New Delhi: In line with Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s vision of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi, Member of Parliament, Lok Sabha in presence of Ms. Monika Kumar, President, Rotary Club and Ms. Jaishree Goyal, Head, CSR Angelique International Limited. Inaugurated Library and toilets for the kids of South Delhi MCD schools Tigri 2 & 3 in New Delhi today . Angelique Foundation through its CSR initiative in association with Rotary Club, Delhi Garden City, donated 60 toilets at South Delhi MCD schools. Angelique foundation is sponsoring the construction of toilets, as a CSR initiative, in MCD schools as well as in low-income farmer’s houses in rural villages, in its effort to contribute to the PM’s vision of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan.
Expressing her joy on the occasion, Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi said, “It is an exhilarating moment to be amongst the kids and even more on the occasion of inaugurating toilets and library for them. It is indeed a great step towards hygiene and habit formation for kids. I am sure the students of the school will be extremely happy to be able to use toilets in the school. She also emphasized the need for personal and societal hygiene for healthy children and health nation.” Ms. Jaishree Goyal, CSR Head – Angelique International Limited added, “Angelique foundation will continue to support the government’s initiative of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan by building more and more toilets in government schools and rural villages. The CSR initiative is, henceforth, going to be supported by awareness workshops on ‘Toilet habits and hygiene’ and by creating the necessary good habits in children.
The toilets at South Delhi MCD schools Tigri will stop the children from urinating and defecating in open spaces. In addition, they can conveniently defecate in all weather conditions. It will provide privacy, especially to girls. Angelique foundation has been contributing towards inclusive and sustainable future through its social initiatives. Angelique is committed to several other initiatives like building libraries for children, vocational training programs for women, solar power as an alternative energy source and education for the low income group.