Protecting disadvantaged children and elderly by providing face shield masks

However, in the light of recent events where we all see how the number of cases is increasing every day, the need for protecting oneself against this virus has become the need of the hour. According to the WHO guidelines using a facial mask is one of the best ways to protect yourself against the coronavirus. It protects your entire face along with the eyes, nose and mouth which are the main entry points for the virus to enter your system.

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Support to Migrant Labour to reach Home

Early in the lockdown, we heard news of stranded people across the nation. The purpose of this effort then is to ensure that these stranded people get home to their villages safely, traceable and in good health. The purpose of this effort then is to ensure that these stranded people get home to their villages safely, traceable and in good health.

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Study on Impact of COVID19 and Lockdown on Labour and its Migration in India

ural India is incapable of absorbing the estimated 23 million interstate and intrastate migrant labour who returned home from urban areas due to the Covid-19 lockdown. According to the latest survey of the Centre For Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), the overall rate of unemployment has risen from 8.4 percent to 23.8 percent as noted in the last week of March. As a matter of fact, the number of unemployed people has risen from 32 million to 38 million with corresponding figures for urban and rural areas as 30 and 21 percent.

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Upsurge in Domestic Violence during Lockdown: Survey and Study

Stress, isolation and loss of income can exacerbate the risk of violence at home. We are capturing instances of domestic abuse and violence specially against married females during the period of Lock down in cosmopolitan cities of India. We intend to help such victims to protect themselves and others with our research and findings. The survey is totally confidential and your answers will be treated in the strictest confidence.

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Slipper Distribution for needy in Bareilly

The evening of May 22, 2016 filled happiness and triumph in the lives of the underprivileged ones. A ‘happy feet’ (slipper and flip flop distribution) campaign  was organised by the volunteers of Bhartiya Yuva Netritva Forum with Indian Center for Development and Rights, to distribute the sleepers/flip-flop to needy. The event was leaded by a…

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Social Work Leadership Certificates

Youth Leadership Award – an award, for volunteers associated with iCFDR, BYNF or our network organizations who are continuously striving for a better society. Once candidates volunteered role at iCFDR is confirmed and are part of the Social Work Leadership Program, we firmly believe in rewarding these volunteers and members alike for their dedicated services…

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iCFDR launches Bharatiya Yuva Netritva Forum

iCFDR has initiated to launch a campaign to connect youth of the nation – students, professionals and self-employed. The new forum, Bharatiya Yuva Netritva Forum – BYNF (Indian Youth Leadership Forum), aims to connect youth of India for their personal and professional growth and also contribute to society’s welfare and nation building. iCFDR would act…

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