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कोरा काग़ज़

AA proposed intervention introduced to perform a dual role in environment conservation by providing access to Notebooks from leftover materials of Educational Institutions and corporate offices. Principle of 3 Rs - 'Reduce- Reuse -Recycle’ will be adopted by TZF in this particular model from collection - Assemble and Distribute paper and stationery products including Books and other items. This project envisages spreading its reach over pan India in order to move this campaign led project to create more and more Environment as well as Educational sensitization and make this Ecosystem Sustainable and Education system more justifiable and affordable especially for the undermined sections.

PROJECT INTERVENTION

We at TZF have analyzed the gap between access to basic requirements and the waste of resources the privileged people. TZF has come through an environment-friendly innovation through the recycling and reuse principle to provide free and easy access to basic educational products to underprivileged children, and to nationalize this innovation. This project opens up its collaborative partners to every Educational Institute and corporate office to donate all their leftover materials to the collection cells of the project. Furthermore, a team of at least 150 women in each district will engage themselves in assembling new products. These products will be served to more than 15 lakh marginalized children pan India.

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 Objectives
  • Provide free notebooks and other support to the underprivileged children.
  • Paper waste management system with Educational Institution and corporate offices pan India.
  • Set up of a center for Assembling stationary products pan India.
  • Employment generation for around 150 women workforce per district.
  • Promote a habitual attitude of the public towards Environment conservation and access to basic education- kits.
  Methodology
  • Collaboration with educational institutions and corporate offices.
  • Awareness generation to source stakeholders
    ( Students, office-bearers and staffs)
  • Collection of leftover Papers, books, bags, shoes and all.
  • Assembling collected leftovers into new products.
  • Distribution of Educational Products among underprivileged children.
 Sources of Support
  • Educational Institutes and Corporate companies.
  • Government of states
  • Government of India
  • Collaborative partners
  • Crowd funding
  • Potential Donors

Social Impact

100-200

Collaborative Educational
Institute partners Per State

80- 150

Collaborative Corporate
partners Per state

150 -250

Employment
generation per district

₹30, 00,000

Budget Estimates
per annum for Each State

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