In Solar Light for tribe, 7 solar lantern and radios by your support have been provided to seven poor tribe families, who are living in to interior and risk areas in DIndigul and Theni districts of Tamil Nadu, India without any basic amenities such electricity, road, hospital, school and safe drinking water. Their existence and survival are continued by only MFP (minor forest produces) collection and consumption.
They are now running light and Radio with cell phone charging. They are free of wild animal disturbance and urgent health problem is solved through mobile calling help. In the seven villages, still remaining 203 families requires lighting, FM radio and street light. If they are in interior/ unreachable forest are with poverty and deprivation under endangered condition, solar lanterns and FM radio are to be provided.
Spot light of a tribe family: Mr.Murugesan is belonging to tribe and Sirumalai area. His family has 5 members with 2 children and they are fully expecting forest (Minor Forest Produces) for their survival. They are in remote and forest area without accessibility of road and electricity under threaten of wild animal.
In your support, his family was provided one light and FM radio, they are having light to their house, children reading and her night cooking. They are now free from wild animal. The solar light and radio are very useful in their life. The family is thanking you.
ROSI FOUNDATION are heartily thanking to Global Giving Foundation and all donors of the project. Our staff and volunteers are involved in this project are thanked.
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