The air quality in Delhi is four times more toxic than the safety limit prescribed by the World Health Organisation. It is estimated that about 10,000 to 30,000 deaths per year occur in Delhi alone due to air pollution, making it the fifth leading cause of death in India!
In August 2016, CEED along with our partners, Help Delhi Breathe and student representatives from schools of Delhi met with the Health Minister, Satyendra Jain to share the demand of 70,000 Delhi citizens for a health advisory in the city.
More than 70,000 citizens across the city have already joined our campaign for clean and healthy air. Join us to #HelpDelhiBreathe and fight air pollution in Delhi!