Community Services

Our Community Services

Food Program

Food is crucial for our very existence. Despite economic growth and self-sufficiency in food grains production, high levels of poverty, food insecurity and malnutrition persist in India. An estimated 32.7 per cent of the Indian population lives on less than US$ 1.25 per day. The country, according to the latest World Bank report, is home to a quarter of all undernourished people worldwide.

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Mass Marriage

The emerging tendency of holding mass wedding ceremonies is healthy omen and proved a great solace for the poor, who cannot afford timely marriage of their daughter due to poverty and demand for dowry. Mass wedding ceremony is a blessing which shares the burden of poor segment of the society in this materialistic era.

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Safe Drinking Water

Water touches every aspect of life, and in India uncertainty over access to and the availability of this basic resource may be reaching crisis levels. The World Health Organization estimates that 97 million Indians lack access to safe water today.

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Model Village

Livelihood: Self Employment Scheme

Poverty in India is widespread. In 2014, according to the latest World Bank report, a total of 11.8 per cent of all people in India live below the international poverty line of US$ 1.25 per day. Most of them do not have source or means to earn their livelihood. In other words, they are unable to secure the basic necessities - food, water

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