Kill Malaria, Save Human Life

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life
Kill Malaria, Save Human Life

Project Report | Aug 4, 2020
Dry Ration Distributed to Disabled Persons

By Team | RSKS India

Dear Friend

RSKS India wishes you a Happy Raksha Bandhan!!

Covid-19 engulfed the whole world, during this time a situation of complete lockdown was created. People have to sit at home unemployed due to lockdown. In such a situation, people started facing financial problems. In these people, the disabled people faced many problems. People with disabilities are already helpless due to physical disability and in the time of lockdown they started facing many more problems.

In such a situation the RSKS Organization started the relief program at the time of lockdown which is still going on continuously. RSKS India identified the around 450 rural disabled people and helped them with ration and hygiene kits. In this ration/grocery there were 20kg flour, rice, pulses, spices, salt, soap, oil etc. and hygiene kit containing handkerchiefs, masks, and sanitizers etc.

Ration/Grocery kits were delivered by the Organization to 450 handicapped people. At the time of lockdown due to financial shortage there was no food to eat, the stove could not run in the house but now they have got ration and it will protect their food security for 3 weeks, so a wave of happiness was on the face of all the disabled people.

An Beneficiary Story from Ground.....

Norati (Name Changed), who lives in Ramgarh village lives with her husband. She and her husband are both handicapped by both legs. The husband works at the shop while on crutch but from the time of lockdown, he is sitting unemployed in the house after which financial problems started coming. Norati worked for some time, seeking help from nearby people, but after a while, help stopped. Norati was completely disappointed. So also a time came when there was no food in Norati's house and she had to sleep hungry.

When Norati came to know that she would get ration under the Covid-19 relief program being run by the RSKS India, she got very happy. When the RSKS representative gave Norati a ration kit, Norati became emotional and said that “Even today humanity is alive and God has sent you to help me” after which Norati blessed the representative of RSKS Organization and thanked RSKS Organization.

20 kg dry ration of ration received by the Organization had flour, lentils, salt, rice, oil, soap, spices, etc. so that Norati Devi's three weeks of food security could be ensured. From the ration received, Norati’s two time meal was ensured. Norati thanks RSKS Organization and Donors from bottom of her heart.

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

Best Wishes,
Team RSKS India.....


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    Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

    Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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    Twitter: @RSKSINDIA
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    Rsks India
    Ajmer , Rajasthan India

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