Health is wealth – a popular adage we have heard for years. Why does everyone emphasis on it so much? At Light of Life Trust our main aim is to provide enriching and fulfilling lives to our beneficiaries, which include both physical and mental health.
Even during the pandemic, Light of Life Trust has time and again introduced activities to keep the physical health and mental health of their beneficiaries in check. Firstly, at the beginning of the pandemic when everyone had several questions in mind about the coronavirus, two doctors were assigned to talk to the beneficiaries over call and clear all their doubts and pacify them. Over the last few months, the doctors have been extremely active and have made sure that the correct awareness is spread about Covid-19.
The pandemic because of its effects such as job loss, unemployment, lack of money, schools shutting down as taken a huge toll on many of our beneficiaries. But Light of Life Trust did not want them to feel like they were alone in this battle. With this objective in mind, LOLT started personality development and meditation programmes at a lot of our centres. The students were encouraged to take this up on a regular basis and regular follow ups were also done by our social work team.
From mental health to physical health. Light of Life Trust has also been taking keen interest in the physical health of its beneficiaries, especially children.The Jagruti project of Light of Life Trust in collaboration with Rallis India conducted awareness session on menstruation & menstrual hygiene via Google Meet. Representatives from Rallis India, staff & beneficiaries from livelihood & MMU of Karjat, Murbad, Nandurbar, Cuffe Parade participated in this session.
An initiative of sanitary pad distribution was conducted at the Karjat and Murbad regions for MMU and livelihood beneficiaries. The sanitary pads have been donated by NGO Akshara.
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