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Waste Warriors, Dharamsala, India

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Address: Bhagsunag
Dharamsala, Kentucky  176219  
India
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 100
Number of People Being Served: 1000000
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Mission Statement


Waste Warriors has one aim: to tackle India's garbage problem. Currently we have three Projects running in Dharamsala, Dehradun and Jim Corbett. Our mission is to promote and provide affordable and sustainable waste management systems that improve our environment, health and quality of life through a combination of direct action, liaison, education and awareness-raising. We want to reduce the social stigma attached to waste and ensure waste workers are respected and paid fairly.

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Jodie started working with waste in India in 2009 after visiting as a tourist and a volunteer and being horrified by India's garbage situation. She was born in England in 1976 but has no desire to return. Her can do attitude and genuine love for India and the environment makes it possible for her to work in the challenging field of waste management. To find out more about Jodie and her dream of a cleaner India please visit our website: http://www.wastewarriors.org/Who-We-Are/Our-Founder.php Jodie’s first mass clean up in McLeod Ganj, the home of HH the Dalai Lama was attended by over 100 people and it proved to her she wasn’t the only person who wanted a cleaner India.

Jodie started working with waste in India in 2009 after visiting as a tourist and a volunteer and being horrified by India's garbage situation. She was born in England in 1976 but has no desire to return. Her can do attitude and genuine love for India and the environment makes it possible for her to work in the challenging field of waste management. To find out more about Jodie and her dream of a cleaner India please visit our website: http://www.wastewarriors.org/Who-We-Are/Our-Founder.php Jodie’s first mass clean up in McLeod Ganj, the home of HH the Dalai Lama was attended by over 100 people and it proved to her she wasn’t the only person who wanted a cleaner India.

Mission Statement: Waste Warriors has one aim: to tackle India's garbage problem. Currently we have three Projects running in Dharamsala, Dehradun and Jim Corbett. Our mission is to promote and provide affordable and sustainable waste management systems that improve our environment, health and quality of life through a combination of direct action, liaison, education and awareness-raising. We want to reduce the social stigma attached to waste and ensure waste workers are respected and paid fairly.

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