Partnership with Reap Benefit Foundation to Strengthen Citizen Engagement
DDC Delhi has partnered with Reap Benefit Foundation to strengthen citizen engagement and harness the power of community participation to resolve critical environmental and civic challenges in Delhi.
By leveraging the enthusiasm, resourcefulness and power of Delhi’s communities, DDC aims to realize the Kejriwal Government’s vision of making Delhi a modern, equitable and sustainable city before 2047, the 100th year of India’s independence.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on 27th May 2022 between DDC Delhi and Reap Benefit Foundation in the presence of Shri Jasmine Shah, Vice Chairperson of DDC.
To realise the Delhi Government’s vision of Delhi@2047, DDC fostered partnerships with private sector/CSR initiatives and philanthropic organizations in the first phase through its flagship ‘Delhi@2047’ initiative. In the second phase of implementation, DDC will explore ways to enable citizens and RWAs to enhance the civic and environmental sustainability measures implemented by the government.
Through this strategic partnership, DDC will develop safe, meaningful and innovative opportunities and platforms through which citizens and communities will be able to join hands with the Delhi Government.
The partnership will enable Reap Benefit Foundation, which has worked with 52,000 plus citizens in the past 8 years, to bring their expertise of engaging citizens to become action-based participants in transforming their local surroundings.