Motor Rewinding Training enabled Balu to become Awardee Balu, a resident of Kavathal, a small village, in Sangrampur Block of Buldana district. His life was going through many crisis, his mother was always sick, he could not continue education after SSC, lost his father 6-7 years ago and health wise he too was weak in the family. Due to this, he could not work hard in farming fields along with his brothers to earn a living and hence, he was unemployed. In 2016, one of the village volunteer referred Balu to attend a workshop of VSP on Motor Rewinding which was supported by Rangoonwala Foundation India Trust. Balu was selected for a 2 months training with 15 other youths of nearby villages. After this training, he started to earn Rs.200-300/- on daily basis by repairing electronic appliances such as Televisions, Fans, Motors etc. after the training. Recently, he has established his own Tin Shed Shop near Pathurda Phata, which is a central location connecting 7-8 small village
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Thanks Rangoonwala Foundation India Trust (RFIT) for recognizing Mr. Balu Pakhare at 15 th Utkarsh Youth Development Programme Award 2018! It was a moment of Pride for VSP on 20 th January, 2019 where Mr. Balu, one of our beneficiary, received award for “ Imbibing the spirit of Volunteerism” . He belongs to Kavathal village of Sangrampur Block in Buldana district of Maharashtra where VSP with the support of RFIT provided Motor Rewinding Training to Balu and other unemployed youths of the block in 2016. After the training, Balu has opened a tin shed shop near Pathurda Phata from which he is generating a sustainable income for himself. He has trained and employed 1 person and is voluntarily training 6 other youths with his motor rewinding expertise. Vikas Sahyog Pratishthan congratulates him for his outstanding work!!!
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74 Youth Volunteers of VSP conducted Public Awareness Campaign Against DENGUE ! Due to rising number of cases during and after monsoon season, Vikas Sahyog Pratishthan (VSP) in partnership with Plan India and in collaboration with Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) and Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) launched a campaign to raise public awareness about the methods of Prevention of Dengue in Mumbai and Pune regions of Maharashtra. The campaign covered 40 slum pockets of Mumbai and 30 of Pune. The completed target was to reach out to 2,02,593 households of Mumbai and Pune through which 10,12,965 individuals has been successfully reached. The awareness was carried out through the following methodologies: 1) Door to Door Campaign : 2) Auto miking : 3) FM radio channels : Mumbai - 98.3 Radio Mirchi Pune - 104.2 Mirchi Love 4) Hoardings through Bus shelters : 4) IEC Materials :