Support 450 People Living with Disabilities

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities
Support 450 People Living with Disabilities

Project Report | Jun 4, 2021
Baseline Survey for Covid-19 Ration Relief

By Team | RSKS India

Respected Donor !

Covid-19 has been a problem for everyone and now the second wave of the covid-19 is showing its devastating effects all over the world. There are so many people who are in urgent need of food as people have lost their employment due to covid-19. People who are living in slums, street, nomadic areas are suffering the most due to the covid-19 virus. These poor and needy people are dependent on others for food and for their survival in this pandemic. The situation of hunger for these needy families is getting worse day by day.

In this context, RSKS India gave helping hand to these slum, street, village and nomadic people by conducting baseline survey in their area for the Covid-19 Humanitarian Relief Program. This program of RSKS India distributes ration to people who are in dire need of it. RSKS Team members visited the slums, street and rural area to find people who are suffering the most due to shortage of ration and people who are in urgent need of ration for their survival. The RSKS Team visited door to door of every person to see the actual situation and support those people who are in actually need of the ration.

These slum, street and village families will get dry ration/groceries like flour, rice, pulses, spices, oil etc under the Covid-19 Humanitarian Relief Program of RSKS India. These people will get relief they needed the most and will be able to concentrate on new employment opportunities rather the concentrating on shortage of ration. The ration will secure their 3-4 weeks food security. All the people of the slum, street and nomadic areas got very happy and did not lost their believe on humanity.

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

Many thanks again for your support!!

Many Regards


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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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Rsks India
Ajmer, India , Rajasthan India
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