Sep 27, 2021

Your Support Helped us to Save our Beneficiaries

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Hi  

The 2nd wave of COVID-9 crisis threatens everyone's way of life, but it is especially difficult for some of us, including people with pre-existing medical conditions, older adults, individuals experiencing homelessness, refugees and migrants, wage workers, poor communities, and those with inflexible jobs.

Your generous support helped us to save our beneficiaries from the spread of pandemic and enabled us to provide sanitizers, masks, glouses,soaps and mainly healthy food to keep them without starvation during COVID-19 pandemic and also mainly adopting social distancing. Now we are making arrangement to vaccinate all our beneficiaries

Our primary responsibility is saving our communities from spreading of this deadly IInd wave of pandemic.

Our community kitchens play a key role to stop the starvation and give confidence that there is someone to help them in critical COVID-19 crisis. With such provision, migrant workers, poor jobless workers children and elderly people are benefitted.

We at BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY going door to door to create awareness about how to safe guard from COVID-19. During this visits, we have seen the helpless of rural informal sector workers and their children starvation. They do not have a daily wage work to help to feed their families. We have also come across many neglected elders are also suffer of this pandemic disease. These under privileged and children are facing starvation due to lockdowns.

As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! Right now, we’re doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.

If you’re able, please make a donation to BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY. If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us!  You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.

In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.

We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it

Stay safe and well,

Haripada Giri

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Sep 27, 2021

Cows Helps us in Staying Healthy and Strong

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Hi 
 

As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! Right now, we’re doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.

The most important thing is that cows give us milk. They are an essential source of milk for mankind. The milk given by cows helps us in staying healthy and strong. Milk has a lot of benefits which keeps various illnesses away. Moreover, it also enhances our immune system. The milk also produces a lot of products like butter, cream, curd, cheese and more.

 Cows are considered to be a sacred animal in the Hindu religion. The ardent followers of religion worship this animal like a Goddess. A cow has been honored with the status of a mother in Hinduism. This is why people refer to it as ‘Gau Mata’ which translates to Mother Cow.

Cows have a lot of benefits to mankind. They help us give milk. Through milk, we get a lot of products like butter, cheese, curd and more. In addition, people also use cows for their cow dung and cow leather. Cow dung comes in handy as a rich fertilizer. Plus, cow leather gives us soles, belts, car seats and more

Even the cow dung is used for many purposes. People use it as a really rich fertilizer. In addition, cow dung is also an efficient producer of fuel and biogas. Cow dung is also used as an insect repellent. Plus, people also use it as a building material and raw material for paper making.

If you’re able, please make a donation to BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY. If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us!  You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.

In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.

Stay safe and well,

Haripada Giri

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Sep 15, 2021

Help farmer's family, safe from covid-19-

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Hi, Supporter"

Send a Cow supporters have already been incredibly generous this year, however, if you can spare a small gift today, we’ll put it in to action straight away to help families keep safe from COVID-19 and from falling back into poverty.

Many farmers are losing out on key times to sell their produce. This is compounded by leisure businesses being closed, a ban on public transport (produce is often sold by the roadside) and the falling prices in the agricultural sector, as more people migrate to work in rural locations with the hope of not contracting the disease as easily as in urban areas.

A lack of public transport also means many families we partner with cannot access healthcare. As we sure you can imagine, our life-changing training sessions have been greatly impacted. As movement is limited, there has been no household training visits and when group training of under 20 people can go ahead safely (with social distancing and wearing face masks), many farmers do not attend due to fear of catching COVID-19. We worried that our farmers' progress in learning sustainable growing techniques that will help them fight hunger and feed their families is being seriously interrupted. Families are focusing on the short-term goals of survival again instead of mid and long-term goals of improving their livelihoods for good.

Schools are currently closed, forcing children to stay at home and miss out on their education. This is even more dangerous for girls sent home from school as they become more exposed to exploitation and abuse. Vulnerable women and girls are also being economically exploited as they are viewed as cheap labour. We have seen violence against women increase as husbands are finding it more difficult to provide for their families.

Our volunteers are finding that farmers and their families are experiencing trauma, depression and stress for fear of falling back into poverty which they’ve worked so hard to escape - but we’re determined to make sure that doesn’t happen.

Tough times call for tough people and tough measures. This is the story of Send a Cow. Everyone is resolute about making a difference in the lives of our participants in spite of the hard times. We all recognize that this is not going to be easy, but we are prepared to give it our all.

Our focus on hygiene and sanitation continues with community awareness training, helping families to keep safe in the pandemic. Send a Cow trainers have worked tirelessly to be flexible and ensure our sustainable farming training sessions can go ahead in whatever capacity they can – often in smaller groups or now even over the phone!

Send a Cow trainers are also teaching families alternative ways of producing income, such as all groups receiving training in Garments making and some in baking and beekeeping. Links to market are then being mapped on behalf of farmers to ensure they can still sell their produce. Farmer groups are also receiving seeds so they can become local seed producers, empowering them to grow a sustainable business for their community.Kindly support us.

Thanking You

BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY

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