At the initial phase, we have donated a number of Black Bengal Goats to several tiger victim families with a plan to provide livestock support for all who are willing to take up the project. Later, we have also provided fish minnows, especially to the tiger victim widows who are left abandoned by their families. This project will empower them to live economically independent lives. However, we have identified 300+ more such families to whom we will provide veterinary support as well to maintain sustainability and immunity against epidemics and other unfortunate events. Livestock multiplication will not only elevate their current economic situation but also open up several avenues for the entire community.
Black Goats which are distributed to 300+ families Chickens which are given to 150+ families Fish Minnows are given to 150+ widowed women's We have also provided veterinary training to these women so they can be an independent livelihood. We are also planning to create fish farming. We have also provided them a life jacket for safe fishing and become independent.
We are also planning to start with stitching and embroidery work, making of masks to make women independent. We have also given mango, guava, lemon trees to these women in Sundarbans, there are around 430+ women's who have got trees. Every year on the 15th of August our team distributes plants and trees to various school and tiger victim widows. If you want to be a support, then call us or visit our donate page.
If you want to be a support, then call us or visit our donate page.