Launch of RISM- Rotary India Sanitation Mission

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Launch of RISM- Rotary India Sanitation Mission

i am pleased to share that Rotary India has launched  Rotary India Sanitation Mission (RISM) in support of Swachh Bharat (Clean India) Mission and Jal Jeevan Mission launched by Government of India. RISM has sub verticals - namely ODF Plus Villages, House Hold Tap Connections in Villages,  WASH in Schools, WASH in Healthcare and Community and Public Toilets. Rotary India looks forward to  partner  the organizations involved in these areas
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Rtn. Ramesh Aggarwal
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Re: Launch of RISM- Rotary India Sanitation Mission

Dear Ramesh,
Many congratulations to Rotary on successful and sustained collaboration to increase reach and impact of SBM. 

During the phase one of the Swachh Bharat Mission Rotary India made tremendous gains by engaging for WASH in Schools in over 30,000 government schools across India and also constructed over 1,00,000 household, community and public toilets across India. 

It would be great of you could share  more details like geographical spread of Rotary's work in phase 1 of SBM. Further, the RISM brochure you shared includes ambitious targets for the 5 verticals. 

  1. 5,000 ODF Plus villages
  2. 1000 villages with household water tap connections
  3. 1,50,000 WASH in Schools projects
  4. 500 WASH in Healthcare Facilities projects
  5. 500 community and 500 public toilet blocks

Can you please elaborate on how is the programme funded and what is expected from organisations or individuals who wish to partner. Finally, how does one locate and contact district Rotary leadership?

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paresh
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