs their contribution too to grow.
We proudly accept old papers and cloths used gently and recycle them for further use. Donate us old paper and we will get them recycled into fresh notebooks, printing papers etc. to be distributed to the NGOs children’s. We recycle old cloth into various other products which can be the substitute of plastic.
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