COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Services By Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, Vrindaban

 


Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, Vrindaban, is continuing the COVID-19 relief services to the people affected in the lockdown due to the pandemic.

On 25 May 2020, the Vrindaban ashrama distributed ration kits to 93 families.

Each ration kit contains — rice 5 kg, flour 5 kg, Moong Dal 1 kg, cooking oil 1 ltr, salt 1 kg, sugar 500gm, tea, milk powder, haldi powder, and soap 1 pc.

On 18 May 2020, the Vrindaban ashrama distributed ration kits to 50 families.

Each ration kit contains — rice 5 kg, Wheat flour 5 kg, Moong Dal 2 kg, potato 4 kg, cooking oil 1 ltr, salt 1 kg, soap 1 pc.

On 12 May 2020, the ashrama distributed ration kits to 172 families of Vrindaban.

On 3 May 2020, Vrindaban ashrama distributed ration kits to 247 families.

Each ration kit contains — rice 5 kg, Wheat flour 5 kg, Moong Dal 2 kg, potato 4 kg, cooking oil 1 ltr, salt 1 kg, soap 1 pc, protein powder 200gm 2 pkts.


From 27 March to 14 April 2020, the ashrama is distributing 700 plates of cooked food every day, covering different places of Vrindavan, and 11,400 poor and needy people have been served.

As per the suggestions of local people and their food habits, the ashrama changed the menu of food to Rice, Rajma curry/Matar-Chana-Soyabean- Paneer curry and Kheer.

The ashrama also distributed ration kits to 90 women.

The dry ration kit contain 10 kg rice, 5 kg wheat flour, 2 kg moong dal, 1 ltr cooking oil, 500 gm sugar and 1 kg salt.



On  3 April 2020 Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, Vrindaban distributed food kits conssiting of Rice – 10 kg, Atta – 05 kg, Mung Dal – 02 kg,Cooking Oil – 01 Litre,Salt – 01 kg and Sugar  –  ½ kg to 90 women, whose male members in the family ( husband, son) have lost their jobs, due to Lockdown.


Ramakrishna Mission Sevashram, Vrindavan is continuing the COVID-19 pandemic relief services for the affected people.

On observation of the grim situation, the Ashrama is serving 500 to 600, covering more people in different places of Vrindavan. As per the suggestions of local people and their food habits, the Ashrama are changed the menu to Rice, Rajma curry and Kheer (Payes).



Ramakrishna Mission Sevashram, Vrindavan has started COVID-19 pandemic Relief services for labours, Sadhus and beggars stranded due to Corona Virus Lockdown. On 27 March 2020, Khichuri, Alurdam and Chatni were served to 200 starving persons, at various places in Vrindavan.


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