Once again Naata foundation is in action for Aarey forest residential area Tribal communities.
Due to frequent leopard attacks, the tribal residents of Aarey feel very unsafe at night. This is more of an issue as they don’t have proper lights and no electricity in most parts. A village of over 500 residents have only one street light between them. On our recent visit to Aarey forest, the villagers have requested us to install lights in all corners of the village and in their community toilet spaces so they can use it without any fear.
We team have decided to provide each village with 8 led lamps so that we can reduce the threats faced by the tribal villagers. We have such 8 villages which needs the light urgently.
We have provided them with the led Floodlights .we have liten up 2 villages in Aarey and looking forward to reach out to every Corner where light is needed.
So i request the partner in service please support us to execute execution of this drive by supporting us.
Our special thanks to Rotary club of Bombay film City my own club and Rotary club of Bombay North End.
We also thanks Sandip Gadve, Vaibhav Kamble,Rekha Rammunshi and Vilas to help us to find out the village
Special thanks to Jayesh Bhese, Kalpesh Bhese and Krishna for helping us to execute this project smoothly.
Brief Introduction to Naata Foundation :
A city based NGO works for Tribal peoples very much active in Goregaon Aarey colony. Naata Foundation Chief Anuja Shah is very much popular among the villagers of Aarey colony for her remarkable social work and charity. Anuja Shah is also associated with Rotary Club 3141.
News Input and project by Anuja Shah, Founder, Naata Foundation.