Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life; means, because it empowers an individual to earn his/her livelihood and the end because it increases one's awareness on a range of issues ‒ from healthcare to appropriate social behavior to understanding one's rights, and in the process evolve as a better citizen.
Centre for education for Minority Children, the agency has set up 3 nos. of educational centre at Gopalpur, Ahiyas and Binjharpur area of Jajpur district. In addition to imparting general education, the children also gain diﬀerent types of Coaching on Orissa JEE and other Competitive examination and vocational education on skill development training such as Kitchen Garden and tailoring training for women.
Career Counseling Centre at Jajpur Town where counseling was given on military, para military and police services.
Educational Complex for ST Girls: The organization has set up educational complex for ST girls at Barbil of Keonjhar district. 100 nos. of ST girls admitted in the school. In addition to imparting general education, the children were provided with training on Yoga and provisions for outdoor games and sports are also available in the educational complex.
Wide publicity of Govt.welfare scheme
In Orissa there is no reason why people in a district should come to Bhubaneswar to get their problems solved. This negates the very notion of self- governance. In order to bring governance closer to people, ever y district will have a District Government with all necessary powers. All local governments will be empowered with funds, functions and functionaries. Orissa is a state of villages, 80% of the population are staying in rural village. Observing the social and economic states of rural people, one can easily ﬁnd out the acute poverty of the village. Many welfare schemes and programmes has introduced by Govt. for poverty eradication of the rural areas, but the people are not yet to get all sorts of the beneﬁts provided by the government. Because people staying in villages don't know about the policies and guideline of Govt. scheme meant for their welfare. For which the beneﬁciary's are not getting the welfare services and only the elite groups who are involved in such welfare scheme are always beneﬁted. The only reason for this is lack of proper information. So LNSP of Jajpur has been involving general people in its institutional revolution i.e. Power to people by ensuring a Citizen centered governance process that will establish the link between general population and the government. So to spread information on Govt. welfare scheme and programmes among the people of Jajpur district, intensive publicity was made through awareness.
Programme on Tuberculosis Awareness
Tuberculosis (TB) is a common and often deadly infectious disease caused by mycobacteria, usually Mycobacterium tuberculos is in humans . Tuberculosis usually attacks the lungs but can also aﬀect other parts of the body. It is spread through the air, when people who have the disease cough, sneeze, or spit. Most infections in humans result in an asymptomatic, latent infection, and about one in ten latent infections eventually progresses to active disease, which, if left untreated, kills more than half of its victims. The classic symptoms are a chronic cough with blood-tinged sputum, fever, night sweats, and weight loss. Infection of other organs causes a wide range of symptoms. So LNSP continued,
like adulteration in consumable products, ISI mark and AGA mark of products and validity period/expiry date and so on. The agency implemented the consumer rights programme in diﬀerent blocks of Jajpur district.
During the Current ﬁnancial year the organization has implemented such types of awareness programme in Bari, Rasulpur, Korei and Binjharpur block of Jajpur district. Practicing physicians were invited as resource persons and told the participants what to do in case of suspected cases of TB.
Drug Eradication Programme
Drug addiction is a complex brain disease. It is c h a r a c t e r i z e d b y co m p u l s i v e , a t t i m e s uncontrollable, drug craving, seeking, and use that persist even in the face of extremely negative consequences. Drug seeking becomes compulsive, in large part as a result of the eﬀects of prolonged drug use on brain functioning and, thus, on behavior. For many people, drug addiction becomes chronic, with relapses possible even after long periods of abstinence.
he youth of today are addicted to a variety of drugs, which ruin their physical, psychological and mental health. Particularly in tribal Community many youths are aﬀected with this addiction. Many a times due to insensitive handling of the drug addicts by their respective families it leads to broken homes. People with addiction and substance users need to be handled carefully.
