Gramein Vikesh Sewa Samiti NGO to help the poor people of society
Gramein Vikesh Sewa Samiti – Even after several measures taken by India’s outstanding politicians and government, the fact that India scores quite low in the Human Development Index when compared to other emerging countries is cause for concern. Witnessing poverty and the pitiful conditions of the underprivileged in a democratic country like India is heartbreaking.
Aside from official attempts to combat poverty, some true heroes strive tirelessly to lift people out of poverty, dreaming of providing them with a healthy and happy existence by supplying them with good food and teaching them to the same level as a few fortunate Indians.
We’d like to present you to Mr. Manoj Lakhera, the president of Gram Vikas Sewa Samiti, who is one of many such heroes (GVSS). GVSS is a social organisation founded by Mr. Manoj; now, there are 10 other members of the group, including Mr. Manoj, who actively participate in the upliftment of people in the region- Dindori, MP.
Mr. Manoj is an ex-military officer’s son. Years before he arrived in Madhya Pradesh’s Dindori district, he had a job. His father was assigned to that district, where he witnessed the region’s deplorable state; residents were in dire financial straits and belonged to a backward caste, missing the fundamental necessities of life such as appropriate food, clothing, and education. Mr. Manoj went from being “the son of a military man” to becoming “the son of the land” after witnessing the painful conditions of the people in Dindori. Since then, he has taken on the burden of improving the state’s bad condition and demonstrating that a true desire always comes true. Currently.
The Development Farmer Producer Company is run by Gramin Vikas Sewa Samiti. More than 200 farmers have been involved in this project. Many producers, such as Har Bahera Amla in Dindori, can make a lot of money by self-storing and selling their products when the market conditions are favourable. In the years 2021-2022, the Chunari Development Farmer Producer Company was established. The Rural Development Service Committee’s purpose is to benefit this firm’s farmers directly through this company. This initiative has been extended to the bulk of the sc-st disadvantaged farmers.
Gramin Vikesh Seva Samiti has developed arrangements for poor and poor pupils to study at MN G Vidyalaya in Gogri Tehsil, Mandla district, Madhya Pradesh, with the committee covering approximately 20% of their annual tuition.
Gramein Vikesh Sewa Samiti help poor
Approximately 2,190 children have benefited from this programme, which has been running since 2012 and in which destitute and poor youngsters are taught through English medium with free tuition arranged by the committee for just Rs. 400 and occasionally without any money.
In Dindori’s Gada Sarai, the Gramin Vikas Seva Samiti gave 390 women with sewing machine operator training in 2021- 22 as part of the Samarth project, so that they can stand on their own feet and be financially independent in the future so that they can feed their children. This initiative is aimed only at poor scheduled caste and scheduled tribe women between the ages of 18 and 45 who have completed matriculation. Today, more than 300 women have been put in various businesses, where they are doing admirably and assisting their families financially.
During the covid-19 lockdown, the Rural Development Service Committee provided food packets to 55, 810 people in the Dindori district for three months constantly, which was praised by different organisations at the local level. These food packets were delivered door-to-door to individuals who were in deprived condition lost their jobs or family in covid. GVSS organization’s goal was to distribute food packets to those people, who were unable to manage their living. Food was distributed twice a day.
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