Education  India Project #16364

Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India

by Association of Relief Volunteers
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Education for 300 Indigenous Children in India
Dec 29, 2020

Facing Challenges in Covid -19 pandemic

Children affected during cyclone
Children affected during cyclone

It is very challenging for children to overcome Covid-19 pandemic as it is being terribly made the living situation in the schools, homes and even in the villages.

Children did not go to school as it is very dangerous for the lives of children. The Government of India has been taken very much precautions to save the lives of children. Most of the children participated in online classes in the cities but rural children did not get opportunity as they have no mobile phones as well as no internet connections in the villages.

The entire academic year disturbed and children did not improve their knowledge in their subjects. Psychologically children mentally affected due to restrictions of covid -19 and fear of death.

However, created awareness on health and sanitation for all the children and the importance using masks and hand wash. Children followed as we demonstrated in the villages.

We distributed soaps and masks to all the children and informed them to stay at home safely.

At the end of year children are safe and did not face any corona virus till the end of this quarter.

During this pandemic , children and parents understood the importance of nutritious food , vitamins to keep up the immunization in the body to face the corona virus.

Last month cyclone hit our project area and most of the children and their families suffered and lost many household items and livilihood for some time. One side covid and other side cyclone disturbed the lives of people and children financially and physically and mentally. We did survey and seeking support for relief.

Survey of cyclone
Survey of cyclone
Distributing soaps and masks
Distributing soaps and masks
Explaining the usage of sanidiser
Explaining the usage of sanidiser
Demonstrating the hand wash
Demonstrating the hand wash
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Association of Relief Volunteers

Location: Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh - India
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Project Leader:
Ravi Kumar
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh India

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