India CSR Releases Hindi Logo of India Sanitation Summit ‘Sanitation for All-Toilet First’

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NEW DELHI: India CSR group today released logo in Hindi for its India Sanitation Summit ‘Sanitation for All-Toilet First’ scheduled on 6 Feb 2015 at PHD Chamber House, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi.

“We love Hindi. Hindi makes easier to communicate things. We believe that Hindi logo will create mass awareness towards the summit mission. Our Hindi language is one of the most spoken languages in the world. The importance of Hindi is one of the many languages in our country that is considered to be the national and official language of the many states.”, Rusen Kumar, Founder, IndiaCSR said.

“We have tried to make the look and feel of the summit logo more youthful, colourful, premium, and global, to inject some enthusiasm around IndiaCSR,” he added.

Aligned to ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ (Clean India Initiative) Summit is an active participant of this noble mission to support and create national level forum to discuss various issues related to the toilet and sanitation. Detailed information can be found at

The summit would highlight the opportunities and challenges allied with sanitation facilities and toilets and would close with meaningful resolutions which would become a suggestive document to support achieve National Sanitation Goals by 2019 as a tribute to the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, by eliminating the unhealthy practice of open defecation. Indian Government has envisioned a great mission to develop separate toilets for boys and girls in every school in the country, by 15th of August 2015.

The India Sanitation Summit will involve some of the most reputed and competent Indian and International speakers from government and private sectors, research agencies, innovators, social scientists and thought leaders dealing in sanitation and toiletries industries in the country. There will be 30 speakers and more than 200 participants projected in this exclusive summit. The summit will provide excellent networking opportunities with leading professionals from Govt. Corporate Social Responsibility professionals, NGOs leaders, corporate professionals and other experts.

Cartoon Exhibition of Sanitation, Toilet and Women Empowerment
IndiaCSR, the pioneer Indian CSR News Network in collaboration with Cartoon Watch, the monthly cartoon magazine included in Limca Book, is going to organize countries first Cartoon Exhibition on Sanitation and Toilet at PHD Chamber House, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi on 6 Feb 2014 during India Sanitation Summit ‘Sanitation for All – Toilet First’.

Cartoon Watch, in its 19th year of publication, will conduct a pan India cartoon competition to gather best cartoons focused on sanitation, hygiene, toilet, behavior change, woman empowerment etc. Best cartoons to be awarded with cash prizes at the summit. There is no age limit and no medium barrier to take part in this cartoon competition. Cartoonists can express their views either in Hindi or in English. A participant can send maximum three entries, each of A4 size via mail to and for more details they can visit or

Triambak Sharma, Renowned Cartoonist and Editor of Cartoon Watch said, “Cartoon is the most effective tool of communication and the best medium to create awareness. Earlier Cartoon Watch has conducted numbers of Pan India cartoon competitions on various issues. As we have entered in 19th year of publication and 19th November is World Toilet Day, we decided to announce this competition on this Eve.”

Rusen Kumar, Founder and Director, IndiaCSR said, “We can communicate a lot through cartoons and thus resolute to organize this exhibition with the support of cartoon magazine. This exhibition will be the major attraction of India Sanitation Summit 2015 as cartoons associates with humor, happiness and fun, and can serve to relax the audiences in the summit.”

Rusen Kumar further added. “My mission is to use cartoon for constructive communication to communicate great things at Summit. We believe that cartoons can play important role in creating awareness on sanitation and women empowerment related issues and behavior change for betterment of society. Cartoon exhibition to add values to the achieve summit goal.”



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