Supported By

Ujjawal Atul and Maro Hariyalu Swachh Gaam


Supported By

A learning and engaging center on sustainability.


Valsad and Bharuch Districts

Supported By


Focus Areas

Awareness & Behaviour Change, Setting up end to end SWM


April 2018 to June 2022


1500 households in Atul village and 1300 households in Paguthan and Kothi


>75% segregation, 100% collection coverage



Key stakeholders

Community, Rural Local Body

Saahas has worked in two districts in rural Gujarat, covering Atul village in Valsad District and Paguthan and Kothi villages in Bharuch district. As part of these interventions, IEC in the local language was developed, and an end-to-end SWM system comprising segregated collection, wet waste composting, dry waste sorting, and sending non-recyclables to cement plants were set up in the villages. 

The intervention in Atul was handed over to the Atul Foundation and the CLP CSR team took over the monitoring of the system in Paguthan and Kothi after our exit.