Blanket Distribution Programs
Noida and Greater Noida
The blanket distribution program at Noida was inaugurated outside Bhimrao Ambedkar super speciality hospital, sector -30, Noida. The inaugural program was attended by Shri Vikas Ranjan (Executive officer from MHA, GoI), Shri Balbir Singh (SHO, Sector 30, Noida) and Shri Fakir Mohan Pradhan (From Petronet LNG Limited). The inaugural program started at 1100 on January 01, 2023 and end at 1400 hrs.
On the second day i.e January 02, 2023, the mobile blanket distribution was taken place. Some blankets were distributed at Gurudwara of Noida while some were donated to Swami Vivekananda Paramhans Ashram. Further, the blankets were distributed to the people on the roadside. On the third day i.e January 03, 2023, the blankets were distributed to the roadside people. The blankets were distributed during the night time so that geniune beneficiary could be covered.
The blanket distribution program at Greater Noida was inaugurated at Greater Noida Institute of Medical Science). The inaugural program was attended by, Colonel Brij Mohan(JIMS Greater Noida), Dr. Shweta (Surgeon) and other senior police officers. The inaugural program started at 1100 on January 01, 2023 and end at 1400 hrs. The blankets were distributed by the hands of Colonel I/C of GIMS hospital. Senior people were taken on priority bases. On the second day, the mobile blanket distribution was taken place. There was drive of One Blanket Each Jhuggi. Our team members were Some blankets were distributed at Gurudwara of Noida while some were donated to Swami Vivekananda Paramhans Ashram. Further, the blankets were distributed to the people on the roadside. On the third day i.e January 03, 2023, the blankets were distributed to the roadside people. The blankets were distributed during the night time so that genuine beneficiary can be covered.
On the first and second day the mobile distribution of blanket took places on the Railway station, footpath and Temples. There were many poor and destitute people lying on the footpaths. The disabled and senior citizens were taken into priority throughout the whole distribution of blankets. However, the efficient distribution was the challenging task but the dedicated team of the organization has done it successfully. On January 14, 2023, the program took place at MMG hospital of Ghaziabad. The MMG hospital is located at the heart of the city. It is a district government hospital of Ghaziabad. Dr. Jitendra Kumar Tyagi CMO of MMG Hospital attended the event. Along with CMO, Dr. Raj Kumar Mishra, Director Mata Basanti Devi College, Agra make the event memorable. Blankets were distributed to General wards, Surgical wards, Labour room, Lawaris wards and other group D staff of hospitals.
Health And Nutritional Camp
Health and Nutritional Camp for Tribal Women in Sonbhadra district, Uttar Pradesh organized from 31.05.2023 to 27.06.2023 in the tribals dominated areas of Sonbhadra. The camp was organized in 12 villages of Sonbhadra district: Mau Kalan, Pankap Kalan, Shiltham, Ramgarh, Banjariya, Kodai, NishogiBilli Markundi, Jugail, Bechal, Rudoli, and Makribaari.The camp was organized from 31.05.2023 to 27.06.2023. Tribes such as Turiya, Dhangar, Gond and Cherai are mostly prevalent in these areas. The camp provided free medical checkups, including blood pressure, blood sugar, hemoglobin tests, SPO2 and heart rate. The camp was attended by over 2,804 tribals, out of which 2146 were females and 658 were males and it helped to improve the health and well-being of tribal women in Sonbhadra district
AIDS Awareness Programme
The team conduct educational campaigns to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, its transmission, prevention, and treatment. They organize workshops, seminars, and community meetings to disseminate accurate information about the disease, debunk myths and misconceptions, and promote safe behaviors. They provide counseling services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS and their families. They offer emotional support, guidance, and information on coping strategies, treatment options, and adherence to medication. This support helps reduce stigma and discrimination, enhances overall well-being, and promotes positive living. They engage in advocacy efforts to influence policies related to HIV/AIDS. They work to ensure access to quality healthcare, affordable medications, and supportive social services.
The team actively participate in polio vaccination campaigns by collaborating with government health departments, international organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO), and other stakeholders. They assist in organizing immunization drives, reaching out to remote and underserved communities, and ensuring that children receive the polio vaccine.
They engage in community mobilization efforts to raise awareness about the importance of polio vaccination. They conduct advocacy campaigns, door-to-door visits, and community meetings to educate parents and caregivers about the benefits of vaccination, dispel misconceptions, and address concerns.
The team conduct educational campaigns to raise awareness about hepatitis B, its transmission routes, prevention methods, and available treatments. They organize workshops, awareness sessions, and health camps in communities, schools, workplaces, and other relevant settings to disseminate accurate information and promote preventive measures. They work towards increasing access to hepatitis B vaccination, especially in populations at higher risk of infection, such as newborns, healthcare workers, and individuals with specific medical conditions. They collaborate with healthcare providers and community partners to ensure the availability and affordability of vaccines. They engage in research activities related to hepatitis B, including epidemiological studies, prevalence surveys, and evaluation of interventions. Their findings contribute to evidence-based strategies for prevention, control, and management of hepatitis B.
