Rotary WASH

Rotary India WinS Program is a pan India campaign initiated by Rotary in India in support of the national campaign “Swachh Bharat : Swachh Vidyalya” launched by HRD Ministry under “Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan” initiated by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A key feature of the campaign is to ensure that government schools in India have the facility of functioning and well maintained water, sanitation and hygiene facilities. It aims to improve the curriculum and teaching methods while promoting hygiene practices and community ownership of water and sanitation facilities within schools.

  • Upgradation of sanitation facilities in schools including the construction of child friendly separate toilets for boys and girls wherever required and repairs of existing sanitation facilities.
  • Sufficient group handwashing facilities with soap for students wherein groups of 10-12 students can wash hands at a time.
  • Child friendly Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) facilities including private space for changing and disposal of menstrual waste.
  • Daily provision of child-friendly and sustainable safe drinking water and adequate water for handwashing.
  • Provision for regular supply of cleaning materials & consumables to ensure that the WASH facilities are clean and well maintained.
  • Activities and programs for staff & school children to promote the correct use & maintenance of facilities.
  • Behavior Change Communication (BCC) messages integrated in regular curriculum.
  • Strengthening of Child Cabinet/ School Management Committee (SMC) to lead WASH initiatives.
  • Training teachers, SMC, Panchayat, Child Cabinet, parents etc. on the importance of WASH, MHM education, effective facilitation, financing, managing and monitoring of WinS program.


In the year 2017 Lulla foundation reached more than 100 government primary schools under the program AAROGYASHASTRA. Lectures were given to students with about hygiene and washing habits with the help of PPT and demo. Also distributed soaps and banners showing steps of hand washing. Rotract Club of Krishna Valley supported for this project.

Menstrual Hygiene Management

Kali Umalatana(2016)

With the help of Lady doctors Foundation started the program ‘ Kali Umalatana’. All information about menstruation, diet and exercise given to the adolescent girls with the help of short vdos and PPT. Tremendous response received by schools and students.

Masik Pali Vyavasthapan(2017)

Foundation took the opportunity to begin the Menstrual Hygiene Management activity, with the help DIECPD,Sangli and Rotary Club of Sangli. We invited 100 teachers from 100 government schools from Sangli Miraj Kupawad Corporation. Mrs. Smita Nalawade who is project officer of Z.P. Sindhudurga conducted the workshop. The concept of this workshop was to provide the education up to 17000 girls from these 100 schools.

Masik Sakhi Vyavasthapan(2017)

To reach up to 85000 girls of government schools from Sangli district an yearly project was planned out by T. B. Lulla Charitable Foundation jointly with UNICEF and Zilha Parishad Sangli. 80 master trainers were trained in 2 batches of 4 days. In this training awareness amongst teachers and parents about Menstrual Hygiene Management was thoroughly discussed with the help of VDOs, PPT, Practicle and interactive sessions. Entire training was conducted by Miss. Bharati and Miss. Sandhya by UNICEF.

After this session 3500 base trainers were trained by 80 master trainers at block level. Sangli is first district from Maharashtra where Government and NGO work together for Menstrual Hygiene Management. The ultimate object of this project was to reduce dropout rate of girls from the schools to washout the wrong conception/ taboo which is in existence amongst the parents by which the adolescent girls are harassed and the most important is to maintain hygiene amongst the girls.


Lulla Foundation is actively working for Menstrual Hygiene Management in Government Schools. As a part of this activity we have taken a program named as AAROGYA SAKHI. In this activity we have trained 2000 girls of 7th and 8th standard from more than 500 government schools. The concept is that these girls will train or give information about menstrual cycle to the other adolescent girls and this will continue years together. Zilha Parishad Sangli has given support for this project.

Sanitary Napkin Disposal Container(2018)

Disposal of used sanitary pads is a major problem. Sanitary Napkin Disposal Container designed by Lulla Foundation. It is made of fero cement. The height is 3 fit and width is 2.5 fit and the weight is 50 kg.It can be put at any public place, societies or schools.The used pads can be thrown inside from the top. The capacity is more than 50 pads which can be burn regular interval from the side window. The smoke is very negligible and ash can throw in the garden after every 3 months.

Till the date near about 200 containers donated to Government schools from Sangli and Satara District. Buldana Urban Co- op Credit Society Ltd. and Rotary Club Of Vai join the hands with foundation for this project.

Copyright © 2015 T. B. Lulla Charitable Foundation. All rights reserved. Designed and developed by Mahesh Patil