Another nature camp was implemented in the series of Karnataka Forest Department sponsored “Chiannaravanadarshana”. The schools selected were GHS, Bannimukkodlu and GHS, Alanatha both located on a exquisite location. One lies amidst the confluence of two hills and another on … Continue reading →
A group of enthusiastic managers from SAP, SDC made up their mind when they won a prize money in the hackathon competition. It was a humble thought they would utilise their prize money towards a novel cause and spending towards … Continue reading →
Texas Instruments returned back with full vigour and enthusiasm. They had sponsored for 1000 saplings and the activity started from 10.30 am. Deepa was the lead and pushed all her colleagues post afternoon to finish the planting drive. Atlast all … Continue reading →
Conserve and Preserve BNP project Ramakrishna Mission, Shivanahalli conducted an excellent outreach program for Government High school kids being the first of such initiative of Karnataka Forest Department, Bannerghatta National Park venue being BNP itself. Government High School, Kallanakuppe “In … Continue reading →
‘Youth for Seva’ along with Texas Instruments distributed school kits along with notebooks and Stationery set. Higher primary students also got a geometry set. Employees from Texas Instruments were enthusiastic to go to different Government schools and mingle with kids and enjoyed the activity. Total of 350 children from class 4 to class 8 were beneficiaries.
Under the initiative Conserve and Preserve Bannerghatta, On 11th June 2016, a medical camp was conducted at the clinic in RK Mission premises in Shivanahalli. Around 40 members including staff and their family were screened. Their details are recorded. 5 cases were identified as diabetic. we will do followup consultations for them.We also did survey with few of the staff from Anekal range. Only one concern which came out was that they have not received salaries for last 3 months.
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Also the children of watchers were awarded with books and stationary. 8 students were awarded with scholarship amount worth INR 1,10,000/-. Still 15 more applications are pending for want of documents and mark sheets.
Thanks for cooperating and looking forward for partnering in future drives.
Conserve and Preserve BNP project Ramakrishna Mission, Shivanahalli conducted an excellent outreach program for Government High school kids being the first of such initiative of Karnataka Forest Department, Bannerghatta National Park venue being BNP itself. Government High School, Kallanakuppe and … Continue reading →
Conserve and Preserve BNP project Ramakrishna Mission, Shivanahalli conducted an excellent outreach program for Government High school kids being the first of such initiative of Karnataka Forest Department, BNP along with Wildlife Conservation Group Recent research has shown that more … Continue reading →
Forest watchers (PW,PCP,APW) are the backbone of the Forest protection force in our country. They work 24/7 to protect the natural resources near to us.Due to constant exposure to weather and with little attention to their health, many of them are also susceptible to lifestyle diseases and chronic problems. As the call of duty many a times prevents them from tending to themselves, they seldom go to health centres to take care of their health issues. As most of the times they are in the field , they seldom take their family also to clinics. Another reason why the watchers or their families do not take time out to go to the health centres is that, they may loose a day’s wages.
Hence We decided to start the initiative of creating a network of doctors and hospitals, which can offer affordable treatment to the watchers and their immediate families. Before starting the project we planned to have a general health check to capture the health index of the watchers and their families.On 19th December, a general health check camp was held at Harohalli range of Bannerghatta National park. More than 120 members participated in the camp.The details were noted and a survey on the general routine of watchers was also conducted.Post the camp, those who need further treatment will be referred to specialists.