Supported By

Clean Destination, Panna


Supported By

WASTE NO MORE-Sustainable Waste Management in Panna City.


Panna City

Supported By


Focus Areas

Awareness and Behavioural Change, Setting up end to end SWM


Feb 2024 to Ongoing


60,000+ households and all commercial and Government establishments


80% segregation at source and functional SWM system in Panna City at end of the project.


Madhya Pradesh

Key stakeholders

Community and Urban local body


The district Panna is located in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India, close to the historic town of Khajuraho. Panna, despite existing infrastructure and an urban local body, faces challenges with unsegregated  waste dumped in landfills. The Panna City project aims to transform it into a model city by implementing source segregation, proper waste management, and maximizing resource recovery.


  • Panna to become a model city in Madhya Pradesh for handling waste properly. Ensure minimum waste to landfill and maximize resource recovery. 
  • Ensure best utilization of existing infrastructure and manpower to establish SWN system in accordance with SWM rules 2016 and ensuring dignified livelihood of the Waste worker.