The Chennai Roti Bank is an independent branch of the Mumbai Roti Bank that began feeding the underprivileged and homeless in Chennai on a small scale in August 2021. The main goal of the Chennai Roti Bank is to ensure that people in need do not go to bed hungry.
This report, prepared by Connected Technologies, shows impact of Everest Kanto Cylinders (EKC) India’s CSR program, which has provided free online access to curriculum-linked vernacular educational content to 6,000+ govt. school students across Maharashtra & Gujarat
Mumbai Roti Bank is a hunger relief, non-profit organisation bearing registration number E-34021(M) registered on 26th April 2018 under Mumbai Sarvajanik Trust Act 1950. We provide freshly cooked mid-day meals to see that children go to school regularly. We serve freshly cooked meals outside hospitals, destitute homes, educational institutions, cancer centres, in the slums of Mumbai and various other locations. Our mission is no one should go hungry.
Mumbai Roti Bank was initiated by former Director General of Police, Maharashtra, Mr. D. Sivanandhan in December 2017, with a mission “to rescue excess food from those who have and give to the hungry who do not have”. Our aim is to minimise food wastage, malnutrition and eliminate hunger.
SUPPORT AND REHABILITATION OF PEOPLE WITH PARKINSON’S AND THEIR CAREGIVERS AND TO PROMOTE HEALTHY AGEING
THROUGH EDUCATION AND AWARENESS ABOUT NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS – PDMDS
Inclusive education is about including all children to participate in the classroom. An education, without discrimination. Children with disabilities (CwDs) around the world are among the largest groups excluded irom mainstream education. In India, there are about 2 million children with disabilities as per the 201 I census. The majority of these children are living without any access to formal education. There are many national and intemational instruments, frameworks, laws, and policies that provide people with disabilities the Right to Education, yet we are not able to provide accessible, affordable, and appropriate education to our children with disabilities. Some of the barriers include difficulty in communication,
inaccessible infrastructure, transport and learning resources, non-inclusive and inappropriate curriculum and assessment, etc. The new ‘National Education Poticy, 2020’ discusses inclusivity, experiential learning. and progressive mediums of assessments. However, with large scale programs such as the Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, 2007, and the Samagra Siksha Abhiyan, 2018, their implementation and delivery becomes a big challenge. Hence, the focus of the Pratham is on the betterment and improvement of implementation and delivery of services on the field for all children. We believe that building awareness about such services that advocate for inclusive education is crucial to take action and deliver results.
The Project aims at providing a platform to women to generate a meaningful source of livelihood. The skill development activities are planned to support economically disadvantaged and unskilled women; towards the ultimate goal of enhancing their employability and entrepreneurship abilities. The aim of the project is to make every woman financially independent, training them in various disciplines and programs, irrespective of their age, language and qualifications. To address the above need WIT has conducted various session during tailoring course.
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