Report by Akshya Rout, Keonjhar: Kashvi International Ltd, (KIL) Keonjhar based, leading private orgainsation has decided to expand its social service network
throughout the district.
“Our main aim is to see Keonjhar as a developed district in every respect, hence we are contemplating to initiate new projects which will really improve the socio-economic conditions of the poor tribal,” said director of the company Er. Debabratta Behera.
It is stated here that, the company has initiated a project named as ‘Gyanodaya Charitable Trust’ which aims at the betterment of the sports in this district since its inception in 2007. “Our trust has organized a state level chess championship to provide a platform to the children,” said Behera.
Behera also informed that 40 per cent of the profits of the companyare being utilized for the social service. The company has also opened an orphanage named as ‘Ujjayan’ where nearly 28 orphan poor children are getting free education, shelter, food and all types of support in order to provide a better life to them. Notably, in rainy day the organization provides umbrella to the poor tribal of the district as drinking water in summer, warm clothes in winter. “Our orgnisation is committed to provide all possible helps to the poor and downtrodden particularly the tribal to ensure a life withdignity and security,” said Behera adding that his organization will also contemplating to introduce new project for the socio-economic development of poor tribal.
Notably, the director of organisaion Behera, has also received the Government Best Social Worker Award in 2010 and Keonjhar Sanman in 2012 respectively. “We believe that service to mankind s service to God. We will provide all possible supports and helps t the poor people to ensure that they are living a life with dignity,” observed Behera.
Locals also appreciated the noble initiatives of the company which spends most of its profits for the welfare of the needy people. “Really, the initiative undertaken by the company to make Keonjhar a developed district is remarkable,” said Manmath Sahoo, a local.