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Help the poorest people in India with food, education and healthcare

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Organisation of Rural Development (ORD)

Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?

ORD works in the slums of Mayurbhanj District, Odisha. It reaches to various families who are extremely poor. These people only have one meal per day.

At present ORD works with 260 children, in three locations, with 5 teachers.

ORD has just started its journey, but it requires more support and strength to move on. ORD requests everyone to come forward to help the needy children. Let the unbloomed flowers to bloom and spread their fragrance throughout the society.

What is your project and how will it help?

ORD supports them with dry food and clothes for their children. Then makes them understand the requirement of education in their life and start to welcome their children to ORD parivar, where they will get free coaching, later integrated into mainstream schools for their education, healthy environment, nutritious food and many friends like them to play with.

No facility of health check up in this village where we work and the distance from hospital is ten kilometers. Now a days also the women are giving delivery in the village itself. We are thinking to open a dispensary where a doctor will come twice a week and we can give the medicine to the people, covering six villages.

How can other people partner with you on your project?

We are getting the support from Sakshum organisation and KHF India, but we are need of more partners ready to help us with funding.\

There is some people in the locality who is donating for children in materialistic manner such as cookies and biscuits etc.

Please detail the resources that you need.


Four rented rooms are required (per month) Rs 3,500.00/-

1. Nutrition: Mid day meals, biscuits, milk (per month) Rs 26,000.00/-
2. Educational aids: charts, teaching aids, pens, pencil (per month) Rs 6,000.00/-
3. Medicines (children and women) (per month) RS 10.000/-
4. Five teachers’ salaries (per month) Rs10,000.00/-
5. Five black boards Rs 10,000.00/-
6. Floor mats for children Rs 2,600.00/-

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Asia: India

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  • Commented
    03 Mar 2016 10:41 GMT

    lex alliance foundation
    Unverified non-profit organisation

    Mrs renuka Arora says: good afternoon sir/mam,

    we are ngo working on the child issues, and feed the hungry,but we have no support from any side.if you can support our ngo for better education and for better future of poor we will be thankful to you a lot.

    renuka arora