ROSI foundation(Rural organising for social improvement)

"Creation of a free society without existing exploitation, oppression and deprivations between people to people in the name of caste, creed, religious, color, gender and race through sustainable empowerment of community / concern people on gender, human rights, economic, environment, traditional and cultural rights" is VISION "Rights and development of Dalit, Tribe, women, children, aged, widows and other disadvantaged people " is main objective
599 children of widows needs educational materials
 
599 children of widows and destitute women are being provided with educational materials. The widow mother megare earning and multiple exploitation are not allowing children educatrion. But in this support, children are freed from school dropout and education breaking. Hence the children are continuing in studies and the victim of education dropout is averted project reportread updates from the field
Help a young widow's self business and dignity
 
Training on Garments Making and sewing machine provision to each of 115 widow women for their income generation and sustainable survival.The destitute widow women will have 6 months training on Tailoring and EDP. Then a sewing machine and accessories are given to all. project reportread updates from the field
27 Neglected aged persons need support
 
27 Neglected aged persons are provided by food, nutrias, health, recreation, safe accommodation and counseling. It gives safe accommodation, food, health and free of isolation and mentally they are freed from the burden and isolation. A building is constructed for sustainable running of the home with facilities and inclination of inmates. project reportread updates from the field
Trafficking prevention and victim rehabilitation
 
Prevention, rescue and rehabilitation of girls and children from human trafficking, forced to sex and exploitation. Human rights, dignity life and reintegrating with community are the aim of programme. Skill training, Income Generation Support, Health and psychological counselling, rejoining with community, school / education rejoining (if suitable and possible) are provided. project reportread updates from the field
Support tribe girls' higher studies in Diploma Eng
 
5 tribe girls' college tuition, uniform, book, mess and accommodation expenses are to be provided, They have completed SSLC(10th std) recently and joined Diploma engg course in Polytechnic colleges. Now they are studying Ist year Diploma course. project reportread updates from the field
Save the Earth
 
As a part of earth saving, 1 million tree plantation and survival by environment values tree saplings (matured) through rally long marching campaign, student training, 100 herbal garden, 100 biodiversity garden, 500 environmental garden formation with students, youth, farmers, and women motivation, is being planted all over Tamil Nadu. Schools, colleges, Local bodies, local bodies(panchyats/municipalities) Social Action Groups, NGOs /CSOs and environment groups are partcipate project reportread updates from the field
Green Energy reducing climate change
 
Solar lantern with FM radio is provided to 250 Tribe families, who reside in at risk areas (interior forest). By providing a solar lantern, a family gets lights to habitation, free from wild animals attack, children reading, women cooking, radio running and mobile charging. The people have links with outer world and knowledge about flora fauna. 22 tribe hamlets / areas in hills, are provided by solar street light. the Street light gives light and safety to their residences project reportread updates from the field
A poor tribal Girl's urgent Educational needs
 
This programme is providing education, safe accommodation, coaching, food, recreation and health. Tribe girl children were interior forest with their parents, who are migrating in to the forest. By the home progrmme and home building construction/extension gives safe accommodation, continue education and sustainable running of hostel for tribe girls. project reportread updates from the field
supporting 55 saltpan workers' children education
 
This Tuition centre aims to support education and protection of 55 semi-orphan saltpan workers' children. These centers provide Tuition, nutrias, uniform and recreation. The centre has 4 part time teachers cum care taker. The children are studying from Ist to VI th std and continue school going and their education progress are followed and reviewed. Monthly test and parents counseling are taken every month project reportread updates from the field
Ending violence on Tribe Women and girl
 
This project for 12000 tribe women and girls in Tamil Nadu is providing Training and Counseling on prevention and escaping from violence. Legal support/action and rehabilitation support for victim girl and women. Skill training to risk and victim girls and women for self business and earning is provided. Tribe girl and women are first / direct beneficiaries of the programme. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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