Smile India Trust is a Non-Governmental Organization in India that helps the helpless. Our NGO is working for the upliftment of poor society. These are deprived of their basic survival needs. Volunteers of our NGO help them by giving tasty cooked food. Poverty leads to illiteracy and many problems. We help them in their survival, but now, we are running out of funds. These days we need your support to help these needy families. All are busy making their life safe and sound. But smile NGO is taking little steps in making the poor’s life beautiful.
You look and tell me what did you see? Do you see hobs in the city, outside shops, and on the streets? What can be said about people who pull a wheelbarrow with a customer for an extra ten bucks? Can it be said that you are aware of the crime percentage and drug addiction by children in our general public? At present, there can be many reasons for this, yet the lack in India is the obvious reason behind these issues.
More than 800 million in India are considered poor. India is second on the list of most the population after china. Poverty in India is increasing along with more number of uneducated people. We strive to give low-income families a happy and respectful life. Individuals in society treat these families very badly. They do not pay any attention to them. As if they are not even part of society. But as an NGO we are working to make people aware of the problems faced by poor people living in slums. Our goal is to make the world “a place where it should never hurt to be a child”.
Let’s discuss some ways to reduce poverty in society:
By bringing employment
As we all understand that due to insufficient money these families get less employed. This happens because due to insufficient funds. These families hardly earn money to eat daily. Can you understand their situation and the bad time they are facing? No, we can just imagine the situation, but they are facing it. Due to the absence of money people are unable to educate their children. And without education, you cannot get a good job.
Big companies need big skills along with experience. So there is an urgent need for jobs for uplifting the poor people. We as a Non-Governmental Organization in India make the poor’s skillful. We provide them with various skills to enhance their knowledge. Smile NGO provides them with skills like crafting, tailoring, and computer knowledge. We make them self-dependent and self-reliable for their expenses.
By focusing on agricultural improvement
Agricultural improvement means that we have to make available good seeds to farmers. If the seeds are high-yielding then the crops from them also will be of good quality. Good quality crops will benefit the produce, transport, the purchaser, and the nation. Producing high-yielding crops will increase the purchasing of products. And this will increase the money flow and demand for products in the market.
India is the second most crowded country on the planet with about 1.2 billion people. Our country has experienced growth of up to 10% over many years and is the largest economy on the planet. Be that as it may, only a small section of the Indian population has so far benefited from the period of prosperity. Most of the people in India live in pathetic conditions. This is why it is fundamental to understand the idea of necessity as a test in India.
Development of Infrastructure
Infrastructure development means that government need build more schools, hospitals, and parks. Poor families have less money to get treatment in big private hospitals. Their charge for one day is so high that sometimes even middle-class families cannot afford it.
We do request the government to look out for the concerns of poor families. Building new infrastructure will bring employment as well as new development. Due to fewer infrastructure people in rural areas suffers the most.
Stabilize Human Resource
Besides physical infrastructure, we need to stabilize Human Resources. Poverty can also reduce through human resource development. Improving human assets requires a more prominent interest in many things. Some of them are schools for further education, professional universities, Hospitals, etc.
This human asset not creates a fair plan of business, but also raises efficiency and pays for poor people.
Special Employment Schemes for the Poor
The government had inaugurated many schemes for the betterment of poor families. The First scheme is The JawaharRozgarYojana (JRY), now named as Jawahar Gram StimridhiYojana. The Goal of the scheme is the goal of improving the quality of life of the rural poor. By offering more productive work to poor people in the slum.
The second employment scheme is IRDP (Integrated Rural Development Scheme). The program aims to provide employment opportunities to the poor. This scheme gives opportunities to develop their skill to improve their living conditions.
The third scheme is TRYSEM (Training of Rural Youth for Self-Employment). The main aim of this scheme was to provide technical and business expertise to rural BPL people. And to those who are in the 18-35 age group.
If these schemes are used effectively then the problem of poverty will reduce. The government had already launched programs, but unfortunately, they are not running efficiently.
What do we do as a Non-Governmental Organization in India?
As Non-Governmental Organization in India, we arrange nutritious meals and educational supplies. We make poor people of rural and slum areas aware of all these schemes. These schemes will give them new hope. Awareness drives are run and make available the necessities for their better survival. Poverty reduction is very important to improve the condition of our Nation. As a developing country, we need to take care of every single as much as possible. Taking care of poor families is not the alone duty of the government. Being a part of society we are equally responsible to help these families.
We hope we all will become a support system for each other. Volunteer with us and help the families in need. Visit our website at https://smileindiatrust.org/. Get the daily updates from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.