Prokriti launched the Clean Dhaka Campaign in three wards covering the areas to senstitize the city dwellers about solid waste management, segregating biodegradable waste from non-biodegradable one, behavioral change in the matter of throwing wastes, control of sound pollution. The campaign brought out rallies carrying banners and festoons and moved on the city streets drawing the attention of many people. The campaign was joined by local Ward Commissioners, community leaders, cleaners of city corporations, community people and members of socio-cultural organizations.
Conservation of the indigenous small fishes. Farming of carp fishes and introduction of invasive species of fishes coupled with mindless filling up of water bodies, pollution from farm lands and dumping household wastes resulted in depletion of the indigenous species of fishes. These indigenous fishes were the most important sources of animal protein. Moreover, farmed fish has macro nutrients only while wild fish has both macro and micro-nutrients. As such Prokriti undertook the conservation program in the “Kathalee Beel” of Mithapukur Upazila under Rangpur district.