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10th MISSION MILLION BOOKS exhibition at Palanpur Taluka, Jagana in our Centre for FREE DISTRIBUTION of 15,000 High Quality Educational Books needy School & College Libraries

29-09-2021

Pleased to inform that we are having our 10th MISSION MILLION BOOKS exhibition in Gujarat, at Banaskantha District, Palanpur Taluka, Jagana at our Centre for FREE DISTRIBUTION of 15,000 High Quality Educational Books needy School & College Libraries of the district

On display will be 15000 high quality books on Science, Maths, English, Competitive Exams etc., which will be given absolutely 100% free of cost to needy schools & colleges of the district.


FOOD FOR PETS TOO GANESH - A BENEFICIARY FROM NAVJEEVAN SOCIETY MISSION MILLION KHICHDI

27-09-2021

This is the story of 48 years old man, Ganesh. He is suffering from mental illness. His family is not ready to take care of him. He does not have any financial support to take proper treatment. He lives in a slum along with his two dogs. He used to search for food from the trash cans to feed themselves and survive. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he used to find it very difficult to get food for himself and his two dogs.

One day he saw food distribution by Navjeevan Society in collaboration with Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust, which feeds needy people for free. From that day onwards, he comes and eats there every day and feeds his two dogs too.

He is very thankful to Ratna Nidhi for initiating the Mission Million Khichdi program which helps every on-street poor individual in different localities. He respects the quality and variety of food and lives happily with his dogs.  



He is very thankful to Ratna Nidhi for initiating the Mission Million Khichdi program which helps every on-street poor individual in different localities. He respects the quality and variety of food and lives happily with his dogs. 

 


ARTICLE ABOUT DHARAMSHALA CAMP FOR THE DISABLED FEATURED IN DAINIK BHASKAR, PUNJAB KESRI & DIVYA HIMACHAL

14-09-2021


Dharamshala Camp for the Disabled - TV News in Himachal Pradesh

14-09-2021
 
Rotary district 3070 will be the support of people who have lost their hands and feet, artificial hands will be installed without taking any money, get registration done with photo.

Rotary Club District 3070, Rotary District 3141, Courtesy of Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust Mumbai has taken initiative to help the differently-abled. For those who do not have limbs, the club will implant prostheses free of cost at no cost. A special camp is being organized on behalf of Rotary District 3070, Rotary District 3141 and Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust from 19th to 21st September at the Police Ground of Dharamsala to install free artificial limbs. Along with the registration in this camp, the measurement of the organs of the disabled people will also be taken. The chairman of the camp, Rotarian VS Parmar, said that this type of camp is being set up for the first time in North India. A free camp will be organized at Police Ground, Dharamsala in association with Rotary Club Bombay Worli Mumbai from 10 to 12 November for implantation of artificial limbs. Any person from the country can come to the camp and take advantage of this facility. Registration is required to enter the camp. At the time of registration, a photograph of a severed hand will have to be sent, so that the prosthetic hand can be made accordingly. A special medical team will be present in the camp so that the person does not face any kind of problem after the implantation of the prosthesis, which will inform about the precautions to be taken after implanting the limb. Dr. Vijay Sharma, the secretary of the camp, said that our aim is to give a normal life to the human being. For this we will not give any item to a person without the advice of the doctor. Rotarian Prem Sood informed that on this occasion, Rotary Club will also distribute five thousand school books and warm clothes to the students of class 10th to 12th. Rotarian Rajesh Sharma, Rotarian Rakesh Sharma, Rotarian Dr. Satish Sood, and PC Bhagat, Rotarian Yashpal Sabarbhal were present on this occasion.
 
Call on these numbers for registration.
 
Anyone who wants to get a prosthesis can register by calling our numbers between 10 am to 6 pm. At the time of registration on the number, the person should have his own address and personal information, such as whether the organ transplanter is a man or a woman, age, who are the members of the family. Call on mobile number 7018213332 or 9805370033.

2 TREADMILLS DONATED AT G T HOSIPITAL - 2ND SEPTEMBER, 2021

03-09-2021


HUMANITY OVER EVERYTHING - MISSION MILLION KHICHDI - PRAGATI MAHILA MANDAL

02-09-2021

Pragati mahila mandal is an NGO that is already used to feed poor people and help them in any possible ways. Mrs. Shanti, the founder of Pragati Mahila Mandal, saw many people suffering as the pandemic strike. Due to lockdown rules and regulations, many people who survived on daily wages, lost their jobs and had no other options to earn money. Factories and businesses closed down and many families had to sleep without food. The prices of the basic food items were not affordable for these people.

Firstly, politicians started these khichdi drives, and after some days, they stopped distributing meals. People again started suffering. Then Ms. Priyanka of Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust visited Mrs. Shanti of Mahila Mandal regarding this programme. They held various meetings together and decided to execute this programme. Ratna Nidhi made efforts to ease the things for them, so that they can effectively work towards this mission. They searched out for children in slum Darukhana, Mazgaon area who were not able to afford even one meal and made lists. They paid 4500 rupees monthly to a taxi driver to take care of all the transportation of the meals from one place to another.

After a little ease in the pandemic and opening up of the businesses and factories, people started earning and things calmed down. But they still distribute khichadi to small children, old people and people with disabilities. Their daily count includes approximately 100 families who are really poor and 450 people with disabilities. Localities they distributed include Ghodbunder road, Nemodi and Reay Road (East).

Through all the difficulties due to financial problems, Pragati Mahila Mandal managed to help the needy people with the help of Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust without any second thought. Till today they distributed 24500 meals packets. This represents their attitude towards the poor people and their passion to help them. This is a pure representation of humankind. 


THANK YOU LETTER FROM KAMALNAYAN BAJAJ NURSING COLLEGE, AURANGABAD - 31ST AUGUST, 2021

31-08-2021


ARTIFICIAL LIMB IMPLANTATION CAMP JOINTLY ORGANISED AT DHARAMSHALA FROM 19TH TO 21ST SEPTEMBER, 2021

24-08-2021


Vaccination Camp was held at DHARAVI - Asia\'s Largest Slum for 200 Disabled & Transgender people on 22nd August, 2021

23-08-2021
On 22nd Rakshabandan an Auspicous day Vaccination camp was held at DHARAVI - Asia's largest slum for 200 Disabled & Transgender people of the slum. It was sponsored by Rotary club of Queen City, Rotary Club of Bombay Worli of Rotary International District 3141 & Ratnanidhi Charitable Trust.

Present were District Governor Rtn Rajendra Aggaral, Rtn President Dipti Rajda, Trustee Rajiv mehta & Rtn Sachin Sanghavi, Jayesh Ruparel, IPP Nimesh Sangharakha.

The camp was inaugurated by Honourable Minister of Education Smt. Varshaji Gaikwad & she appreicated the work done by Rotary & Ratnanidhi Trust in Covid and also discussed were various education & health related programmes to be done in maharashtra in next 12 months.

 

 

 


COVID VACCINATION CAMP FOR 200 PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED & TRANSGENDERS AT DHARAVI ON 22ND AUGUST, 2021

20-08-2021