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  • 22
  • Jan, 2018
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ID Card distribution and Awareness Program for Ragpickers

On 22nd January in collaboration with the Dehradun Municipality we held an event in which 50 ragpickers, previously identified by Waste Warriors received an official ID card issued by the Dehradun Municipal Corporation. In addition to the ID cards, we also distributed safety equipment such as protective gloves, a high viz vest and face masks. […]

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  • 12
  • Jan, 2018
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A Warrior's View: Murals, Mountains, and Mankind

We're happy to share the moving story of Prithviraj Mallick, a volunteer artist who, along with the Wicked Broz and Insane Strokes collectives, collaborated with Waste Warriors Dharamsala staff and volunteers to paint three beautiful murals in Dharamsala, Dharamkot, and Gallu in December 2017.       There’s something special about the air in the […]

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  • 01
  • Dec, 2017
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Walls: A Canvas for Awareness and Change

  The burst of colours on a withered wall, the wise words that can make a passerby’s day, and the general sense of aesthetic is why people love wall art. And let’s be honest, we’ve all stopped to admire the thought and work that goes behind painting the entire wall once in a while. Though […]

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  • 04
  • Nov, 2017
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Avinash presents at TED X IIM Sirmaur

On 4th November 2017, the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Sirmaur, hosted a Ted X event and Waste Warriors’s own Avinash Pratap Singh, Chief Operations Officer, was chosen to be one of five speakers. The theme of the conference centered on the latin word of ‘resurgam’ meaning ‘I shall rise again.’ Speakers from various academic […]

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  • 26
  • Oct, 2017
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AGA Khan Foundation Exposure Visit (Dehradun)

Twenty six team members from the AGA Khan Foundation, a part of the Khan Development Network visited Waste Warriors Dehradun for an exposure trip to see first hand, our working practices and methods. The two- day event held on the 25th and 26th October 2017, included indoor and outdoor sessions, visits to locations that are […]

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  • 02
  • Oct, 2017
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TCV students and CUDP workers join hands on Gandhi Jayanyti (Dharamsala)

On Gandhi Jayanti, the Waste Warriors Dharamsala team organized a clean-up drive with TCV students and CUDP workers in McLeod Ganj, as well an waste education and upcycling exhibition with live music at TCV Cafe in McLeod Ganj. a. “Bin it Right” was the theme for an upcycling art exhibition and clean up drive Waste […]

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  • 02
  • Oct, 2017
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Inauguration of Gandhi Park Composting Enclosures and Dustbins in collaboration with Rotary Club (Dehradun)

To commemorate Martyrs’ Day, Waste Warriors commemorated Mahatma Gandhi’s revolutionary vision of keeping India clean by installing twenty dustbins and ten composting enclosures in Gandhi Park with support from the Rotary Club Dehradun Central. Five awareness raising boards were installed at different places in Gandhi Park to encourage people to use the dustbins and not […]

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  • 01
  • Oct, 2017
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SMW Project launched in Kaza with Spiti Holiday Adventures.

Nikshep Trinetra, Project Assistant and Dattavarun, an intern from the Dharamsala chapter of Waste Warriors, travelled to Kaza, Spiti to implement the first phase of a three-phase solid waste management project. The Clean Spiti project is a collaborative effort between Waste Warriors and Spiti Holiday Adventures. The objective was to set up a system for […]

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  • 22
  • Sep, 2017
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Sustainable Mountain Development Summit VI at Aizawl, Mizoram

On 22nd September, Avinash Pratap Singh, Chief Operations Officer at Waste Warriors gave a presentation at the sixth Sustainable Mountain Development Summit in Aizawl organized by the Integrated Mountain Initiative. The event was based around two themes specific to the Himalayan region: climate change and sustainable mountain cities. Avinash presented on water and waste management […]

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  • Sep, 2017
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Education Program Success in Ambala

Waste Warriors concluded it's educational and awareness raising program held as part of the ‘Oye! Ambala’ campaign being run by the Ambala Municipal Corporation. The objective was to ensure waste was segregated at the source within 87 schools in Ambala, Haryana. Additionally, the program aimed to raise awareness on the importance of waste management and […]

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