During the initial times of Covid-19 pandemic in March '20, when entire Country was announced lock down and WHO & health departments instructed everyone to wear masks in order to stop the spread of Corona Virus, sufficient supply of masks were not available in shops so, our MNLC trust has come forward, got them stiched and distributed ~900 masks in and around Chinnamandem village.
Because of Corona Virus pandemic lock down, many migrant workers lost their daily wages, relatives of patients at govt. hospitals couldn’t have food as hotels around were closed and struggled with hunger, from our MNLC Society we severed ~500 food packets in Vijayawada
1) A report by the United Nations says that more than three million people in the world die of water-related diseases due to contaminated water each year, including 1.2 million children. In India, over one lakh people die of water-borne diseases annually We Installed RO water purifier plant with 1.5 lakh rupees in one of the “AP model school” which is located in a remote village (Chinnamandem) of Andhra Pradesh, where 700 School students were benefited with purified water
2) During exam period, we drove an initiative and worked with one of the widespread news publisher (Sakshi) in preparing mock question papers for various academic subjects along with answers for class 10 students of Andhra Pradesh. These sample papers helped students to know how much they are equipped for the board exams, revision of important concepts, analyse and work towards the expected difficulty level of the exams
3) Exam fees of Rs. 5000/- was paid to underprivileged blind students to write their board exams and also donated Rs 3,000/- for a heart patient to buy essential medicines. Children of our family contributed the money received by selling homemade cookies and brownies
4) Conducted a free medical camp by Dr. Prakasam who is also the key member of our trust along with the support of few other doctors. Many poor people were benefited as right and timely actions were prescribed for their ailments and distributed medicines, fruits, & biscuits
5) Our member Seshaschalam & Revathi sponsored Rs 2.5 lakh rupees for the construction of a room in an old age home " Arya Vysya Varsavi Vruddula Samkshema Sangham" at Madanapalle which provides shelter and aid to poor and homeless elders
MEGA FREE MEDICAL CAMP
1)OUR SOCIETY organised a medical camp in Z P girls school at Chinnamandem, Rayachoti, Kadapa Dt on 11th February 2018, Sunday from 9 AM. Camp has been started with the opening speech by Dr Bayyareddy. Ten eminent Doctors of various specialisations from Tirupathi, Rayachoti, Vijayawada extended their service to the patients mostly villagers, poor residents and labourers from nearly 8 villages and local numbering around 800 patients in the camp. Appolo Diognostics, Tirupati conducted Blood sugar, BP, Pulse, BMP tests on patients and provided clinical data to the visiting Doctors. Society provided lunch and free medicines to the patients. The Medical camp has been successfully completed by honouring the Doctors.
2)Another medical camp has been organised at Abhaya kshethram, an orphanage at Tirupati where nearly 200 old people were treated for various ailments and distributed required medicines.
3)As part of Women Empowerment initiative project for 2018, all the women of our MNLC society identified the deprived people and have successfully implemented the following.
3.1)Group 1 - Donated rugs to roadside poor people and 25 kgs of rice to Kerala flood victims
3.2)Group 2 - Donated cots to elderly people in Abhayakshetra oldage home
3.3)Group 3 - Donated mats, wall clock, rugs & shelves, to mentally challenged children
3.4)Group 4 - Donated shelves for storing books in a goverment organized school library
4)Donated 108 Idly cooking box and 15 liter capacity hot box at Aashraya Welfare organisation, Tirupathi.
1) A free medical camp has been conducted by the society's member Dr M. Prakasam at an oldage home at Chitti Nagar on 3rd Feb, 2017 where 20 oldage women were examined, key tests were conducted and provided medicines. Fruits were also distributed to them. A few medical representatives and paramedic staff supported with drugs and services.
2) Our society's year 2017 prime project is to provide mineral water to the poor students by procuring and commissioning a RO water purifier plant in a Govt. Girls High School at Chinnamandem, Rayachoti taluk, kadapa Dist. Water is life, but India's most parts of rural population is yet to get safe drinking water. Our society identified one such need for the above school where about 240 girl students, hailing from surrounding villages and hamlets are studying. Our society donated and successfully executed the water purifier project to supply pure drinking water, 100 liters per hour, costing Rs 50,000/-and also provided higeinic water dispensers to each class room.
3) Our society this year emphasized the empowerment of women members by grouping them into 4 groups and providing them funds to identify and spend for the cause of helping needy. They have successfully implemented the following.
3.1) Group 1 and 2 identified the need of water storage tank at Abhaya kshethram, an orphanage at Tirupati where nearly 200 old people, destitute children and handicapped poor are sheltered. The groups donated 2000 lit capacity water tank costing 12,000/- to suffice them for a day storage.
3.2) Group 3 identified an old and handicapped inmate of the same orphanage and donated a wheel chair, who expressed highest satisfaction for moving out on his own to carry out his activities. These groups also distributed fruits, snacks to the inmates.
3.3) Group 4 identified a poor and handicapped tailor, Mohan, a resident of Madurvoil, a suburb of Chennault. He was financially stressed and was exploited by his employers. The group members donated a sewing machine costing about Rs 6000/- to him. And now he has become self-employed to have an enhanced life and built up self confidence and potentiality to earn his lively hood for his family. This group also donated school kits, steel plates and tumblers to poor kids of local anganvadi school.
1) Our society's 2016 project of erecting, commissioning, and inauguration with puja of RO water purifier and dedicated to villagers of Polimerapalli, Rayachoti taluk, Kadapa dt has been implemented successfully. Polimerapalli and it's surrounding hamlets are drought prone areas and there is dearth of potable water to the poor and below poverty level population. This project takes care of pure drinking water supply to the needy at no cost.
1) Construction of second floor comprising 6 rooms suitable for commercial purpose over the Kanyakaparameswari Temple building at Chinnamandem to support the maintenance of the temple by way of rental income. Cost of the project is Rs. 5.5 Lakhs, met by the MNLC society.
2) Erection of solar street light at Chinnamandem bus station centre where complete darkness prevails during evenings and power cut times which is predominant in rural areas. Its cost was Rs. 25,000.