Sohel F Fidai..Soma Dutta (Chairperson of ICTS) & Zara Khan (Team member ICTS) awarding the society members.
NGO I Care For Tomorrow (ICTS) takes a quantum leap of success with overwhelming response from Vidya Sankalp and Vinay Sankalp society at Goregaon East in Mumbai that has shown their dedication and perseverance to make their societies garbage free adopting the project Mission Zero Garbage of I Care For Tomorrow. In four days, since they are counseled about the mission, the societies with 192 families showed approx 90% proper segregation of garbage. The societies are awarded with (ICTS) certificates and we are pleased to have corporater Ward no.40 Adv. honorable
Suhas Wadkar and BMC waste management department officers to do the honor .
“Under the mission of Swachh Bharat BMC’s clean Mumbai project BMC doing awareness but that awareness have to reach everyone’s home. I care for tomorrow doing the same thing. I care for Tomorrow’s Mr. Dutta just not spreading awareness but he actually visited each home and he make 2 society zero garbage.”said Suhash Wadkar.
BMC P/N ward waste management officers with corporater Ward no.40
Adv. honorable Suhas wadkar (4th from left).
ICTS is formed with sharp vision to sow the seed of clean, pollution free society in every citizen and work extensively to recreate a healthy society for our future generations. We started from home.
BMC P North waste management officer Mr. Daya Prasad said, “in BMC’s zero garbage mission we started pilot zero garbage in sankalap society in Goregaon. In that I Care for Tomorrow’s Mr. Dutta help us to achieve 0% unsegeregte garbage to 90% segregation in 3-4 days. I thank him on behalf of BMC.”
We started with awareness programmes in societies on segregation and for the next three days we mapped each of 192 families on how they are taking it forward. In this four-day project in Vidya Sankalp and Vinay Sankalp society we are bowled by their dedication. We figured that there was 90 percent segregation in these societies. I am sure these inspiring work of these 192 families with induce their neighboring societies and the area at large.
“We are committed to the cause and overwhelmed to see the response of 192 families that boosted our confidence bringing off 90% segregation in just four days. We target a bigger audience by day and hope to align 1000 families with I Care For Tomorrow’s project Mission Zero Garbage, per week,” said Mrs Soma Dutta, President of I Care For Tomorrow.
BMC has decided to stop garbage collection from 31st December, so garbage management at home front is imminent. Let’s start today to make our life easy tomorrow and offer a wholesome future to this world.