Dr Sudeep Singh Gadok (2nd from left) represented Save the Children at the ‘NDTV Cleanathon’ event. He shared the panel with Amitabh Bachchan, Parineeti Chopra, Cyrus Broacha, and NDTV’s Vikram Chandra. Dr Gadok explained how Save the Children is working with children and their families to improve their hygiene and sanitation levels, in partnership with RB (renowned global consumer goods company, makers of Dettol). He elaborated several steps for enhancing hygiene and sanitation practices in schools and communities, many of which were endorsed by Amitabh Bachchan.

The event was a part of the ‘Dettol – Banega Swachh India’ campaign of RB and NDTV. It is a five-year ambitious program to address the rising need of improving hygiene and sanitation in India of which Save the Children is an integral part.

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