Jhola Challenge to Beat Plastic Pollution | Garv Hai - Stories of Change | Swachh Survekshan 2019

JHOLA Challenge Liya Kya?


•    Why Jhola Challenge?

Shoppers worldwide are using approximately 500 billion single-use plastic bags per year. This translates to about a million bags every minute across the globe, or 150 bags a year for every person on earth. And the number is rising. The Jhola Challenge is an initiative to use Jhola and refuse plastic bags. 

More Jhola power means less plastic us

Register for Jhola Challenge on this Link: https://bit.ly/2AZoZgp


•    What is Jhola Challenge?

Jhola is defined as a reusable cloth bag from early ages, it is also called as Tote Bags in present times, hence more Jhola users means less single-use plastic bags.    

The Jhola Challenge is an initiative of the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs during Swachh Survekshan 2019, where each one of us can take the Jhola Challenge and refuse the plastic bags for 7 Days.   

•   How to participate in Jhola Challenge?

  1. You can participate in The Jhola Challenge only by invitation or nomination by an   existing Jhola Challenger
  2. You can visit the https://www.facebook.com/groups/JholaChallenge and get an invitation link 
  3. Follow our Jhola Ambassadors for an invitation link.

• Who are Jhola Ambassadors?

Jhola ambassadors are volunteers nominated by the Jhola Campaign Team to take up the challenge and drive their cities to become a Jhola Champion.  

•    How to become a Jhola Champion City?

Jhola Champion city is the title to be given to the winning city based on the number of Jhola Challengers

•    What is the Goal of Jhola Challenge?

The goal of the Jhola campaign is to refuse over 1 million single-use plastic bags by using the Jhola power and beat the plastic pollution.  

A Jhola Challenger can refuse up to 10 plastic bags in a day and input the same through his account, which means 70 single-use plastic bags in a week during the 7-day challenge duration. 

•    What would be the impact of The Jhola Challenge?

As per the research, every new habit takes 21 days to actually become a part of your daily actions. In 7 days, we believe 40+ crore urbanites living in over 4000+ cities can change the perception of the world and communicate through their actions. 

Together we can set an example for the world to beat plastic pollution. 

No funny slogans, No publicity stunt. No preachy taglines. Just One Question… 

Jhola Challenge Liya Kya?

Click on the Link Below to Register for the Jhola Challenge

LINK : https://bit.ly/2AZoZgp

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