DHARA was established in the year 2001. The organisation came into being after our Chief functionary of the organization gained experience from various philanthropic activities he was actively a part of. He has had the opportunity to engage with many people with the same interest and drive to help the underprivileged people of Jharkhand. The organisation also aims to uphold and preserve the rich culture and traditions of the state. Even today, Jharkhand continues to reel under poverty, devoid of basic amenities required for survival, DHARA recognised the need and decided to provide relief to the ones in need. Currently, our organisation works primarily with two districts of Jharkhand which are Bokaro and Dhanbad. We help eradicate malnutrition and aim to provide basic education for women and children. In 2005 the organisation focused on the rights of children and intended to bring change through protection of resources such as water, forest and land.
DHARA aspires to works towards an egalitarian society ensuring equity which includes gender equity, social justice,a sense brotherhood and self esteem. We work towards promoting self reliance along with actively protecting the rights and interests of a community. DHARA greatly emphasises on the need to have harmony among people through protection of natural resources.
The team members of DHARA are committed to community development of the downtrodden. The organisation works to empower the tribal, backward and marginalised sections of the society. The aim is to ensure protection of women and children's rights. We also try to revive and preserve social values through the Gram Sabha empowerment and by promoting the education of youth through organising training and social activities along with activities aimed at conservation of natural resources for an entire societal reform.
Mask distribution by DHARA among customers of Union Bank.
Distribution among the staff of Rice Go-Down, Kasmar and BDO office.
Dry ration were distributed among 52 rickshaw drivers by DHARA. Jeevan Jagannath, Ambuj Kumar, Keshav Prajapati, Binod Kumar, Akhileshwar Marandi, Subhash Mahato, Kumar Piyush, Kumar Sambhav and Laxman Mahato joined to help us on this occasion.
Health and farming awareness program
A discussion was held on matters of health, education and farming among the villagers
A seven-day training camp was organised in Manjura Stadium, Kasamar and few selected players were offered training for the state level competition.
GOONJ and our organisation collectively held a plantation program where children planted the seeds of various fruits and vegetables. This program was organised to encourage school children and local people to plant more trees for a greener and healthier environment.
Cloth for work
"Cloth for work" was organised by GOONJ to help the local people and especially the cotton weavers to understand the importance of their work and educate them about raw materials of cotton on a grassroot level.
Inspection of the scheme operated by District Welfare Department by District Welfare Officer PN Singh.
School to School Program
GOONJ had donated textbooks which were distributed to the underprivileged tribal children by the District Judge in this Program.
Run for gender equality.
A one-day "Run for Gender" program was organized among the school children on the topic of gender inequality in Mahuda Basti under Baghmara block of Dhanbad district under the Aegis of Section "Institution and Spark Ranchi". A writing competition was also organized for children on the topic of gender discrimination, child marriage, child labor, child sexual exploitation and juvenile delinquents. This was organised by activist Naeem Ejaz.
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