Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth
Adopt a Tree; Protect Environment & Earth

Dear Patron !

Today, due to the Corona epidemic, we are facing a lot of problems but we also have to save our earth. Mother Earth is clearly urging a call to action. Let’s remind more than ever on this International Mother Earth Day that we need a shift to a more sustainable economy that works for both people and the planet. Earth Day aims to “build the world’s largest environmental movement to drive transformative change for people and the planet.” The movement’s mission is “to diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide.” International Mother Earth Day is celebrated to remind each of us that the Earth and its ecosystems provide us with life and sustenance. This day provides an opportunity to raise public awareness around the world to the challenges regarding the well-being of the planet and all the life it supports. Due to covid-19 and lockdown, gathering of people has to be avoided and everyone has to be at home because of the lockdown.

So, on the occasion of World Earth Day, "One Tree One Life" Campaign was organized by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS India), under which a tree was planted in the courtyard of rural people's home. To tackle the situation of lockdown and follow the safety protocols of covid-19, RSKS Team members decided to do tree plantation drive and awareness program with beneficiaries of RSKS India at 18 different locations through online video calls and fruitful and shady trees were planted. RSKS Team also did motivation with these people. The villagers, public representatives, and teachers were associated with this campaign to send photos to the RSKS Team and made this program successful from home. Also rural children did made poster online and sent it to the RSKS Team. At the end of the program, all these people took oath to adopt the tree planted.

This campaign's positive effects were seen in the mentality of rural people as they adopted the trees. These trees will provide shade and fruits to these people in future. It will help in making our environment better. Creativity of children was seen. Public awareness on the topic of saving our mother nature was done and through this many people will start saving the environment. Active participation was seen at the time of lockdown and this lead to positive vibes among the people. This program helped the well being of mother earth and all the life it supports. All the villagers, public representatives, and teachers appreciated the program.

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Dear Patron !

Everyday in this world so many new concrete walls are created along with this the highways are being constructed through the forest and the trees are cut down daily. This is leading to decrease in the number of flora and fauna species. One of this effect can easily be seen on the subsequential decrease in the population of sparrow birds. These concrete walls have destroyed the house of these sparrow birds. The continuous decrease in the number of sparrow birds will lead to the extinction of these species. So preservation of these innocent birds must be done and awareness should be done with people to save sparrow birds.

Keeping all this in mind, RSKS India is working on the protection and preservation of sparrow birds and in this context, on the occasion of Sparrow Day, RSKS India organized many awareness and around 50 sparrow birds house and feed installation drive. In this program the people were told about the importance of the sparrow birds and were also to preserve and protect the innocent bird. RSKS India team members installed sparrow bird houses at the playgrounds, mountain trees, public departments etc other locations so that people can see the bird houses and adopt bird houses as well as to increase the population of the innocent sparrow bird.

With the help of this program, sparrow birds chirruping can be heard at the places where sparrow bird houses were installed. The population of the sparrow birds can be seen increasing as sparrow birds came in the sparrow houses and gave birth to their children. Through the awareness, many people started adopting sparrow bird houses and installed them in their courtyard. The support of the community will help in the protection and preservation of the sparrow birds. Now these innocent birds have their houses to live and food to eat from the feeder. All the community people appreciated this noble work.

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We are happy to share the Great news!! We're very proud to have been Recognized again as a transparent Non Profit organization. RSKS India have been awarded the prestigious GuideStarIndia Transparency Key award for 2021 and have joined India’s largest pool of Credible Non Profit Organization after undergoing a rigorous due diligence process.

Transparency Verified Key:- GuideStar has awarded Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan to maintain a better level of transparency. RSKS maintains transparency in all its works as governance, accountability, project, budget, management, charity and others. In the consequences, Guide Star has been awarding Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan with "Transparency Verified Key" reward for last SIX years.

Top Rated Non Profit 2020:-  Rajasthan Samgrah Sansthan has got the award from "Great Non Profit" organisation, U.S.A. for the "positive review" of partners, stackholders, donors and public. The best NGO having positive reviews is awarded every year. More important, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan has been winning the award for last SEVEN years continuously.

