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We are thrilled to announce that Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS India) India has been honored with the prestigious "National Winner Award" in the Innovative Skills for Youth category for the year 2023. This recognition was bestowed upon us by FVTRS India during the 15th National Skill Conference, which took place in Bengaluru.
We are deeply honored and humbled to receive this accolade, which is a testament to RSKS unwavering commitment to skill development for the youth. This recognition would not have been possible without the collective efforts of the entire RSKS India team, as well as the invaluable support and contributions from our dedicated supporters, donors and stakeholders.
We take immense pride in working alongside such a passionate and committed group of individuals who share a common goal of empowering and uplifting the youth. This award serves as a reminder of the positive impact that we, as a collective, are making in the lives of young individuals and the community at large.
We express our sincere gratitude for acknowledging our work and presenting us with this prestigious award. It has further inspired us to continue our mission of youth development and skills enhancement.
As we move forward, we are excited to explore new horizons, broaden our reach, and make an even more significant impact. Together, with the support of our colleagues, donors, stakeholders, and well-wishers, we will strive to create a brighter and more skillful future for the youth in need.
Thank you for your continued support and belief in our mission.
After the devastating Biporjoy Cyclone, slum and street families faced dire living conditions, grappling with the loss of basic amenities, shelter, and hygiene facilities. The cyclone's devastation compounded their challenges, leading to unsanitary conditions that posed significant health risks to these vulnerable families. Lack of access to proper sanitation, and personal hygiene items further exacerbated their plight, making them susceptible to various illnesses and infections.
Recognizing the urgent need to address the hygiene and health concerns of the affected families, the Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS) took proactive steps to alleviate their suffering. The solution came in the form of Hygiene Kits that contained essential items for promoting cleanliness and personal well-being. These kits included buckets for water storage, tarpaulins for temporary shelter, toothbrushes, toothpaste, sanitary napkins, and soaps. RSKS's team members efficiently distributed these Hygiene Kits to each of the 350 families, ensuring that the most vulnerable members of the community, including women and children, received the support they needed. The distribution was accompanied by guidance on proper hygiene practices, empowering families to maintain better health in their challenging circumstances.
The impact of RSKS India's humanitarian effort was substantial and multifaceted. By providing Hygiene Kits to the 350 slum and street families affected by the Biporjoy Cyclone, RSKS not only addressed their immediate hygiene needs but also restored a sense of dignity and hope. The kits played a pivotal role in improving the overall health conditions of these families, reducing the risks of waterborne diseases and infections. The families expressed heartfelt gratitude for RSKS India's timely intervention. Beyond the physical items, the initiative conveyed a message of solidarity and care, reminding the families that they were not alone in their struggle.
Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS India) organized side event at the United Nations Office at Geneva during HRC 54, under the visionary leadership of Dr. Deepak Sharma, the Chief Executive Officer of RSKS India. The event centered around the theme "Ensuring Gender Equitable Practices at Every Place through SAMATVA and Highlighting Good Approaches to Development and Achieving SDGs".
The event aimed to shed light on the crucial topic of gender equity through the lens of SAMATVA, signifying equitable practices. Through panel discussions, presentations, and interactive sessions, we sought to emphasize the pivotal role that equitable practices play in fostering gender equality, not only in Rajasthan but on a global scale. The side event commenced with an introduction by Dr. Sharma, who eloquently outlined the objectives and significance of the theme. His comprehensive understanding of the subject matter provided a solid foundation for the discussions that followed.
The panelists, comprised of experts and practitioners in the fields of gender equality, education, environment conservation, and water conservation, brought forth invaluable insights and perspectives. Their collective expertise enriched the discourse, providing attendees with actionable strategies and best practices for fostering inclusive and equitable environments.
One of the highlights of the event was the emphasis on good approaches to development in critical sectors. The panelists shared innovative strategies and success stories in the areas of education, environment conservation, and water conservation. These examples served as tangible evidence that progress is attainable through concerted efforts and targeted initiatives.
We were heartened to witness active participation from individuals representing 20 different countries, as well as numerous organizations. The diverse array of perspectives contributed to a rich and multifaceted dialogue, underscoring the global relevance of the theme. The concluding moments of the event were marked by resounding applause and expressions of appreciation from the attendees. It was evident that the discussions had resonated deeply with the audience, and the efforts of RSKS India were acknowledged with gratitude.
We remain committed to our mission of promoting equitable practices and achieving sustainable development goals. With your continued support, we are confident that we can make even greater strides towards a more inclusive and just world.
Once again, thank you for your unwavering support.
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