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Relief Registered NGO Engaging Vulnerable People in Sanitation

Relief Registered NGO

As Millions of people around the world live in deplorable and unsanitary conditions. These have serious long-term consequences, not only for the individual, but also for those around them. The most affected people are those residing in slum areas, especially women and children. A relief registered NGO is spreading awareness about sanitation among them.

Slum areas face this serious issue of sanitation the most, and due to this, they get different types of health issues that often lead to death. The water they drink most of the time contaminated . This leads to diarrhea, typhoid, hepatitis A, and many other serious diseases.

Even after women and children travel miles barefoot in the water, the condition of the water is hazardous. After more than 75 years of independence, the water supply in these vulnerable areas is still the same.

The water they revive is contaminated and full of illnesses that are to blame for a large number of deaths, especially among youngsters; it is not the clean, filtered water we drink. Malaria is just one of the illnesses that water may spread, and it is brought on when slum inhabitants attempt to store water inside of their dwellings.

 Mosquitoes are prevalent because they don’t dwell in a very sterile environment. They need water that is filing with garbage, human excrement, and other revolting materials. This draws flies and mozzies, that spread the malaria-causing germs widely.

Relief Registered NGO helps people and aware them about health and sanitization facilities. The urgency of water aids, apart from this, we also provide them healthy and nourished food, which will definitely help them to have a strong immune system.

Relief Registered NGO: Slum Area’s Heartbreaking Condition

The sad reality is that Indian slum dwellers experience a lot of horrible things on a daily basis. They struggle with a shortage of water and sanitation in addition to a lack of food and education. Two of the many essential things that these Indian slums really need but, regrettably, cannot have if nothing is done, are water assistance and sanitation.

Due to their poverty-stricken condition, they start to work at an early age, which often leads to a lack of education. Due to their lack of education, they find themselves roaming around the streets and doing unskilled work. They dig themselves into garbage and other hazardous places that are not sanitized, risking their lives.

The saddest part is that many parents homicide their own children due to these condition.This become more alarming for girl child as the often become victim of infanticides. As they see girl child of no value and the mother don’t want her daughter to suffer.

According to United Nation,A child’s survival depends on vaccination. Infants who skip basic vaccinations run the risk of losing their lives. One of the best and most economical ways to safeguard the lives and futures of children is through immunization.

More than half of the most vulnerable children in the world still do not receive the necessary vaccinations for survival and a healthy life. If all children received vaccinations, 1.5 million fatalities may be prevented worldwide.

In India, just 65% of kids receive all of their vaccinations in their first year of life. Thousands of young children worldwide are not receiving immunizations, placing them and entire families at risk of illness. Lethal epidemic despite abundant evidence of the effectiveness of vaccines in preventing death and disease. In a world when cheap, life saving immunizations is available this is inexcusable.

Relief Registered NGO: Donating Healthy Food in Ghettos

When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, medicine is of no need” an Ayurvedic proverb. Relief Registered NGO believes that these words are absolutely correct. Without proper hygiene, food, an individual can’t work properly to its fullest. Our ngo on a daily basis try are best by providing food on a daily basis. We cover slum areas in Delhi and around Delhi. The food, which distribute to them are fresh. All food items  prepared in a separate kitchen keeping in mind all the factors to avoid any mishappening.

In this initiative of ours, there are many volunteers as well donors are there who help us in this great initiative. We serve these families roti, dal, chapati’s, rice with good nutritional value in it.

However, the malnourishment rate in India declined in last 15 years. According to UN report. However, the woman’s condition detrained in from the past and the cases of anemia increased in the nation. Which is a matter of concern as this will adversely affect the family too.

As when we talk about Under-five malnourished, children’s numbers reduced from 52.3 million in 2012 to 36.1 million in 2020, and under-five overweight children’s numbers dropped from 3 million to 2.2 million.

Stunting prevalence among children under five declined in India from 41.7 percent in 2012 to 30.9 percent in 2020, and the frequency of overweight children under five also declined from 2.4 percent in 2012 to 1.9 percent in 2020. The frequency of undernutrition in the overall population of the nation was 21.6 percent in 2004–06 and 16.3 percent in 2019–21, respectively.


A major focus of the Relief Registered NGO is on children and the environment. Relief India Trust implements action research interventions that allow stakeholders to participate and engage in the analysis and change of the conditions that form the milieu of the people with whom Relief India Trust works.

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