The project "Relief to Nepal Earthquake Victims" is being successfully operated by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan with the support the Global Giving Foundation and donors. Nepal earthquake victims are being provided basic needs in daily routine through this project.
In this order, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan organized a one-day relief camp at a Remote inaccessible village Jeevanpur in Dhading district to support the earthquake victims. In this relief camp 25 mosquito nets and 15 blankets were distributed to the earthquake victims by the RSKS India volunteers. Being a mountainous region, there is severe cold in Jeevanpur and the blankets will protect them from this severe cold. Similarly, mosquito nets will protect them from various mosquito-borne diseases as dengu, malaria, viral. The mosquito net has proved itself a better options for the good health of the victim families. The earthquake victims have got enthused by getting relief support. The relief camp has got enthusiasm and energy to the village and it has reduced the pain from earthquake tragedy to some extent.
The "Nepal Relief Camp" has enlighten a new way of life to the survivors of the earthquake. There is happiness everywhere in Jeevanpur village. It was a difficult task but it has become possible by the help of the donors and the credit of its success goes to them. All the villagers are obliged and thanked to Global Giving Foundation, the volunteers and Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan.
On behalf of the beneficiaries, RSKS India would like to thank you for your generous donation to help them.
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