Jandaksha Trust was recently visited by six naturopathy students and one instructor from Melbourne, Australia. The seven women contacted JDT about Project Sambal, our cancer prevention and awareness programme, to learn more about cancer treatment in Udaipur and the surrounding area.
At the JDT head office in Udaipur, the group met with staff and listened to a presentation about Jandaksha’s current efforts to empower women and support the migrant community. Mr. Sanjay Singh also spoke about the current activities of Project Sambal. JDT is continuing to reach out to community members and provide necessary support, education, and services, despite an ongoing lack of funding.
From the Dainik Navajyoti newspaper, 9th December 2019: Drinking Water Crisis in Raghunathpura Residents of Raghunathpura village, adopted by Sukhadia University, submitted a memorandum to Collector Anandi on Monday to inform him about the water crisis problems. The villagers said that tubewells are installed in the village in two panaghat schemes, but due to the high level of chemicals in the water, the white layer freezes. Therefore, the villagers are facing problems like stones. Earlier, instructions were given to the water supply department in the letter about this problem, but till today nothing has been done. It has been demanded that the village be connected to the main pipeline and given pure water.