Anti Drug Awareness Programme
The team conduct educational campaigns to raise awareness about the dangers of drug abuse and addiction. They develop and distribute informational materials, organize workshops, seminars, and awareness sessions in schools, colleges, community centers, and other settings. These activities provide accurate information about the risks associated with drug use and promote healthy alternatives. They often employ peer educators who are trained to deliver drug prevention messages to their peers. Peer education programs leverage the influence of young individuals to communicate effectively and share personal experiences related to drug abuse. These programs create a safe space for open discussions and empower young people to make informed choices. They offer emotional support, guidance, and information on treatment options, rehabilitation centers, and support groups. NGOs may also establish helplines or online platforms to provide immediate assistance and connect individuals with appropriate resources.
The team play a crucial role in mobilizing communities and raising awareness about the importance of cleanliness and sanitation. They organize community meetings, awareness campaigns, and door-to-door visits to educate individuals about proper waste management, hygiene practices, and the benefits of maintaining clean surroundings. They collaborate with government agencies and local communities to construct toilets and sanitation facilities, especially in areas where access to sanitation is limited. They provide technical expertise, financial support, and community engagement to ensure the successful implementation of toilet construction projects. They offer training programs to empower communities, local leaders, and sanitation workers with the knowledge and skills necessary for effective waste management, maintenance of sanitation facilities, and hygiene promotion. These programs enhance the capacity of stakeholders to sustain clean and hygienic practices. They monitor the progress of Swachh Bharat initiatives and provide feedback to the government on program implementation. They contribute to monitoring systems, conduct surveys, and gather data to assess the impact of cleanliness and sanitation interventions.
Food Processing Training Camp
The team conduct food processing training camps to enhance the skills and knowledge of participants in various aspects of food processing. This includes training on food safety and hygiene practices, food preservation techniques, packaging and labeling, quality control, and product development. They provide technical training to participants on specific food processing methods and technologies. This may involve hands-on training in areas such as baking, canning, fermentation, drying, freezing, and value-added product preparation. The training is designed to equip participants with the necessary technical skills to start or improve their food processing enterprises.They facilitate knowledge sharing among participants by organizing interactive sessions, workshops, and discussions led by industry experts and successful entrepreneurs. These sessions provide valuable insights into the food processing industry, market trends, best practices, and success stories. NGOs also create networking opportunities for participants to connect with industry professionals, potential buyers, suppliers, and other stakeholders.
Women Child Development Programme
The team provide healthcare services, including prenatal and postnatal care, immunization programs, and access to essential healthcare for women and children. They also conduct awareness campaigns on reproductive health, family planning, and disease prevention. They promote access to quality education for girls and young women by supporting school enrollment, reducing gender disparities in education, and addressing barriers to girls’ education, such as child marriage and cultural norms. They provide vocational training and skill development programs to empower women and adolescent girls with marketable skills, increasing their chances of economic independence and improving their livelihood opportunities. They work to prevent child labor, child trafficking, and other forms of exploitation. They establish child-friendly spaces, rehabilitation centers, and support services for vulnerable children, providing them with a safe environment and access to education and healthcare.
Tree Plantation Programme
The team organize and lead tree planting campaigns involving community members, volunteers, and other stakeholders. These campaigns aim to restore degraded areas, create new forests, and increase green cover.They set up tree nurseries to grow and nurture tree saplings. They engage local communities in nursery management, providing them with training and resources to produce healthy saplings for planting initiatives. They collect seeds from native tree species and distribute them to individuals, communities, and organizations interested in tree planting. They raise awareness about the importance of using indigenous species for reforestation efforts. They provide training sessions on proper tree care, including planting techniques, watering, mulching, and protection from pests and diseases. This ensures the long-term survival and growth of planted trees. They engage local communities in tree planting activities, ensuring their active participation and ownership. They collaborate with community groups, schools, and other organizations to create a sense of responsibility and environmental stewardship.
Road Safety Awareness Programme
The team organize road safety awareness campaigns and conduct workshops in schools, communities, and workplaces. These programs aim to educate people about traffic rules, safe driving practices, pedestrian safety, and the importance of wearing seat belts and helmets. They reach out to the public through various platforms, including social media, websites, and public service announcements. They disseminate information on road safety through posters, brochures, videos, and interactive materials to raise awareness and promote safe behavior.
They advocate for effective road safety policies and regulations at the local, national, and international levels. They work with government agencies and stakeholders to develop and implement road safety strategies, legislation, and enforcement mechanisms. They collaborate with transportation authorities, law enforcement agencies, educational institutions, and other organizations to promote road safety. They engage in partnerships to develop comprehensive road safety programs and share resources and expertise. They conduct research on road safety issues, analyze accident data, and identify high-risk areas or behaviors. They contribute to the understanding of road safety challenges and provide evidence-based recommendations for interventions and policies.