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Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
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Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
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Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood
Empowering Women's with Sustainable Livelihood

Dear Patrons !

During the pandemic, one side where the entire lockdown was in place, the other side all the shops and markets were closed. During this time, women and girls living in the regional village and slums had to face difficulties. Due to non availability of sanitary napkins during menstrual period, women used non-traditional means such as cloth, cotton and newspaper. It could increase the risk of infection and also the risk of terrible diseases like cancer. In compulsion these women had to do it because of lockdown an economic problem in the family.

In such a situation, RSKS India organized a program of sanitary distribution in remote rural areas under the Covid-19 relief program in collaboration with GlobalGiving. Under this program, sanitary napkins pads were distributed to more than 1000 migrant, deprived, laborers, needy, slum girls and women.

In such a situation, this kind of relief brought a wave of happiness in the face of the needy women because due to economic problem she was unable to buy sanitary napkins but now for their safety they have sanitary napkins. She will be able to secure her menstrual health. One woman told us that there is only one shop where sanitary napkins were available but that shop was also closed in lockdown but now she is very happy as she got free sanitary napkin by the Organization for which she thanks.

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.....

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Dear Patrons !

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

The corona pandemic has brought a crisis all over the world, which has put people and community in trouble. This pandemic has affected the people from the lower strata who are working on a daily basis to nurture the family. The means of livelihood have been exhausted and financial crisis has come in front of them, in which daily wages labour and daily wage farmers, disabled, elderly women, migrant laborers etc are more prominent.

The relief program was organized by RSKS Organization for the following sections of people. This relief program is continuing from the time of lockdown. So far RSKS Organization has distributed ration kits and hygiene kits to over 1850 families in 55 and more villages. The kit has been distributed to more than 9200 people of more than 1850 families which included flour, pulses, rice oil, salt sugar, soap sugar, etc. and it is 20kg material. Along with this for the health these people hygiene kits have been distributed which included masks, Handkerchiefs, sanitizers etc.

Through this Ration kit, the poor and nomadic people will be able to get food protection for 3 weeks. This assistance was distributed by the RSKS India to the elderly women, daily wages laborers, etc. Now their food security is ensured and now these people get daily two time meals on time and because of hygiene kit these people will be able to meet and take care of their health and children.

Asha's Impact Stories:-

My name is Asha (Name Changed) and I am 35 years old. I have a husband and a son and four daughters in my family. Husband works as a daily wage laborer. The expenses of the house cannot be met by the daily wages, so I myself do the cleaning work at houses of other people. When the corona pandemic expanded its feet and lockdown was imposed, my husband and I also sat unemployed in the house which led our accumulated savings to an end.

After running out of savings, I started having ration problem in my house, many times during the time of lock down, there was only one time meal in my house. During this period, under the Covid-19 relief program run by RSKS Organization, I got ration kit and hygiene Kit.

This ration kit had flour, lentils, rice, spices, soap, salt, etc., which allowed my house to get food on time, as well as hygiene kit given to me by the Organization which had hygiene items like sanitizer, mask, handkerchief etc which I used to control and ensure the health and security of my families. I express my gratitude to the RSKS Organization, which helped ensure the food security of my family.

Nathi's Impact Stories:-

Nathi (Name Changed), a 66-year-old woman living in Masuda block, lives as a single woman. The family has the whole family to say but they have left Nathi in her position at the age of 66, she cooks herself and lives alone.

At the time of lockdown, Nathi had to face a lot of difficulties, she could not get out of the house and the money shortage problems started coming. Even the time came when there was no grain to eat in the house. People around her house helped her but after some time they were also unable to help.

During this time, ration kit was distributed by the RSKS Organization to Nathi under the relief program. The 20kg ration kit consisted of flour, pulses, rice, spices, salt, rice, etc. with the help of it, Nathi’s food security could be found and she was able to get regular food. Nathi thanks RSKS India and Donors, as with the help them her food security was achieved.

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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A Little Impact from Ground.....

Urmila, 27 (Name Changed), who lives in an inaccessible rural area and is from a marginalized community. Urmila has husband and four children in her family. Her husband does farming work for income but that is not enough to meet the family's expenses. Shanu Devi has to face many problems due to very pathetic situation of the family.

In the situation of total COVID-19 lockdown, her family faced many difficulties. Urmila's husband lost his employment and the situation started getting worse during the time of Lockdown. Her husband was unemployed and sitting in the house which created the shortage of ration problem.

Ration material distributed to Shanu Devi as part of the massive relief program being run by the RSKS India. This ration material kit had daily needed material which secured three week food supply and two meals were scheduled on time for Urmila by RSKS India. Urmila is grateful, who incidentally managed to ensure their family's food security.

Thank You
Team RSKS India



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Dear Patron Namaste!

We are share the Some Relief Impact Stories from Ground in this Report.

The Hamida's Story from Ground......

Hamida (Name Changed), a resident of Remote village in Ajmer, is a 39 - year-old woman who is disabled with both legs since birth. Hamida is a married woman and her husband sultan is also disabled by both legs. Hamida has to face a variety of problems due to the poor condition of her family. Even after being handicapped, Hamida with both hands do the work of sewing and earn some of the income. Her husband also does labour work in order to earn some income.

The time of covid-19 became a crisis for Hamida as when the whole country was in the condition of the lockdown, her husband was unemployed and was sitting at home. Income of Hamida was also stopped as she was not getting any sewing order. In this time of crisis, they faced shortage of ration. They did not get any help from anywhere, which made the situation worse.

In the meantime, the RSKS India gave a helping hand and distributed ration to Hamida, with this ration material, their fifteen days food supply was secured and they could get food for two times. Now they do not have to depend on others for ration. Hamida expresses her heartfelt gratitude as because of them her food supply is protected.

The Motilal's Story from Ground......

35 years old, living in small village Arjunpura, is a disabled man named Motilal (Name Changed) and he lives in a joint family. Despite being disabled, Motilal never lost courage. Motilal has wife and three children in his family and he is responsible for the upbringing of his family members. Even after being disabled, he goes to work in NREGA and daily wages. Due to low income, the situation of Motilal's family is pathetic.

Due to the lock down everywhere because of Covid-19, the condition of daily wage laborers in the village became very bad due to  NREGA work being closed.Motilal became unemployed and he started facing financial problems. Also due to the lock down, the problem of eating at home started coming.

Ration distribution work was done on a large scale by the RSKS India at the time of lock down. As part of this relief campaign, the ration kit was distributed by RSKS India to Motilal and his family and because of this they were able to get two timefood and his two week food supply was ensured. With this small support from RSKS India, Motilal's face returned to happiness.

Thank You
Team RSKS India


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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.

Thank You
Team RSKS India

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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