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Reliance Foundation
12/02/2016 at 14:42. Facebook
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Reliance Foundation invites applications from innovators, not for profit organisations, social entrepreneurs and start-ups who seek to bring transformative changes towards enhancing access to quality healthcare in India. Apply now.

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Reliance Foundation
12/02/2016 at 07:57. Facebook
Aiming to improve livelihood opportunities in Deoghar, Jharkhand, Reliance Foundation (RF) has tied up with Mass Infotech to provide skill enhancement training to young people. Identifying and mobilising eligible young candidates, the RF team first trains them, imparting technical and soft skills. When the trainees are ready, RF helps them find relevant jobs. Trainees from the first skill...
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Reliance Foundation
11/30/2016 at 13:45. Facebook
Reliance Foundation has promoted 16 Producer Companies (PCs) including the two recently launched PCs in Sawaimadhopur of Rajasthan (Parth Farmer Producer Company Ltd) and Balangir of Odisha (Bhimpahad Krushak Producer Company Ltd). The Foundation has enabled marginal farmers from across India to collectivize, negotiate better and create opportunities for selling their produce. The farmers have...
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Reliance Foundation: RF BIJ - Bhumitra - The Change (Hindi)

Reliance Foundation enables marginalised farmers from Yavatmal, Maharashtra to organize themselves in a Producer Company. Their collective power of aggregati...

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Reliance Foundation
11/29/2016 at 07:51. Facebook
Often, young village residents fail to secure good jobs even though they have the educational qualifications, simply because they don’t have sufficient training in computers.
The community in Nipaniya village, Agar, Madhya Pradesh, decided to address this gap. With help from Reliance Foundation, the village association contributed towards the setting up of a computer centre in the village....
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Reliance Foundation
11/28/2016 at 07:58. Facebook
Farmers in Adoni, Andhra Pradesh, were struggling to cultivate vegetables on their lands. They had tried different techniques, but ended with low yields. Their daily diet had no vegetables in it, and malnutrition had emerged as a huge health concern among women and children in the villages. Reliance Foundation convinced the villagers in six villages and supported them to establish community...
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The Reliance Foundation Young Champs (RFYC) programme hones skills of young football talent in India scouted through ISL’s grassroots initiatives. It is a unique, full-scholarship based, full-time residential football and education programme which provides an opportunity to the young footballers to hone their skills with world-class facilities and best-in-class training. Recently RFYC scholars...
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Daily life in Chirbatiya village in Rudraprayag, Uttarakhand was crippled by severe water scarcity. A natural pond, which was the primary source of drinking and household water, was drying up fast, and the other water sources were depleting at an alarming rate. The lack of drinking water was affecting not just villagers, but also wild animals living in the surrounding forests.

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Like thousands of other Indian villages, Bhalua in Deoghar, Jharkhand, struggled with paucity of resources, lack of socio-economic growth, and agrarian distress – often prompting its villagers to migrate to towns and cities in search of sustenance.

Life in the village changed dramatically when Reliance Foundation arrived, unifying the villagers under a village association (VA), and helping...
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Reliance Foundation: RF BIJ - Stepping Up

Like thousands of other Indian villages, Bhalua in Deoghar, Jharkhand, struggled with paucity of resources, lack of socio-economic growth, and agrarian distr...

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While Rajnandgaon, a town in Chhattisgarh, has several government-run schools, locals in the surrounding villages preferred to send their children to private schools for better quality education. The marginal farmers in Kusmi village couldn’t afford to send their kids to these private schools. Undeterred, they decided to pool in their resources to find a solution to this problem.

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With educational infrastructure limited in their villages, local farmers in Gangakhed, Maharashtra, had no option but to send their children to towns nearby, spending thousands from their meagre income in the process.

In a bid to tackle this problem, the village association, empowered by Reliance Foundation, took lead in Gangakhed. With the help of the fund contributed by the community, they...
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Widowed and mother to an infant while she was still in her teens, Ramapati Meena from Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan struggled to provide for her child, till Reliance Foundation reached out to her village and helped her use her 3.5 hectares of land to unfetter herself from a life of poverty. Read more:

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Story of Ramapati Meena, Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan | Reliance Foundation

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In thousands of villages in India, children have poor access to light sources in the evening, which would obstruct them from studying after sunset. The oil lanterns that they use come with health hazards, and are expensive. The community collectively contributed to resolve this age-old problem.

With support from Reliance Foundation, village associations in Gadag, Karnataka, have found a...
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The only school in the Balriya village in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, did not have sufficient infrastructure for the growing student population. The children had no option but to sit for their lessons in ill-maintained, ramshackle rooms.

Taking note of this infrastructural lacuna, the villagers collectively contributed to build an additional classroom through the village association,...
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On the occasion of Children’s Day on November 14, Reliance Foundation celebrated a day packed with fun-filled activities with hundreds of children across villages -- playing games, singing songs, and performances.

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Smt. Nita Ambani speaks on Children’s Day to Bombay Times, believes that every child must have the right to education and the right to play, “Sports play a crucial role in character building and developing life skills amongst children.”

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“I had been suffering intense pain from an abscess on my shoulder. My daughter’s wedding was approaching, but I couldn’t help with the preparations. I was exhausted and anxious all the time. I consulted a doctor, but the treatment that he prescribed was very expensive. I had taken a loan for my daughter’s wedding and didn’t have any money to spare. Around this time, I found out about free...
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Owners of barren lands that had stubbornly resisted cultivation for generations, Madhuben and Amrabhai Raval had no option but to work in others’ farms as labourers, till Reliance Foundation reached out to their village and helped transform it. Their lands springing back to life, the Ravals are now skilled farmers who take pride in their own farm produce.

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Story of Madhuben and Amrabhai Raval, Bedaj village Modassa, Gujarat | Reliance Foundation

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Heavy rainfall had destroyed the road in Palhera – a village in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh – cutting it off from the world. The rains and the subsequent isolation, however, failed to dampen the spirits of the villagers.

With Reliance Foundation supporting the village association, 50 households came forward to rebuild the road through shramdaan (collective labour). With a new road in place and...
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Rural India is dotted with villages that lack access to basic healthcare services. 22 village associations (VAs) empowered by Reliance Foundation in Bidar, Karnataka, have started community-run health centres named ‘Arogya Shala’ ineach village.

Villagers receive medical treatment and medicines at nominal costs. The VAs pay the medical staff who visit the health centres once in a week or a...
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Women members from four Village Associations of Reliance Foundation’s project villages in Netrang, Gujarat, took it upon themselves to build toilets in their respective villages.

This initiative – a first of its kind – suffered initial setbacks, with the women struggling to get their plans approved by the village panchayats. Moved by their commitment to the cause, the local village...
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