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 Patrons !

Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan conducts skill development training to make the poor, deprived communities of rural areas and needy women & girld self-reliant and self-employed. Beauty parlour, handicraft, garment making, bag making etc trainings are conducted under this program for the young girls and women to develop their skills.

Under this context, Skilled Trainees Group according to the CBO was formed with the young girls and women beneficiaries of the previous conducted skill development training and every month a meeting is conducted. Meeting was conducted this month also. All the women and young girls participated in the meeting with great enthusiasm. All the young girls and women gave information about their work to each other in the meeting and by this everyone got to know about something new.

New information was also given by the RSKS team members in the meeting. All the questions/queries which were raised by the young girls and women were also solved in the meeting. Keeping in mind the corona crisis, Social distancing was followed in the meeting by everyone and awareness against corona was also given in the meeting.

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Dear Patrons !

Every child wants to wear a new dress. To fulfill this desire of the child, the parents fulfill it, but not all children are so lucky. For the child living in the roadside and slum, the desire for new dress remains incomplete. He is often seen walking in torn, old and dirty clothes. The parents of these poor children are unable to fulfill their desire because their first priority is food, which is difficult for them to fulfill.

To fulfill the unfulfilled desire of such poor children, a program was organized by the RSKS Organization in the slum area. The program was conducted by RSKS Organization with 300 poor children in 10 slum areas, in which poor children were given new dress. These children included both girls and boys in which girls were given anarkali, lehenga, frock etc. dress and boys were given jeans, T-shirt, pants, etc. On seeing the new dress, the faces of every children blossomed and there was no place for their happiness.

As soon as the children were given a new dress, they opened it enthusiastically and started watching and showing other children. The children wore a new dress without delay. By wearing a new dress, the children started to sing and dance happily because these children never wore a new dress. These children always wore torn clothes. The wish of these children of wearing a new dress is now fulfilled. Seeing the happiness of the children, their families were also happy and thanked the RSKS Organization and the donors wholeheartedly. The children also thanked the team RSKS with loving words.

This is one of the emotional comments sent by our recent Generous donor on GlobalGiving !!

''Children are lost they need us adults to guide them; I didnt grow up with parental guidance and love; and I, as a child, was deprived in many ways, so I would like a child never to feel that, because the impact can last a life time.''

Once again thank you so much for your valuable Support.

Many Regards

Team RSKS India
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Smiling Moti with his Kid
Smiling Moti with his Kid

My name is Moti (Name Changed) and I am from assam. I am 28 years old and I work in Ajmer as a migrant labour. Due to lockdown it was very hard for me to go back to my village or find any new sort of employment over here. Spending everyday was a very big task for me as I was unable to eat enough two times meal in a day.

RSKS India came and gave me a helping hand by providing me 20 kg dry ration/grocery and hygiene kit which assured my food security for a month and after some days they came back for a feedback.

I Liked their one question very much which was to tell them their one improvement? as all of their work was very good but they were the first one who were asking still for a improvement/suggestions. They also did my thermal scanning and told me that I am good and smiled and went back to other people. RSKS Team is really working very hard to spread smile on every migrant's face."

Once again thank you so much for your valuable Support.

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Dear Patrons !

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

RSKS India is determined to provide the best work to its beneficiaries and for this The best way to measure how well RSKS India is contributing to its benefeciaries is to ask them. Feedback systems can generate performance data on many aspects of RSKS India, such as The quality and number of services received by local people, The credibility and understanding, Staff attitudes and behaviours, Changes in people’s lives, e.g. income, opportunities or confidence, Unintended consequences and people’s priorities for the future.

RSKS India team members have taken feedback of approx 1100 benefeciaries of the Covid relief program of RSKS India and also thermal scanning of these people in order to keep a record of everything and be safe from the covid-19. RSKS team went door to door in order to take these feedbacks as it more safe way of collecting data in this time of corona pandemic.

These feedbacks were filled by the benefeciaries and they were very happy that some organization is keeping a record of everything and also doing it in a safest way possible and a healthy relationship was formed with the benefeciaries. Thermal scanning removed the threat of coming in contact with the Corona Positive a little bit.

Attention Please.....

The RSKS organization is currently running a ''Covid-19 Humanitarian Relief in India'' operation for daily wage workers, Homeless, Street & Slum families, who lost work and earning.

You can contribute your generous support for COVID-19 Relief In India.

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/relief-to-coronavirus-affected-families/

Once again thank you so much for your valuable Support.


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Respected Donor,

Malnutrition is one of the common talk with rural remote village people. Malnutrition has been there for many years as in village people are not able to buy/ consume healthy and nutitious food. Rural people are used to eat Bread and onion most of the times and they do not know the different types of vegetables and fruits available in the city markets as they spend their whole life in the rural area. Due to not eating healthy and nutritious food, these people do face malnutrition and get sick more oftenly.

RSKS India went to these villages and took motivational session with 10 families and in that session told them about the different types of vegetables and fruits which they can grow in the waste water coming from their houses. Kitchen Garden technique was told to them and to adopt this proper training and seeds were also given to them by which they can have their own small kitchen garden at their house.

These 10 families adopted the technique and dug the land over there waste water area in order to plant the seeds. In future this kitchen garden will be providing them healthy and nutritious vegetables and fruits which will be beneficial for them and will make their health better and malnutrition will be completely vanish away from their area and these 10 families will be a great example for the other rural area people and kitchen garden will then be followed at a vast scale.

A Impact story from Ground......

I am Sugana (Name Changed) from Bheem village which is far away from the city. I am 26 years old and I live with my 6 year old son and my husband. I had to face many problems while giving birth to my son as i was so thin. My son is not like the city children as we are not able to provide him different types of vegetables or fruits which the city children eat.

My husband work as ditcher and I work as a housewife. One day when RSKS India came to our place they told us about an easy way to provide nutritious and healthy food to my son and this way was adopting kitchen garden. Kitchen Garden! is what I asked to myself but then the RSKS Team members told be about this technique in a very easy way and I was amazed to to know that the waste water can be so much useful.

RSKS Team members also gave me training and provided me seeds which I myself dug in the waste water area. Now I can see small plants coming out from that area and in future those plants will provide healthy and nutirtious fruits and vegetables for me and my family.

Once again thank you so much for your valuable Support.

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Team RSKS India

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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