Apr 28, 2021

Relief Materials support

Due to crisis total work has been stopped .The lockdown made us not to move.we cannot able to think of future possibilities in work ,focus on “save life” yes we had regular contact with our target group and advise them to follow the procedures that government advised to stay home protect themselves and save lives,

Yes ,we made effort to give awareness for Irular tribe on Corono and to protect themby handwash we invited Doctors, Nurses, Paramedical staff to diagnosis and take blood samples to test them if affected, we also served food for people staying on roadside. We are raising funds to support the tribal /Irular/Gypsy people to support one month food materials.( Rice, Dall, Oil, Gram, Teapowder,
Atta etc)

Hunger for family members and childrens. Due to no income and job we like to provide one month provision to manage the lockdown period. The challenging part is due to lockdown the Indian Government gave 1000 rupees for family and rice,atta and sugar but these Irular/Gypsy has not received and not eligible as they don’t have Ration card to get from Government Fair shop.

These days we supported no shelter and food for people who starved and even don’t know about
the threat of Covid-19

If we get financial support we will able to support Irular/Gypsy/Physically Handicapp people in and around our villages.

1, To provide mask & sanitazier for children.
2, Awareness on public places & Villages.
3, Hygiene kits (1 liquid hand wash, 5 hand wash soaps, 5 masks, etc.)
4, Medical Supplies (Sanitizers, Masks, Gloves etc.)
5, Provision ( Rice,Dall,Oil,Atta,Tea powder,pulses etc)

Mar 29, 2021

Back to school after Quarantine..

in school
in school

Greetings,

After a long closure of school 

Digital literacy and the digital divide have been serious concerns for our country for over a decade. Many teachers and students in rural areas are not able to match up to the technical skills of educationalists and students in cities.

 

They face roadblocks when moving from offline to online education, which could be a reason for discontentment amongst rural communities. Collective efforts of civil society organisations, policymakers and the government are required to create a user-friendly digital interface so that teachers and students find it conducive for uninterrupted learning.

 

In alternative days Childrens are very happy to come back to school and meet their classmates and teachers to learn in this pandemic . Childrens, teachers & parents show their gratitude to the donors. Thanks for your timely contribution and  support

Mar 28, 2021

Leprosy in Covid times

Persons affected by leprosy, especially those with leprosy-related disabilities, may face stigma leading to social exclusion and poor mental well-being. Social exclusion often aggravates existing poverty, social inequalities and other vulnerabilities. A substantial proportion of persons affected suffer from common mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety. Where such services are available, persons affected may be helped through socio-economic rehabilitation services, self-care or self-help groups, peer counselling and community mental health services. Often these involve meeting in groups and/or close, face-to-face contact with peers or care givers.

The key COVID-19 control measures like social distancing, self-isolation and prohibition to meet in groups directly interfere with the above services and interventions. This may directly affect the livelihood of persons affected, their ability to carry out effective prevention of disability activities and activities to work on building resilience and overcoming mental health problems. They may also increase social exclusion and loneliness, while fear of COVID-19 infection may add to anxiety and depression.

Raise awareness among health workers, social services and public authorities

 
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