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Clean Corbett

Donate Today & Adopt A Village!


 

Fundraiser supported by:

 

Wishonary

 

There are fewer tourists now, but imagine a national park that’s famous for years of plastic waste more than its tigers or elephants. This is where Corbett is headed, as India’s first Tiger Reserve and Asia’s first National Park.

 
Over 200,000 tourists came here in 2019, and left behind a mountain of waste for villages to deal with. It is time to support Corbett’s fragile rural communities to reduce the impact of waste on wildlife and degraded forest habitats in the beautiful Himalayan Terai Arc Landscape.



 


 

 



Since 2013, our local teams and SHG women have tirelessly managed waste around Corbett. Raising awareness, engaging village communities, and building SWM systems has slowed down habitat degradation and mitigated the impact of waste pollution on Corbett’s flora and fauna.

 

20 Corbett Villages We Work In:

Sr. No.

Village Name

Total Households
& Shops

Yearly Village Budget (Rs.)

1

Baluli

12

48,933

2

Marchula

22

89,711

3

Madanpur Gebua

27

110,100

4

Nandpur Gebua

28

114,178

5

Sanker

29

118,256

6

Kuwarpur

29

118,256

7

Jamariya

29

118,256

8

Bhakrakot

31

126,411

9

Dotiyal

32

130,489

10

Garijya

33

134,567

11

Padampur

46

187,578

12

Ringora

47

191,656

13

Khempur Gebua

53

216,123

14

Mohan

64

260,978

15

Aamdanda

99

403,701

16

Chukam

102

415,934

17

Kyari

113

460,790

18

Devichaura

149

607,590

19

Sunderkhal

245

999,057

20

Dhikuli

383

1,561,791

TOTAL

1573

6,414,355

 
 
 


 


 


 
 

Our Donor Diaries

 

 



 
 


 
 


 

Real Waste Warriors: Members of Our Self-Help Groups

 

 


 
 

Leela Devi, one of 15 women in our self-help groups, has been with Waste Warriors Corbett since 2015 and shares her story of what it is like to see the waste in her environment, to raise awareness, and to collect and segregate waste everyday in the Corbett landscape.