25 SHG women in Ramboda received month old chicks to start up their backyard poultry units.
Rural women were vulnerable to the socio-economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the measures taken to contain it. They faced severe constraints with regard to their roles in maintaining household food security. Considering the difficulties faced by its members in the Ramboda area, CORD distributed dry rations consisting of essential food items such as rice, flour, sugar, dhal, soya meat and noodles among 110 women at Ramboda Hanuman Temple premises. The members were highly appreciative of the relief they received from CORD.
CORD in partnership with the Recreational Sports and Nutritional (RENU) program of
25 School children supported through CORD Build-A-Future program along with their parents participated at CORD Ulavanoor Office for Pujya Gurudev’s
CORD donated 50 litres of hand washing liquid made by its Self Help Groups to 10 schools to be used by the school children