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Save the innocent Sparrow Birds

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds
Save the innocent Sparrow Birds

Dear Patron !

We hope that you & your family all are safe and secure. We thank you so much for your continued valuable support and interest in the projects of RSKS India.

As we all are aware of the pandemic Novel COVID-19 that has engulfed the entire world, and poses a serious threat to the well-being and mobility of each individual. At RSKS India we are extremely concerned and conscious about the health of our employees as well as our partners, Donors, Volunteer, Interns and thousands of beneficiaries who are a part of the family and to ensure, this RSKS Team members are also doing awareness & Relief programs in project area to ensure the safety of people. RSKS India encourages everyone to take precautions by social distancing, following proper sanitary protocols and reaching out to health authorities in suspected cases.

We want to say that due to the epidemic corona virus and the situational crisis in every part of India, almost RSKS India's projects have been stop till open the Lockdown. Although our COVID 19 Relief operations will continue continuously for nomadic and marginalized people. Also, most of our staff are working from home.

We take the health and safety of our stackholders & beneficiry and staff pretty  seriously, and hence this measure. The local government has also put in guidelines to follow during this trying times.

However the RSKS India's project have been stop, we still need to reports a some activity and campaign that happened in the project area by 21st march 2020. We will be reporting these in the coming weeks.

We will updates about project until the situation is relieved and ensure the safety.

We have to stand firmly against corona virus to protect our country & entire world from it. We hope that we will start with new energy and enthusiasm after this situation.

Again thank you so much for your valuable support for our project. We look forward for your continued engagement.

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

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Dear Patron !

We have been getting your valuable generous support through GlobalGiving and we are thankful to you from the core of our heart.

We are happy to share the Great news!! We're very proud to have been Recognized as a transparent Non Profit organization. RSKS India have been awarded the prestigious GuideStarIndia Transparency Key award for 2020 and have joined India’s largest pool of Credible NGOs after undergoing a rigorous due diligence process.

GuideStar has awarded Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan to maintain a better level of transparency. Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan maintains transparency in all its works as governance, accountability, project, budget, management, charity and others. In the consequences, Guide Star has been awarding Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan with "Transparency Verified Key" reward for last Five years.

It is a Matter of Pride !!

We are so glad to inform you that three Block Panchayat office of Ajmer has awarded Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan RSKS india with "Certificate of Appreciation & #Award memento" on 26 January 2020, the occasion of 71th Republic Day Celebration Programme for the #RSKS India organization's performance of remarkable works for the welfare of deprived section in various areas as women Empowerment, Sustainable livelihood, Educational, Disability, Gender etc.. The Representative's of RSKS India has Received this honour.

A Huge thanks to all of our Supporters, Donors & Friends who made this possible! We couldn't accomplish any of this without your support. Also, congratulations to Team Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan RSKS INDIA together it is possible! We assure you that the organisation will be contributing its Best for the social welfare programs.

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Happy World Sparrow Day !!
Happy World Sparrow Day !!

Dear Friends

Most of us would have grown up listening to the chirps of sparrows, noticing these little birds prance around pecking at leftover food and insects in our backyards or being annoyed by the cacophony they create when they return to their nests in the evening.As children, we would havemarvelled attheir ability to build cosy nests in any part of the house or how they were so comfortable near us that they would not fly away unless you chase after them. As years went by, we learnt to take their presence for granted as is normally the case with anything that is neither exotic nor rare.

Sparrows have lived near human settlements for several thousands of years primarily due to their ability to adapt their foraging habits according to their environments.These humble birds fed on grains as well as seeds of weeds, insects and pests, safeguarding our agricultural crops in the process. As humans moved to urban settlements, sparrows evolved to be able to digest starch learned to feed on the left-over food from humans. Sparrows were an integral part of our life, no matter where you are on this earth and you will find them featuring in ancient literature and folklores from across the world.

The greed and avaricewith whichthe human racepursues our own progress and development,with blatant disregard to the impact this has on our biodiversity has taken a toll on the sparrows as well. Most of the urban areas are devoid of trees or shrubs which the sparrows need for roosting. There is hardly any water to be found outside for sparrows to drink and the situation is much worse during the summers that are getting swelteringlyhotter by the day.  Extensive use of pesticides in agricultural farms is killing the rural sparrow population that feed on the weeds and insects in the farms. AnIndian Council for Agricultural Research study shows that the sparrow population has dwindled by 70% in several parts of India. The Royal Society for Protection of Birds has added the Sparrow to the “Red List” which is “the highest conservation priority, with species needing urgent action”.

If history has taught us anything, it is that we are all part of a co-dependent ecosystem where each species plays a role and ignoring this will be at our own peril. China learnt this all too well decades back from the aftereffects of their “four pests’ campaign”, where they identified sparrows, rats flies and mosquitoes as the cause of epidemics and went about eradicating them. The part played by sparrows in maintaining the delicate balance of our biosphere was not understood by this campaign. As millions of sparrows fell, hordes of pests attacked the agricultural fieldsresulting in a drastic reduction in crops and eventually leading to loss of nearly 35 million human lives.

At Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS), we have been running a Save the Sparrow project to prevent the extinction of sparrows as well as promote their breeding. The main objective of this project is to install 2500 eco-friendly bird nests. We have installed 1500 eco-friendly nests so far, for nesting of the sparrows and to provide them with food and water. RSKS also conducts several awareness programs to inspire the public to save the sparrows.The response to these awareness campaigns has been overwhelmingly positive. Several people have come forward to install the bird nests at their homes. It was heartening to see that in 4-5 days after installation of the nests in these homes, the sparrows that had deserted these areas are flocking into these homes and are occupying the nests. The nests also provide the homeowners a convenient space to house the sparrows with no disturbance to their daily lives.

