Over the past 9 years, Raise India Foundation believes in providing all the resources to the needy to support & empower them to create their own fate. Raise India Foundation, among one of the most active NGO in India, works intensively through focused welfare projects in areas like education for poor children, healthcare for marginalized and vulnerable communities, community engagement through women empowerment, disaster management, skills training and livelihood for youth and save the environment. Raise India Foundation.
First National Lockdown For 21 Days
In this emergency situation Raise India Foundation helped those people who are daily wagers and don’t have any work to do for next 21 days. Raise India Foundation distributed Dry Ration Kit to their Shikshalaya’s children families. These Shikshalaya families are either E-Rickshaw driver or labor people or rickshaw puller or house maid. This dry ration kit contains 5 KG Atta, 5 kg Rice 1 Kg Dal 2 Kg Potatoes 2 Kg Onions. We tried to support these families while looking 21 days lockdown.
Khana Khilao Punya Kamao
On the auspicious occasion of Ram Navami Raise India Foundation started a campaign KHANA KHILAO PUNYA KAMAO for Daily Wagers. In this campaign we began with distributing two meals(Lunch & Dinner) a day in entire lockdown. We started this campaign with a aim of feeding 500 people a day but sooner we able to feed more than thousands needy people. Everyday we first sanitized the entire kitchen. Everyday we prepare different items like poori subzi, dal chawal, rajma chawal, poori kheer halwa, roti mix veg, chhole bhature and so on. We believe no one can eat same item on daily basis. We team distributes these packed items to different areas. We organized this Bhandara for more than 60 days. We distributed more than 20 lakhs meal in the first national lockdown.
During Pandemic, in a bid to make the online classes accessible to underprivileged, especially those who do not have access to smartphones, laptops and internet facilities, Raise India Foundation distributed tablet phones and make all the necessary arrangements for all the students of their Shikshalaya centre under the project name ‘E-SHIKSHALAY’. There are 100 children who are currently enrolled with our education centre. Most of them were not taking any online classes due to lack of resources. So through this project, we look forward to the fact that every child must attain his/her education, despite the pandemic.
Chhupi Todo – Sharm Nahi Samman
“Menstruation is not a problem, poor menstrual hygiene is”
Raise India Foundation is running a campaign “Chuppi Todo – Sharm nahi Samman” around all the industrial construction sites in Delhi and NCR in a bid to improve menstrual hygiene among female construction workers. We organized workshop at construction sites where we discussed about the use of sanitary pads and maintaing good menstrual hygiene. At the end of the workshop we distribute Dignity Kit. These Dignity kits contain hygiene and sanitary items, as well as other items explicitly tailored towards the local needs of women and girls of reproductive age in particular communities. Each Dignity Kit contains 15 sanitary pads, pair of undergarments, a detergent soap, a bathing soap and a Towel. The idea behind choosing this theme is to highlight how the challenges faced by women during menstruation have worsened due to the ongoing pandemic. “Periods don’t stop for pandemic – it’s every girl’s right to manage her period safely and with dignity”.
Raise India Foundation distributed Santization Kit to their Shikshalaya children and to their families. This santization kit contains a Mask, a Hand Sanitizer and a Hand wash Bottle. The event was aimed to spread awareness about the Novel Corona Virus and about the precautionary measures for the same. Raise India Foundation distributed PPE Kits to ambulance drivers of Government Sadar Hospital, Samastipur, Bihar.
Distribution Of Sanitization Kit
Raise India Foundation distributed Santization Kit to their Shikshalaya children and to their families. This santization kit contains a Mask, a Hand Sanitizer and a Hand wash Bottle. The event was aimed to spread awareness about the Novel Corona Virus and about the precautionary measures for the same.
Raise India Foundation distributed more than 5000 dry ration kits in different areas of Delhi and NCR according to the requirement raised by needy ones