Using Discarded Soap Bars to Help Rural Poor Children

When one goes to stay in hotels it is observed that the soap that is being given in the wash rooms are not used completely. And it is often felt that what a waste it is. Now, Diya Burman, a sixteen year old - daughter of Dabur India's Vice Chairman Amit Burman, has created her start-up called RogFree, to help reach this to the poor children, particularly in rural India. The unused and discarded soaps from hotels will be collected, then melted, treated and moulded into fresh soap bars. Read more of this inspiring story...... 

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The Economic Times

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