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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

41 Years old Sohni (Name Changed) lives in a remote village called Nuriyawas. She lives with her two children. The responsibility of raising her children is only on her. Sohni grazes the cattle in order to earn. Many times there were situations when she had to face financial problems and because of this her younger son started doing labour work in order to help in the financial expenses of the family.

At the time of total lockdown when Covid-19 started increasing, Sohni had to face many problems as her son got unemployed and during this time, ration food shortage also became a problem. With the increase in the duration of the lockdown, their problems also started increasing. There were problems like food shortage in the house but there was no income.

In this time, RSKS India gave helping hand. RSKS India is standing with all the needy people during this time of crisis. RSKS India did ration distribution program during this time in Nuriyawas village and Sohni also got benefitted by this program. Under this ration material Flour, rice, pulses, spices, oil etc were given. From this ration material, their food needs got secured and she was able to give her family two times of food at time.

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Team RSKS India

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Even in a very poor and deprived community, 32-year-old Muskan (Name Changed) lives in the inaccessible region of Kadel village. Muskan's husband earns by daily hauling vegetables etc. Muskan has three children in her family. Muskan lives in a hut and is in a very pathetic condition.

Muskan had to face financial crisis at the time of lockdown because her husband's employment was stopped and some work could not be done while sitting at home. Along with the financial crisis, the problem of shortage of ration was also started. Seeing the pathetic situation, the neighbors supported the ration, but as the lockdown started increasing, the problem started increasing. After some time the neighbors also stopped cooperating, after which Muskan faced a lot of problem.

Meanwhile, RSKS India supported the needy while keeping humanity alive and in this episode Muskan also got ration material. Among these ration materials were flour, pulses, rice, spices, salt, oil etc. It ensured Muskan's & children food safety for Three Week and also she was able to get food on time.

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Ground Story I

35 -year-old Rohan (Name Changed) , who lives in the village Rajgarh, is disabled since birth, lives in a home with his parents. Right from birth, Rohan had to face a variety of problems due to his disability. Even for his own work, he is dependent on her mother and her mother spends the whole day working and taking care of Rohan. Rohan’s father grazes the cattle in the village and earns some income, which helps to keep the house expenses.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, Rohan and his family had to face a variety of problems. His father became unemployed during the time of COVID-19 lock-down, due to which he started having problems of eating and drinking and Ration. Also there was a time when there was nothing to eat in his house, no one came forward to help Rohan and his family and Rohan was struggling with his family problem.

During this time, RSKS India gave them a helping hand and distributed ration materials to Rohan’s Family under the relief program of the organization. The organization distributed ration materials like flour, pulses, rice, spices, soap oil, etc. And by this their 15 - day Ration food supply was secured. During Lockdown, Rohan and his family got ration and now they can live without fear.

Ground Story II

Mamta, a 26-year-old woman (Name Changed) from tribal community living in the Jalia second village of Masuda block, has a husband and two children in her family. Husband goes to work of Labour and Mamta herself has to do labour work because her family condition is pathetic. Due to COVID-19 lockdown, Mamta faced a lot of problem because of the stoppage of labour work and then they had to face the shortage of ration material in the house.

Due to lack of employment, there were problems in the upbringing of the family. Due to Lockdown their work of their family came to a standstill.  Daily the problems were increasing. Mamta and her husband began to worry that how they will be able to raise children.

Meanwhile, under the relief program conducted by RSKS India, Mamta also got relief material. Under the relief material, Mamta got ration material like flour, pulses, rice, spices, soap oil, etc. From this ration material, the food security of their family got secured and 15 days food supply was ensured and their children could get food on time. Mamta is thankful, as they came as an angel in this time of crisis.

Thank You

Team RSKS India

 

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Dear Patrons !

Team RSKS India hope you & your family Safe & Healthy!!

In today's time, the atmosphere of fear has been overshadowed in the whole world. Covid-19 is emerging as a crisis. So far, people from all over the world have been infected with Covid-19 and people have lost their lives. It is spreading at a fast pace, it has become a matter of concern, there is no cure for this disease, prevention and safety is its treatment, so people need to be aware of it.