RSKS has been relentlessly working on the Save the Sparrow project for the last one year. This project is being implemented with the support of GlobalGiving. We take pride in the fact that our efforts are yielding positive results in saving the sparrow population and helping them grow. The foothills of Aravali ranges, where the sparrows had become more or less extinct, now reverberate with their melodious chirp.

As we are approaching March 20, which is World Sparrow Day, we urge everyoneto do the best they can to ensure that we do not abandon this small bird that is a quintessential feature of our natural surroundings. Otherwise, the sparrow will only exist only in the folklores of the past, serving us as a reminder of our collective callousness to the rest of the species.

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The details of the Uk Volunteer's Team Visit & experience prepared by Nicholas, member of the Visitor team, is mentioned below.

Dear Friend !

Pauline and I spent two days with RSKS in mid-September 2019. After Pauline’s graduation from SOAS, University of London in July we had set off to travel by land from Turkey to Almaty in Kazakhstan. From Almaty we flew to New Delhi and had a few days before meeting up with the team at RSKS. I’m a student at Oxford University studying for a master’s degree and Pauline is now a freelance photographer. We hoped that we could contribute by offering to take photographs and providing writing.

We were picked up at the train station and, after a night’s sleep, taken to the office to meet Dr Deepak Sharma and the team. we were taken to see the first of many projects that RSKS undertakes in and around Ajmer. The Taromporal Negan slum area - about a 30 minutes’ drive from the office – lies off a main road amongst farm land and concrete buildings under construction. The people we met were living in small tents which created a open space to cook, sleep and store what belongings they have. RSKS have started an initiative which seeks to provide women from the slums with free sanitary nepkin & towels.

Each time the team comes to hand out the pads they also give lessons on hygiene and disease prevention. On the day we visited a long line of children stood with their short arms outstretched before them before passing soap along the line and having warm water splashed over their hands. RSKS has made efforts to improve school attendance for these children but many of the parents are afraid that their children will be taken from them – the school is a 3km walk away. As in all the places we visited the people were happy that RSKS started to work with them. They sang songs and played games with the children. Parents joked and talked to each other from the side-lines.

From looking at the work on hygiene that RSKS is undertaking we went to see how they are helping women create their own businesses. In Bheem Pura, a small village amongst the cultivated fields on the outskirts of Ajmer, we were introduced to a group of six women who, on that day, were applying for agovernment micro-financing loan. The women had organised themselves into a self-help group in order to share the burden of the loan and support each other in their individual business ventures. One woman was using the loan in order to grow and sell flowers which are made into garlands to be worn around the neck. A member of the group took us out to her crops. She stood amongst the yellow and violet flowers, holding a couple up in her hand and posing for photographs.

Most of the work that RSKS carries out is the education of young women and girls, better livelihood and street child welfare etc. In the poorer areas surrounding Ajmer – in villages like Laxmi, Udan school, Bhanwata –education is at its weakest. This is particularly true of girls who often don’t go to school in order to work or look after parents. We were shown a class that was learning English. The teacher would point to pictures or letters on the walls and the class would speak each word: cat, mouse, rrrr, seven. The idea is that by providing these students with an education, no matter what schooling they had already received or were receiving, the villages could benefit from a sustainable and healthy workforce able to meet what challenges lay in its future. Many of the classes end in games and all the students told us how much they enjoyed and relied on the classes and their classmates.

The most memorable moment from our couple of days visiting the initiatives of RSKS came at our last stop. The village of Naglani is where RSKS have set up a class to teach crafts to women from the area. The students are shown how to work with moulds, how long to leave the clay to set and then how to decorate with paints and ornaments. The students then sell their creations and are thus able to gain an income through their work. The women were clearly proud of what they can do. And rightly so. They had made items for Kayad Festival which was going on at the time we were in Ajmer. The craft students talked us through their work and showed us how it was to be displayed. We had to leave them eventually and we were sad to say goodbye.

It can often seem impossible to make a positive change in the world around us. Our time at RSKS taught us that by targeting areas which could benefit from improvement and working in a sustainable way the future might be brighter than one can sometimes expect. We will always treasure the time we spent with Dr Deepak Sharma and his team in Ajmer and we think of it often as an example of the good people can provide each other.

Thank you
Nicholas & Pauline !
UK


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Many Greetings from RSKS India!!

We have been getting your valuable generous support through GlobalGiving and we are thankful to you from the core of our heart.

RSKS India Vetted, Superstar , Effective & top Ranked By GlobalGiving !!

We are glad to share the Great news!! We're very proud to have been Recognized as a ''Super Star, Effective, Top Ranked'' & ''fully Vetted organization'' once again on GlobalGiving ! Thank you, team GlobalGiving for your Valuable Support & Guidance over the years.

A Huge thanks to all of our Supporters, Donors & Friends who made this possible! We couldn't accomplish any of this without your support. Also, congratulations to Team Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan RSKS INDIA together it is possible! We assure you that the organisation will be contributing its Best for the social welfare programs.

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan has been Determined for last 27 years towards Education, Women Empowerment, Health, Better livelihood, Development of marginalized deprived community. Also, the organisation has been working at sensitive issues as women empowerment, prevention of violence against women, self-employment, child welfare, environment conservation. We hop to get your valuable support continuously for these social works. In this order, we Request you to become the fundraiser for our projects and please contribute for these noble works from your valuable time and Raise funds. We will be so Glad, if you associate with the organisation and contribute for the welfare works and continue your support.

Many thanks again for your support!!

We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.

This is a comment sent by one of our Generous donor on GlobalGiving !!

''Keep up your Wonderful work, you their Hero''

I was lucky I was born in a family that is in no way struggling, and sometimes I take it for granted so if I can help children in need I will.

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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