Pravin Doke
02 Dec, 9:57 AM
Rotary's initiative to empower rural women

Rotary Club of Pune Far-East has adopted Tambe village in Junnar taluka. In this village, Rotary has so far helped the citizens to set up businesses by adding many useful items to their livelihood and agriculture. Also, construction of school building of Zilla Parishad, toilets, playgrounds and cows have been distributed to the families below poverty line for subsistence. As a result, many students in the village have been able to get education and farmers have started dairy business.

Six classrooms have been constructed for the students to get proper education. Also, one cow has been given to 26 families living below poverty line. At present development work is being undertaken in Amboli village in Junnar taluka. President Dinesh Oswal, Secretary Jayesh Ashar, Secretary Sujit Doshi, Happy Village Director Pankaj Patel and other office bearers have made significant contributions in the development of the villages.

Regarding this, Dinesh Oswal, President, Rotary Club of Pune Far East, said that the main objective of our club is to develop some villages in the remote areas of the district by adopting them. Students are provided with toilets, playgrounds and materials, laboratories, personal help for children's education. Computers and some other items are also provided for solving the water problem of the village, materials required by the gram panchayat. Educating senior citizens is an important task. These works have been done in Ambe village of Junnar taluka.

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