In this sequence, RSKS India launched a campaign “Together We Can”, which making people aware and also the purpose of this campaign is that people of all age can use their creative arts as a weapon against Covid-19. By participating in various types of competition under this campaign, a message to the society is being given against Covid-19. We are very happy to inform that this campaign has been very successful so far. In an earlier report by RSKS, success of this campaign was disclosed. So far 2.9 million people have been reached through this campaign and also more than 2700 entries have came in different types of competition, including participation from 2 years to 73 years old people and all these people appraised this work.

For the participation of Respected Donors like YOU in Together We Can campaign, RSKS India appeals to all the donors to participate as well in this campaign. If any donor wants to participate in this fight against Covid-19, then they can make a video (Awareness Message) and send this video to RSKS India. This video can be of Awareness, Security, Remedies, Lock-down health, etc. and also can be a message for the society. RSKS India respects Donor’s contribution so the videos created will be used for on social media platform of RSKS India. We request you to please send us the video on
rsksindiaorg@gmail.com
 This campaign is done directly through RSKS and not through GlobalGiving. Please send all questions about this campaign to rsksindiaorg@gmail.com and not to GlobalGiving. 

Safety is the only way to be protected from Covid-19. In this Chain, many donors gave us feedback and asked us that how they can be a part of this campaign, so RSKS appeals to all donors that by creating an awareness video they can become a part of this program.

This is some comments sent by our recent Generous donors on GlobalGiving !!

*. Just doing my bit for the upliftment of the poor.''
*. I have a habit, when I earn money the 10% I donate.''
*. Keep up the good work and hope you can reach out to the needy ASAP.''

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

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at rsksindiaorg@gmail.com

Best Wishes,
Team RSKS India.....

Follow us on for Regular Updates www.facebook.com/rsksindia

Note: At this Hard time The RSKS India's Main focus on COVID-19 Relief Campaign.......

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Dear Patrons !

Team RSKS India hope you & your family Safe & Healthy!!

At present, Covid-19 has shaken the entire world, the whole world is now in the grip of its infection, so far more than 4.8 millions people have been infected and Around 3,15,000 Lakh of people have died. In a densely populated country like India, Covid-19 is also spreading its infection. Millions of laborers in India are stuck in other cities and they do not have food. The condition of the village is also bad because people in the village have lost their employment and are also facing the problem of food.

In this context, the relief work has been started by RSKS India since the beginning, RSKS team members got involved in relief work after the lockdown was imposed. So far the ration materials have been distributed to more than 2700 People of Around 650 Needy families. In 30 villages, relief works have been done by the RSKS India. This ration/grocery material contained Dry Grains flour, Rice, Oil, Spices, Vegetable, Pulses, ,Sugar, Hygiene Kit, etc. which ensured the food requirement of the needy people. RSKS India distributed ration to the following types of needy people:-

1.    Disabled
2.    Daily Labor
3.    Needy Women
4.    Farmers
5.    Women Self Help Groups
6.    Elderly
7.    Marginalized people

The aim of the RSKS India is to stand with the needy people in this hour of crisis and is also determined to solve all of their problems. RSKS will help all the needy people for the next four months and the objective of the RSKS India is to provide ration materials to at least 5000 families. Along with this RSKS India Distributed food packets to around 2500 needy people.

We are gladly informing that our efforts are recognized by GlobalGiving and they have awarded us with Grant. We are grateful to the GG team, as it will surely boost up our work.

This is some comments sent by our recent Generous donors on GlobalGiving !!

*. Just doing my bit for the upliftment of the poor.''
*. I have a habit, when I earn money the 10% I donate.''
*. Keep up the good work and hope you can reach out to the needy ASAP.''

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

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at rsksindiaorg@gmail.com

Best Wishes,
Team RSKS India.....

Follow us on for Regular Updates www.facebook.com/rsksindia

Note: At this Hard time The RSKS India's Main focus on COVID-19 Relief Campaign.......

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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ajmer, rajasthan India

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