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Goonj - Innovation for India Award winner
Goonj - Innovation for India Award winner
Goonj - Innovation for India Award winner
Goonj - Innovation for India Award winner
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Goonj - Innovation for India Award winner

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A quick case study on Goonj's Social innovation. Goonj won an Innovation for India award at the Marico Innovation's Foundations award night.

A quick case study on Goonj's Social innovation. Goonj won an Innovation for India award at the Marico Innovation's Foundations award night.

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  • 1. GOONJ(Social innovations)
  • 2. GOONJ
    Context:
    • Clothing is not a key part of development agenda, globally.
    • 3. Discarded clothes, considered a waste in cities, is invaluable in resource starved rural India.
  • GOONJ
    GOONJ
    Donation
    Individuals
    Organisations
    Collection Camps organised by GOONJ
    > 100 person organisation.
    Operating in over 21 states across India.
    Partnering with over 150 organisations.
    Collection
    Homes of volunteers
    Local collection centres
    First level sorting done here
    Processing and Packaging
    Unusable Material
    Converted into items like handbags, mats etc.
    Made into sanitary napkins: Not Just a Piece of Cloth Program
    Usable Material
    Sorted
    Cleaned
    Packaged
    Dispatch and Transportation
    Disaster relief work
    Normal Circumstances
    To end beneficiaries through local partner organisations
    Cloth-for-work Program
  • 4. GOONJ
    Difference between the conventional method and GOONJ
  • 5. GOONJ
    Impact:
    • At a scale of 3 million pieces of clothes a year, it costs only 97 paisa per piece for collecting, cleaning, sorting and transporting.
    • 6. Deals with over 50 tonnes of material dispatch every month
    • 7. Produces about 200,000 sanitary napkins every month
    • 8. Responding to disasters from 1999:
    • 9. First and largest responder during floods in Bihar in 2008.
  • Congratulations GOONJ

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