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NGO in India to Build House for the Tribal People of our Nation

March 17, 2019

We all know what an NGO is and what are the responsibilities of an NGO. Being an NGO in India who works for the upliftment of tribal people in Kerala. HRDS India had introduces many projects to help the tribal people. Because we understand the value of each human being whether they are tribes or not. As we all know the tribal peoples are the most neglected once in our system. Many of the tribal families do not have any access to medical care. As an NGO in India hrds India always stands for the betterment of tribal peoples in Kerala.

  • As an NGO in India who works for the tribal welfare introduce the project called "sadhraha" - Sheltering humanity…

  • This project aims to build houses for tribal peoples in our nation.

  • Building a house for tribal means we are keeping them safe from hazardous climatic conditions, natural disasters and other threats to their life.

  • Initially, the project “sadhgraha” initiated by the NGO in India HRDS considers building houses for the poor deserving inhabitant of the sited districts. This can be made feasible only to those who own at least 3 cents of plots in the area of the project.

    The houses to be built with “Fiber Cement Panels” a totally new building material were used in constructions. These Panels, manufactured with eco- friendly components, can stand the test of time and are ideally suitable for the extreme climatic conditions of the said districts.

    This project will be directly benefitting to 4614 landless Tribal families in the State of Kerala. In these circumstances of Kerala more than 55 per cent live in dilapidated houses. In all, 39,850 houses do not have a kitchen and 49 per cent do not have toilets. Half of the population deprived of pure drinking water and 1252 Tribal hamlets are not electrified. More than 1300 Tribal settlements face threat from wild animals. Many of the families do not have any access to medical care. Among them 4,036 are differently disabled and 2386 are mentally-challenged. The community has 40,323 chronic patients. The literacy rate among the scheduled Tribes is 72.77.