maintain communication about the environment SFCD developed
a newspaper called Jal-Tarang that was distributed to participating
schools. However, after two years it became apparent that
there was demand for a wider circle of incoming and outgoing
Therefore, in 2006 SFCD established Eco-Tarang to explore
environmental initiatives not only in Delhi, but in states
across India. It is distributed to over 16,000 eco-club schools
in both a bilingual print version and a Hindi audio version.
The river Yamuna is often littered with discarded
temple flowers. To clean the river and eliminate this waste,
SFCD created a method of using the flowers to make safe, non-toxic
colors for Holi. This initiative provides a job and a source
of income for many disabled students at VTC.
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