Sep 1, 2015

Nepal Relief Camp: '' A story of Mr Thapa ''

Nepal Relief Camp: A story of Mr Thapa
Nepal Relief Camp: A story of Mr Thapa

Dear Friend's and Donors

Nepal relief camp was organised by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan with coordination of Global Giving Foundation in July 2015 under the project "Relief to Nepal Earthquake Victims" to help the victims of the village Jeevanpur of district Dhading in Nepal. The victims’ families were distributed relief materials so that they can manage themselves to survive.

One of the earthquake victims, Mr Thapa, tells his grief:

"The Villagers and I have lost not a few in the destructive earthquake that can't be expressed in words. The government just takes interest to help the oppidan. We, the residents of a remote and inaccessible village only depend on god. We have to live in tents for last three months. We have to suffer the cold and also have the risk of diseases.

Last month, when the volunteers of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan came to our village, we thought that they would also make a film on us and won't return. But, now I am convinced of Humanity, after reaching the team of 8 members of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. Relief camp's help (blanket, solar light, wheat and mosquito net) can't reduce my grief but can give me hope and support to live. The mosquito nets will protect us from diseases like malaria and dengue and the blanket will relief me from the cold.

The problem of unemployment has also risen in our village. The agriculture is limited and the land is divided in small masses. If the RSKS INDIA and Global Giving Foundation help the villagers to get livestock, then we may be able to live our lives afresh, for which we would be thankful of Rajasthan Samgrah kalyan Sansthan and Global Giving Foundation for the rest of our lives.

We express hearty gratitude and thank to Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan and the donors of Global Giving Foundation for the relief and help in the relief camp. I request all the donors to donate for the remote and inaccessible villagers from time to time so that we may get a new ray of light in our lives."


The suggestions for the project of all the donors and friends welcome. Please, do suggest us in the comment box, so that the project may be executed more successfully.

many Thanks A lot

Nepal Relief Camp
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A story of Mr Thapa
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Aug 19, 2015

Steps of women's Growing towards progress

SHGs Group member signing attendance
SHGs Group member signing attendance

Under the project '' Empowering Poor women with sustainable livelihood '' , 7 self help groups SHGs of Deprived women's at fringe of rural areas of Pisangan block in Ajmer have been established by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan in the support of Global Giving Foundation. These 7 seven groups of women's joined 80 other women of poor section.

In the month of July 2015, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan, with the help of ICICI bank, distributed loan of Rs. 1763,000/- to 80 rural women of 7 women self help groups for self employment, economic and social development. Now these women are increasing their family income and becoming self dependent by using this bank loan in animal husbandry, beauty parlor, dairy farm, self employment. Women self help groups have been established in Cahwandiya, Ganahera, Daurayi, Khori, Nuriyawas, and other villages.

Women self help groups' details is attached.

Similarly, women's of Matra shakti self help group of Dorai proposed to learn Beauty parlor Skill Training to the activists of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. Due to their interest and determination towards self employment, the institution organised a two-months beauty parlor skill development training program for them, in which 13 rural women of the group took participate. Skilled trainers trained them hair cut, eye brow, facial, bleach, mehndi, manicure pedicure, medicure, bridal make-up, coloring, etc. successfully in the skill development training camp. Women got a wonderful opportunity to be self employed in the beauty parlor training camp.

The living standard of deprived women of the group has been progressed due to the support of Global Giving Foundation and the donors. These women are becoming self dependent as well as they are stepping ahead towards economic development.

Today these deprived have got smiles on their faces. The credit goes to Global Giving Foundation and all the donors. All the donor friends are greatly thanked to help the project.

In the words of Shanti Devi, 30 years aged member of women self help group: -

Today, all the women of Dorai village want to thank you all the donors, Global Giving Foundation and Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. because we have got happiness in our lives just because all of them and we request all the donors that they would donate in the interest of such poor women from time to time so that they can get smile on their faces and to strengthen their standard of living.

Dear friends and donors, you’re valuable suggestions are welcomed for this women empowerment project. Please do provide your suggestions in the comment box so that women empowerment may be more successful.

 

                                Thanks a lot for your support.

tips learning SHGs women in vocational Training
tips learning SHGs women in vocational Training
women learning Mehandi in Beauty parlor Training
women learning Mehandi in Beauty parlor Training
SHGs womens Doing deposits monthly savings
SHGs womens Doing deposits monthly savings

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Aug 17, 2015

A little effort for humanity

Relief Material Distribution to victims at a camp
Relief Material Distribution to victims at a camp

Dear Friend's

On 25th April, 2015, the destructive earthquake of magnitude 7.8 had snatched breaths of almost 11000 citizens. Thousands of people were unsheltered, children lost their parents, and thousands of mothers lost their children.

On the basis of humanityRajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan got the remote earthquake victim regions surveyed in June 2015, under the project “Relief to Nepal Earthquake Victims “operated with the Support of Global Giving Foundation and the respected donors. The fact of the survey are:

"The condition of the victim families of inaccessible regions is pathetic. They don't have anything to get protection from the cold. The homeless have to live in canopies. There is a risk of spreading malaria and dengue."

On the basis of the above facts, the Rajasthan samgrah kalyan sansthan organised a relief camp in the village Jeevanpur of district Dhadhing in Nepal in July 2015. Eighty five (85) earthquake victim families were provided the following stuffs:

  1. Wheat
  2. Blankets
  3. Solar Light
  4. Mosquito Net

             The stationery kits (color set, pen, pencil, rubber, geometry box, drawing book, poem book etc.) were distributed to the 52 children students of schools.

                The project is being directed by chief executive Deepak Sharma.

                The description of the benefited families in the relief camp is enclosed.

Nepal Relief Camp brings a new smile on the faces of the victim families. The victims’ families are being potentiated to fight against their grief with the help of our volunteers and the relief camp. This little effort of the Global Giving Foundation and the donors brings a ray of light for the victim families to live their lives.

Sometimes, a little help of ours may bring a great happiness to someone's life. All the families in the relief camp thanked to Rajasthn Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan, Global Giving Foundation and the donors.

The suggestions for the project of all the donors and friends welcome. Please, do suggest us in the comment box, so that the project may be executed more successfully.

Many thanks for Support

Relief Material Distribution to victims at a camp
Relief Material Distribution to victims at a camp
school children with stationery kits
school children with stationery kits
Beneficiary in the relief camp
Beneficiary in the relief camp
smiling on Earthquake Victims face
smiling on Earthquake Victims face

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