PPT is constantly evaluating the current situation of the wage laborers, construction workers, landless labors, migrant laborers, tribal, slum dwellers, street vendors, aged persons, poor pregnant women and village vendors and other vulnerable in the project area.
Nation-wide Lockdown and maintaining social distancing to support the campaign on “Stay at Home” , a huge number of poor people are struggling in starvation due to lack of food grains & groceries to cook food, because People living in rural villages, particularly tribal and other backward communities are dependent on their daily wages, but the current situation made them to sit in the houses. Children, Women & Ages are more vulnerable, because they can’t tolerate the hunger. Infants are need for milk & other supplementary food, but no scope to buy. Aged people special attention in their health, like medical care & nutritious food, they too are suffering now. Pregnant Women are in the worst case in the project area, who requires nutritious food, but they long for their daily regular food and avoid starvation.
- DRY RATION
- FACE MASKS
- PPE to FRONTLINE WORKERS
- SANITIZERS AND HAND WASH
- DISINFECTANT SPRAY
Praja Pragathi Trust inaugurated Flexi banners on CORONA Virus (COVID-19) that indicates safety precautions and do’s and don’ts from CORONA VIRUS, which are displayed on the Railway Paltforms of Tirupathi Station. Station Director Sri. Nagaramana Sharma, SMR Sri. Rajendra Prasad, CCI Sri. Parmeshwar Raju and Childline team participated.
Praja Pragathi Trust supported by providing nutrition support to Cleaning staff ( 20 families) and given awareness on prevention from Covid-19, maintaining Social Distance . In this program SMR Sri. Rajendra prasad, RPF Inspector, Sri. Saidaiah , Sri. Srinivasulu, Chairman, PPT and Jyothi, Nodal coordinator, Child line participated