• Total Sanitation Project , Bharuch, Gujarat

FICCI is managing The Total Sanitation Project, which was launched in December 2014 in two villages of Bharuch, Gujarat. The objective of the project was to make the villages Open Defecation Free (ODF). -The project aims at building 500 toilets in households, community and schools and shall be completed by August 2016. Simultaneously, a Behavioral Change program is being conducted to address old practices and habits as well as understanding the importance of sanitation. 2000+ community members will be reached out to under the behavior change program by December 2016. The monitoring of the progress is being done using a digital system that reflects real time data

  • Sanitation Project in Girl Schools, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh

FICCI SEDF is managing The Sanitation Project in the district of Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. As their commitment towards ensuring sanitation and hygiene through the Swachh Bharat Vidyalaya Campaign, BTMU is building 250 girls toilets in Government Schools.In due course of the project 250 toilets shall be installed in Government schools and the process of construction shall be completed by December 2016.  The students of 250 girls’ school will be reached out to under the behavior change program by January 2017.

  • Slum Sanitation project, Mumbai

FICCI SEDF is managing the Mumbai Slum Sanitation Project in the urban slum settlement in Mumbai. Under the project, ten community toilets are being constructed in the identified geography for improving sanitation practices and access to water & electricity equipped sanitary facilities.The project aims at building 10 community toilets that caters to the community members of an urban slum with poor sanitation facilities. The construction of the same shall be completed by September 2016.

  • Financial Literacy Study, Jharkhand

Financial Literacy Study being undertaken in 30 villages of Hazaribagh, Jharkhand. IIFL Foundation believes that individuals with basic financial knowledge can make informed financial decisions and therefore, maintain better financial health. Through its CSR projects, IIFL will endeavor to provide information of financial products, especially of rewards and risks, in order to better equip the financially excluded to make informed choices with respect to money. The study is being undertaken to understand the existing awareness regarding and utilization of the financial services offered so as to contextualize the intervention.

  • Paul Merchant Solid Waste Management Program, Bharuch, Gujarat

In an effort to ensure sustainability of the sanitation project, a solid waste management program has been organized in the two villages of Talodhra and Dhadera, Bharuch. Through the initiative the project aims to create a system of waste collection, segregation and recycling to improve the environment condition of the two villages. The project shall reach out to over 600 households.

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FICCI Socio-Economic Development Foundation (FICCI SEDF) 

Federation House ,Tansen Marg ,New Delhi 110001
Tel: 011-23357243, 23738760-70 | Fax: 91-11-23320714, 23721504
Email: sedf@ficci.com
Website : http://www.ficci-sedf.org/
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Tansen Marg, New Delhi 110001
Tel: 011-23357243, 23738760-70
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