Our Field Work in Rajahstan

A glimmer of hope for GEN and its partners working in the rural areas of Rajahstan today. The Guardian (16th Feb) reported that coronavirus cases are falling in India.

This is good news for our field staff who have worked hard to keep our projects in education, , sustainable farming and income generation for women progressing during India’s lockdown and beyond.

India is now producing its own vaccine and beginning its vaccination programme. We hope that our field workers will soon be able to work in the villages of Rajahstan again, rather than keeping contact remotely.

Obviously working at the grassroots is much more helpful. Village women want to earn, and to contribute to their communities, as here, by making masks for local people and health centres

For this to happen, we must raise funds here in UK. If you can help us with this, please press the Donate button on our website now

btickner

btickner

Trustee and Chair of GEN Initiative

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Who We Are

GEN is a UK based charity and a company limited by guarantee that works in India to alleviate poverty.

GEN provides resources to assist grass-root organisations with which it forms partnerships, to fulfil their development goals. With GEN’s help, our partners can deliver project initiatives in collaboration with those village groups which are most-in-need.

GEN has sponsored the creation of an Indian-based NGO, END POVERTY, which from its founding in 2009 has built a programme of literacy and craft work training classes in remote villages as well as working with village development.

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