A Huge thanks to all of our Supporters, Donors & Friends who made this possible! We couldn't accomplish any of this without your support. Also, congratulations to Team Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan RSKS INDIA together it is possible! We assure you that the organisation will be contributing its Best for the social welfare programs.

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Dear Friend Namaste!!

RSKS India Wishes you A Happy Colourful Holi ....

RSKS India celebreated the festival of colours "Holi" in a grand way. We organized ''The Color's of Rainbow with Street Kids'' programme on the HOLI occasion, with little ones of street and slums kids in the city. When our activists visited the slums, then we came to know the living standard of the slums on festival of color HOLI. The children have to live in such a pathetic condition even they don't have fundamental requirements to live.

RSKS India organized ''Holi Mahotsav'' in 18 slums where around 500 street and slum children participated. In the program, we first distributed Colors, Gulal, Pichkari, sweet, food packes consisted of delicious rule, pastry, paties, kurkure, chocholate, cream rule, cup cake, etc. to all children. The children enjoyed the food stuffs, then they played holi with colours. They were so much excited while playing holi.

Team RSKS wished Happy Holi to all children and our activists played Holi with them. One of our activists had conversation with a group of children and came to know about their living style.

These five children reside at slum of national Highway, a distant are of the city and live nomadic life. All five children are rag-pickers. Their fathers are habitual to consume liquor and the economic conditions of their families is so poor due to which they lagged behind in school. Our activists consultated with all children and suggested them to keep away from all immoral activities. The organization suggested them to leave rag picking and to start going school. The children convinced and took oath to leave all immoral activities and to move towards study.

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Respected Donor Namaste!!

Many Greetings from RSKS India!!

Women are the beginning and ending of each chapter of life. For the empowerment, social development, self-respect, dignified life and increase self-reliance  of marginalized deprived women, on 8th March 2021, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan celebrated international womens day with joy in many village.  Mending the rift of rich and poor, women, of many casts, SHGs, religion participated in the program. The main theme as in 2021 was ''In Women's Leadership: Achieving a Equal Future in a COVID-19 World'' and this theme has major place in current event of women's day.

In order to maintain the dignity and respect of women in the society, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan celebrated the women's day as a festival. Several programs on the women's day were held by the organization in the many villages. More than 200 women of different age groups participated in the programs. Renowned women members of the society inaugurated the program and lightening the lamp. The renowned women members of the society shared their story of success and their experiences in the program to inspire other women.

The women's day was celebrated as a festival by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. In the program, women participants played several games as chair-race, kho-kho, spoon race, solving riddles and the first among them was rewarded. Girs and women from different age groups played the games and won several prizes.

On the occasion, a debate and a quiz competion were also held by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. In debate competition, women expressed their thoughts and views on girl education, Gender Equality, End Child Marriage and female foeticide. Women participants performed a role-play in whcih their act conveyed a sarcastic message on the social evils to the society. The group performed best was awarded to motivate them.

A workshop was also held in the women's day celebration program on various social evils as dowry, child marriage, female foeticide etc. In the workshop, the participants were expressed that women play a major role in the society, therfore, female foeticide must be prohibited so that gender equality should be maintained in the society. On the ocassion, in order to aware women, an awareness rally was also held in which women roamed in streest and conveyed awareness message to the society through slogans. After the workshop and rally, women supported the program by taking participate in the signature campaign and made the program success.

Delicious food was served to all more then 200 women present in Women Day program by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. Month March 2021 became a Remarkable day for all those women. They all were happy which was seen on her faces. It seemed that all those deprived women had all the happiness of the world. In that Respect, we can say that this "INTERNATIONAL women day" had become a Remarkable day for the marginalized deprived women with the support of Donors.

At the completion of the program, memento was given to the renowned 25 women members of the society to honour them. Along with this, women work in the employment sector were also honored for encouraging other women.

RSKS India will be celebrating women day whole of this march month, since we have many Beneficiary & CBO groups in many villages.

Many thanks again for your support!!

We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.

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