Campaign against Child labour
The future of a community is in the well being of its children. Child labor in Orissa is a human right issue for the whole world. It is a serious and extensive problem, with many children under the age of fourteen working in dhabas, hotels, garages, construction sites, bidi rolling units, carpet making factories, glass blowing units and making ﬁreworks
with bare little hands. Though there are legal provisions against employing child labours in hazardous activities no body seems to bother about it. The main reason behind employing child labour is lack of sensitivity among the employers. According to the statistics given by Indian government there are 20 million child laborers in the country, while other agencies claim that it is 50 million. LNSP launched a sustained campaign on Prevention of Employing
Child labour in its each operational districts. In order to achieve the objectives we organized rallies, workshops, and seminars in each operational area. In addition to making awareness campaign the agency is also trying to get some of these children admitted into formal schools.
Awareness on Road Safety
Right from the birth, human beings develop a sense of safety to protect themselves f rom the environment. Safety is not only necessary for the individual but also for the society on the whole. The population now has grown up to an alarming level. Earlier, when there was no much pressure on land, man was free to move from place to place at his will. Now the condition is diﬀerent. Over the past few years there has been an unprecedented rise in the vehicular traﬃc as a result of which many accidents are taking place on a regular basis. Sometimes many of these accidents become fatal. As a matter of fact most of the accidents occur due to the ignorance of the road users, which can be avoided by adhering to simple rules of road use. In order to spread the message of using the road safely Laxmi Narayan Seva Pratisthan organized rallies. Roadsides meetings to educate the people to use the road safely. On this occasion pamphlets, handbills, stickers were distributed containing the message of common road rules, which should be adhered to by all the road users.
Skill Development Training Programme Under the Flagship of JSS
Skill Development is the process of identifying the skill gaps and developing and honing these skills of individuals. The mail objectives of the skill india programme is to provide adequate training in market-relevant skills to unemployed youths by 2022. It also aims to create opportunities for the development of talent within the country and improve the overall scope and space for underdeveloped sectors. In reference to Jajpur district of Odisha state Rural poor boys and Girls go up to matriculation standard and then stop education without having any skill. LNSP has started Skill training programme to impart the Skill Training to the rural youth under the ﬂagship of Jana Sikhan Sansthan (JSS) since 2007. The main objectives of JSS skill certiﬁcation training scheme is to enable a large number of rural youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood.
LNSP conducts survey in rural communities to identify youth in need of training through evaluation of economic condition, educational Background and willingness to learn. After enrolling required number of students in diﬀerent sectors, LNSP carries out the training programme in its JSS campus. LNSP appointed qualiﬁed and experienced technical staﬀ. For value addition, there are regular guest lecturers from experts of the subject. At the campus there is a workshop of machineries & tools to provide practical knowledge in every sectors. Apart from regular teaching aids and practical in workshop, there are also arrangements to facilitate on job training to these poor youth. After completion of training in the campus, the successful candidates referred for internship in the industries. This gives them a platform to acquire skills and make even more competent. LNSP has tied up with some renowned industries in Odisha who has a demand for skilled workforce. After completion of rigorous training in Diﬀerent sectors, these students get placed on wages in the respective industries easily.
Village Development Programme
In the recent year Laxmi Narayan Seva Pratisthan has involved in Village development Planning process programme. In this awareness programme people have become aware of their own problems, identiﬁed their issues, Identiﬁed the resources of the villages and planned for their utilization. 12 village plan completed also 12 nos of consultation meeting has held with the stakeholders of the village. As per the village and GP plan 04 bore well, 9 CC roads, 06 farm ponds, 02 check dams, 02 approach roads and 06 tube wells constructed and 03 in process with the help of local administration. Community level workshops were organized to facilitate the capacity development at the community level to sustain the cooperatives. In these workshops various important issues concerning their well being such as agriculture development, health, sanitation
The year 2019 ‒ 2020 was an eventful year for Laxmi Narayan Seva Pratisthan in which it undertook many meaningful programmes for the target group. In spite of many achievements we faced certain diﬃculties. The biggest hurdle for attaining the long-term goals for the organization was lack of resources. There was absolutely no external assistance except form some individuals and local organizations. So all the envisaged activities for the year could not be pursued in the right earnest. Thus it was decided that the organization will seek ﬁnancial assistance from various government and nongovernmental sources to implement al the programmes eﬀectively. In the next ﬁnancial year we would like to put more emphasis on Skill Development Training Programme, Programmes for the Senior Citizens, Women Empowerment and Agricultural Development etc.