Vichakshan Foundation

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Mission Temple Geotagging

Mission Temple Geo-tagging refers to the process of attaching geographic information to digital images, videos, or other media related to Mission temples. This can be done by manually entering the location informa-tion or by using GPS technology to automatically capture the location data. The geographic information is then embedded in the media file’s metadata, which can be read by software applications to display the location of the Mission temple on a map. Geotagging can be useful for various purposes such as creating historical records, monitoring the condition of temples and their surroundings, creating virtual tours, and promoting tourism. It can also be used to create a database of all the Mission temples with their location and other details, which can be accessed by interested parties such as researchers, conservationists, and tourists.

Mission read India

The Read India mission includes a specific focus on developing reading habits amongst the youth population. The mission aims to promote reading among young people as a way to improve their literacy skills and overall educational outcomes. This includes providing access to reading materials, creating reading clubs and libraries, and promoting the use of technology such asmobile-based learning and digital learning materials. The mission also includes a focus on developing reading skills for children in schools. This includes providing access to age-appropriate reading materials, encouraging teachers to incorporate reading activities into their curriculum, and promoting reading as a leisure activity. By fostering a culture of reading amongst the youth, the mission aims to improve their literacy skills and overall educational outcomes, and to create a generation of lifelong learners.

In addition, the mission also encour-age the youth to participate in reading campaigns, reading competitions, book fairs and other activities that promote reading and create a culture of reading in their communities.

Transformation Of Villages into Smart Villages

Transformation of villages into smart villages refers to the process of integrating technology and modern infrastructure into rural areas to improve the standard of living and overall quality of life for residents. This can include the installation of smart grids for electricity, internet connectivity, and other communication networks, as well as the devel- opment of smart housing, transportation, and other infrastructure. Smart village development can have many benefits such as:

Sports Infrastructure Facility Development

Sports infrastructure facility development amongst tribals refers to the planning, construction, and maintenance of sports facilities and venues specifically for tribal communities. This can include building and maintaining sports fields, courts, and arenas in tribal areas, as well as providing equipment and training for sports such as basketball, soccer, and volleyball.

Developing sports infrastructure in tribal communities can have many benefits, including promoting physical fitness and health, encouraging social interaction and community building, and providing opportunities for youth to engage in positive and constructive activities. It can also help to preserve and promote traditional sports and games that are an important part of tribal culture.

Mobile Medical Unit

A mobile medical unit for tribals would be a vehicle or trailer equipped with medical equipment and staffed with trained medical professionals that is designed to provide medical care and services to members of a tribal community in remote or hard-to-reach locations.

This type of unit would typically be equipped with examina- tion rooms, diagnostic equipment, and medications, and would be staffed with doctors, nurses, and other medical per- sonnel. It would also likely be staffed with individuals who are familiar with the cultural and linguistic needs of the commu- nity, to ensure that the care provided is culturally sensitive and appropriate. 

The mobile medical unit would be able to travel to different locations within the tribal community, to provide medical care to people who might otherwise have difficulty accessing healthcare services.

Sanitary Napking Vending machine in Dalit Vasti and Tribal Area

For tribal and dalit women the reasons for not using sanitary napkins are many. The cost of sanitary napkins is very high and one napkin can be used only once. Some tribal areas have only one shop in the entire area, where as in some areas, there were no shops. The area shops did not sell sanitary napkins because there was no demand. The reason for no demand was that the males run the shop and women will not go to men to buy sanitary napkins for the cultural taboos. Vichakshan Foundation provides sanitary napkin vending machines in required areas. The Foundation will take care of the privacy of beneficiaries to avoid failure of the project.