Every monthly donation helps more kids like Dali get midday meals
RBKS intervenes to combat the risk of malnourishment in the tribal area of southern Rajasthan where malnourishment is rampant. Dali belonged to a poor family. Her father suffers from a chronic lung infection which affects his ability to work.A family of 6, where they didn't even have enough to eat, education was a distant possibility.
The RBKS staff met the family and motivated them to enroll her in the residential school.She was provided with timely meals along with her education. She has overcome malnutrition, is healthy and takes a keen interest in education. Content that they made the right choice, her parents enrolled her sister in the school too.
It is a little step to help a girl get the nutrition which can fuel her development.
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What the beneficiary gets
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti runs residential schools in tribal areas among the deprived and underdeveloped areas of Rajasthan. Close to 360 underprivileged and orphan girls stay in these hostels. The beneficiaries are identified based on their family annual income.
Along with quality education, the girls are provided nutritious food and holistic development to build their confidence and to promote overall growth. The menu is planned to provide the growing girls with adequate nutrition so that they can be healthy as well as engage in all the school activities. Rice, Rotis, Vegetables and different type of dals are generally part of the menu. Items like Poha and Dalia which are tasty and healthy are included.
A nutritious meal is an important part of a child's life and no child can learn when hungry. Donate to this program and help a girl with the basic right to three meals a day.
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti
23 March, 2021
Providing balance diet and special care taken during covid-19 to boost immunity
One of the consequences of the Covid-19 lockdown is lack of access to food and malnutrition remains a concern. The daily breakfast, lunch and dinner normally provided to girls is so important to their diet. Girls residing in the hostel and studying here are between 5 to 17 years. Girls are provided breakfast, lunch, evening tea with biscuit, fruits or toast and dinner. During Covid-19 we take special care for food, we provide them warm water with lemon, turmeric milk and all possible food and liquid to boost their immunity. Typically breakfast is at 8.00 AM. One of Upma, Poha, Dalia is served. Lunch is at 12.30 PM and consists of Rice, dal, chapati and vegetables while dinner is at 7.00 p.m. and usually the girls have dal or vegetables with chapatti. We provide fruits, milk, sweets, sprouts, green vegetable, curd, butter milk, rice, biscuit and toast etc. we also give them pastry, ice cream, pavbhaji, dosa, noodles etc. on their demand or on weekly basis. Special diet given during festivals and birthday celebration.
5 August, 2020
Nutritional diet an essential element for growth years
Nutritional diet an essential element for growth years
All girls receive breakfast & two nutritious meals a day to aid healthy growth and development. We always include protein, fresh fruit and vegetables, all of which are often not included in a girl's diet at home due to poverty. Filling empty stomaches is vital to good health and good learning. Monthly average 5 birthdays are celebrated to give them happiness, sometimes combined birthday celebrations if more than 2 girls' birthday comes in the same day/week, but individual cakes we order. These girls have never seen cake in their life and when we bring cake for them they feel special themselves. We also bring sweets, birthday caps for all girls on birthday celebration day.
22 July, 2019
Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti started their education programme for girls in 1985 with 17 students in one school. Today they run seven schools, which cater to students from Grade 1 to Grade 12. These schools are all located in tribal populated areas of Jhadol and Kotra in Udaipur District, among the most deprived and under developed areas of Rajasthan. Girls residing in the hostel go home in summer vacations and on festivals like Diwali and Holi. Girls studying here are between 5 to 17 years. Girls are provided breakfast, lunch, evening tea with biscuit, fruits or toast and dinner. The school and hostel are on same campus so girls come to the hostel for lunch during school days. Typically breakfast is at 8.00 AM. One of Upma, Poha, Dalia is served. Lunch is at 12.30 PM and consists of Rice, dal, rotis and vegetables while dinner is at 7.00 p.m. and usually the girls have dal or vegetables with rotis
Between Jan and March 2019 the following activities took place as a part of the program · Republic Day Celebration: Republic Day was celebrated with great patriotic zeal Poem recitation was held. And various games was organized for our angels.
· Babuji Smriti Week: As we all know Babuji was the founder of RBKS. So, from 31 Jan to 5 Feb various games, competition and various activity was held. At Hansraj Children Residentail School prizes are also distributed to 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions candidates.
Birthday Celebration: Chandrika and Mugli’s Bithday is celebrated in Feburary. With Cake cutting and followed by Lunch.
· Visitors from USA, London and France- This month there are lots of visitors to visit home. Some Visitors gives gifts and chocolates to our angels
· Holi Celebration: Holi is festival of Colours. Our Angels enjoyed these colours on Holi with a big Smile.
Story from the field
Sangeeta Damor is a 10 year old studying in Class VI. She has 1 Brother and 6 Sisters. She is from makdadev village of Jhadol block of Udaipur district. Sangeeta’s father is no more and her mother is a laborer. She got admitted to Hansraj Children Residential School in 2017i. She was introvert and shy personality. She doesn’t speak to anyone. She doesn’t know what is Ice Cream and Cakes. And She was very filthy doesn’t bath and brush her teeth properly. But as times passes she loves to get clean, bath 2 times a day and brush 2 times a day. She was getting a healthy meal. Now she loves to eat, maintaining her proper hygenie. She enjoys Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with all my friends in the Hansraj Children Residential School.
|What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?||500|
|What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date||56|
|Village/City/State where project is located||Udaipur, Rajathan|
|Total Budget for the project for FY18-19||800000|
|Total Expenses for the project YTD||89600|