In India, we often need to remember rural India, even though 68.84% of India comprises villages. The challenges faced by people in rural and underprivileged areas in India are very different from those in the cities. In cities, we have grown used to a certain sense of entitlement. In villages or underprivileged areas,
People don’t have access to the luxuries which people in cities have access to. The challenges people face in rural or underprivileged areas in India can be broadly grouped into a livelihood, entitlement, and social and behavioral difficulties.
THE ROLE OF N.G.O
Our N.G.O All India Welfare Society has always taken the initiative to become” the bridge.” and help in filling the gap between the common masses.
There is always a lack of connectivity between government and common masses due to which many development-based projects which the government brings out for the growth of people are unheard, unused because of missing information. So, we as an N.G.O become a helping hand to the people.
We as a team soulfully work
As per the requirement and needs of the people in the village or underprivileged areas registering them to the government schemes or yojana such as “Jan Aadhaar card”, ”Palanhar Yojana”, ”Berojgari Bhatta Yojana,” Mukhya Mantri Chiranjeevi Swasthya Bima Yojana” which the government has made explicitly for the people, for their needs, growth, and development for employment and health as well so that they may be more benefitted by it.
IT’S ALL ABOUT DEVELOPMENT: –
These are how the N.G.O. has been contributing and helping the government reach out to people so that their livelihood, entitlement, and social and behavioral-based differences may be overcome. This way, we believe our vision of” looking for a better India is being fulfilled.”