Have you ever wondered what happens to your partially used hotel soap after you check out?
Raghav Rajvanshy was intrigued by this question while traveling and staying in hotels, especially in India, where there were people living in extreme poverty in slums right across from the hotels, who could definitely use this soap. He saw some under-privileged people from such slums use ash, and even sand instead of soap to wash their hands.
Raghav got his mother Roopali interested in this issue and they researched further to find out that every day thousands of hotels just in the US discard millions of pounds of soap which typically winds up in landfills contaminating the soil and the groundwater. On the other hand, thousands of lives are lost worldwide every day from acute respiratory infection and diarrheal disease due to the lack of basic hygiene including the lack of soap.
Appalled by these numbers and with a goal to satisfy the basic necessity of hygiene in under-privileged communities across the world, Rcoz was set up with experienced marketing and non profit team members. The dedicated team of Rcoz hopes to change the world , one bar of soap at a time.