Â Â Â Â During
the month of June, the activities of SPPD went on with the usual fervor and the
distribution of nutritional kits to needy children formed the most important
part of the same.
month the distribution of nutritional kits sponsored by Give India was carried
out in the four regions of Musiri, Tiruchirapalli of Tiruchirapalli district,
and the villages belonging to Pudukottai district such as Poongudi and parts of
total of children received the nutritional food kits during the month of June.
And as many as 727 children belonging to Musiri, Trichy Corporation, Keeranur,
and Poongudi Respectively.
is found that the condition of most of the children of the families who were
distributed the nutrition kits is extremely pathetic. In fact, many children
are in bad need of other essential things such as footwear, undergarments,
toiletries, etc.Â Â This could be found during the door-to-door
visits of SPPD team members and at the time of distribution of the nutritional
of the children who received the nutritional kits come from families headed by
single women. Either their fatherâ€™s death or those who have abandoned their families.
one such family belonging to the village of Muthampatti the young mother of two
children whose father had died in an accident. Their mother had to shift to
their native village here from Bengaluru where the family was living when the
father was alive.
tragically the father and mother of the mother of the children had also died in
a span of 7 months being unable to bear the shock of the death and the
suffering undergone by their daughter.
left the family in extremely dire status and helpless. The mother earns hardly
Rs. 3000 a month by taking up odd jobs in the village. While even providing one
square meal to the children is extremely difficult.
such circumstances fulfilling the nutritional needs of the children are
unthinkable. And the Give India-sponsored nutritional kits fill up this gap to
a good extent. And the families and the recipient children are very grateful
for the nutritional kits.
Similarly, another woman headed a family
at Paithamparai. The village has three girl children the age of 2, 8 and 11
respectively. The last child is a spastic child and the second girl is hearing
second child had got a hearing aid when her father was alive and now she cannot
use the same being unable to afford to frequently buy the batteries of the
such families in pathetic living conditions, the nutritional kits given by Give
India go a long way in greatly relieving their sufferings. And hence all the
children and their family members are grateful.
during the month of June SPPD could play a fruitful part in helping these
children who were badly in need of nutrition to keep their health