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Relief India Trust organises ‘school chalo abhiyan’

The Relief India Trust recently organized a ‘School Chalo Abhiyaan‘ under Sri Atal Bihari Vajpayee‘s inspired ‘Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan’. The NGO made a charitable visit to a government school of Noida and distributed free goodies to the students. Children’s development is one of the prime concerns of Relief India Trust and it organizes various campaigns promoting their interests.

The NGO visited a primary school in Sultanpur, Noida, and engaged in multiple relief-related exercises. The school has strength of over 180 students and they were all distributed academics’ related stationery. The NGO presented the students gift sets, comprising of school bags, lunch and geometry boxes and other day-to-day stationery, including pens and jotters. The Organization also prepares educational material for ‘child labor-turned-students’ and various books for the marginalized sections of the society, willing to learn.

Under the Government’s Mid-day Meal scheme, the organization sponsored meal for the students and distributed various other food items. The NGO emphasizes on an overall growth of children with a focus on extracurricular activities too. Besides a range of educational products, the organization also presented items like carom boards, cricket sets, footballs and board games. The charitable organisation has successfully inspired various institutions to ‘give’ more.
Relief India Trust is an initiative to promote community mobilization, participatory governance and sustainable growth. Education and preservation of environment are central to the activities of the NGO. The group has organized Village Education Committees (VECs), Self-Help Groups (SHGs) and CBOs to promote the protection of child rights, boost literacy rates among adolescent girls and to motivate youth to participate in literacy programs.

 
  • Shubh Dhiman

    Our central government is anti poor, anti villagers, and as a whole anti development of future generation. No education, No employment, More Crimes, More Terrorism.

     
  • Shreya Gulati

    I am grateful I had the opportunity to have good education but I also know there are many who long for education. Relief India Trust is doing a commendable job by providing education.

     
  • Akhil verma

    Basic education will help us win half the battle. Skills can be acquired any time but basic #education helps building a society with ethics.— Akhil verma (@Akhil0014563) September 29, 2015

     
  • rupesh jain

    it is the first NGO that I have connected with. I have seen that they are helping
    society to built a peaceful nation.

     
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  • dev raj

    Few months ago my maid died and left behind a 3 year old daughter who had some
    health issues. I also had limited financial resources so I couldn’t afford her medical treatment. I contacted relief india trust and told them about this little girl. They took her in their care and providing her with medical treatment.

     
  • ram shrivastav

    I have always tried to find out about ngo’s charities across India working for the underprivileged section. This organisation relief india trust explained me the concept of real non profits and why they are working on grounds. They are probably one of the only home grown non profit which implements projects directly on grounds. Their strong belief, skilled work force and robust governance mechanism is the basis of their existence. They have the potential of changing the society.