Ration Distribution at Bilgram, Uttar Pradesh

Ration Distribution at Bilgram, Uttar Pradesh

Field Work Report:

Volunteer’s Name: Shanti kushwaha
Location of Work: Bilgram, Uttar Pradesh

Team Members involved: Shanti, Vipul, Piyush, Dr. Ramdas, Annapurna, Ranjana, Himanshu, Bandana, Kamlesh

Work Details:  Due to the outbreak of the pandemic, Poor class people were not able to feed their families. Basic dry ration and vegetables are only means or food items for the poor working-class people all over India to feed their families. In my village and nearby my village, the poor class people are affected very badly, in such a situation that they have no bread for one time to eat. People cannot do any work, that’s why they are facing more problems, because of this; The NTI Nagaloka Nagpur has provided us an amount of money so I was able to feed the poor working-class people. With this help, I have distributed basic needs materials or food items to the poor people, in such a way, it fulfilled the need of the same people to eat till 15 to 20 days.

Beneficiaries Quantity: 15

Beneficiaries Details: There are daily wager families and internal migrant laborers in the village who used to work in cities but now they are unable to do anything and they do not have the money to feed themselves and their families, people suffering from such problem are helpless in the village and living life in poverty

Remarks:

I along with my team first went to the village Lalauli Post Sursa district Hardoi for distributing dry ration to pre-identified needy and then, we went to the village Habatpur post and tehsil Bilgram district Hardoi for the same purpose. While distributing the ration our team helped us a lot in the distribution work. We observed that the people who we distributed the dry ration were in extreme need of ration mainly belonged to SCs and illiterate. Because of illiteracy, they like to work as laborers and they understand that they are not educated; that’s why they do this kind of work. Usually, laborers use to think that they have nothing to do and are dependent on others, nor have they been able to do anything by themselves. They do not wish to send their children to school and pursue education. When we interacted with them, we tried to encourage them to send their children to school. The way they live their life, we wish that the coming generation would not live. For educating these people, I have opened a school wherein we will educate their children.

 

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