“Its not about saying the right things, it is about doing the right things at the right time.” With this ideology in mind Youth Outreach programme is all set to organise a flood relief drive to assist the victims of Dharmasala Block of Jajpur District. The flood has affected the lives of around 4 lakh innocent people living in Jaipur, destroying farms, roads and the overall livelihood. This outreach programme is being funded by the events organised by Youth Odisha and the contribution of those who extended their support. The aim is to reach out to maximum number of people and provide relief in the form of food, clothes or anything that they require so that these affected people can start their lives afresh.
" If a poor child cannot come to education, education must go to him "
The literacy rate among the underprivileged sections of society in India is less than 60% and this is directly related to the acute poverty that cripples the country till date. For India to become a developed country, each one should get access to education, especially the underprivileged.
Till date around 20% of the Indian population ie around 25 Crore Indians are still living in households with no electricity. This is a basic resource that is essential for the standard of living and until electricity becomes a common commodity in every house, India shall not see the bright future that it is aiming towards.