MNR Aiming Rural Transformation

Rural Health

Rural Health care is one of the biggest challenges faced in India. 70% of its population is living in rural areas with a low level of health facilities. Day by day disease prevalance is rising and the mortality rate is high.

MNR believes that healthcare is a privilege for every individual in society. It also understands the lack of quality healthcare facilities, infrastructure, lack of awareness, and dearth of qualified medical personnel, and non-availability of medicines, medication, and medical facilities. Considering the grim facts it understood the dire need for quality and timely healthcare facilities reaching the rural areas.

MNR aimed to reach out to these rural areas with quality healthcare. It believes that success and effectiveness only come from the planned and frequent implementation of various health camps in rural areas. It also believed technology can be an advantage for improving health care and wasting no time introduced high-quality with the latest technology in developing health care in Telangana State, particularly in and around Sangareddy, Telangana State.

Rural Sanitation

India has taken many steps and efforts to provide safe sanitation in rural areas. MNR in its part started to raise awareness about sanitation and hygiene through its rural camps so that they can understand the need for safe sanitation and good hygiene.

MNR aims to improve health and quality of life in rural areas. Sanitation in general, refers to public health conditions; it is related to clean drinking water, clean environment, adequate treatment, and disposal of human excreta and sewage. Awareness of preventing human contact with feces is a part of sanitation and educates them about washing their hands with soap.

Awareness of the importance of sanitation as it protects human health by a clean environment that will stop the spreading and transmission of diseases through the fecal-oral route, ex: diarrhea. Many other diseases that are transmitted in communities that have a low level of sanitation, such as cholera, trachoma, hepatitis, etc.

Youth Empowerment

“If we can empower the youth today they can lead the tomorrow”. Youth empowerment is a process where young people are encouraged to take charge of their lives. Statistics show that every third person in India is a youth and the working population in India is increasing, pointing to the fact that youth will make a significant contribution to the economic development of the country.

MNR empowered many youths in their 46 years of Educational journey. It always encourages the young students to take charge of their lives by addressing their situation and problem and then takes action to improve their access to resources and transform themselves, their perspective, beliefs, values, and their attitudes.

MNR believes that to make the youth stronger and more confidant, they need the right educational infrastructure, training, and teaching to develop their skills, and academic knowledge, and thus shape them so that they can become future professionals and entrepreneurs.

MNR also believes that youth empowerment is achieved by improving and enriching the quality of life with quality education and also encouraging the students in participating in youth empowerment programs. Over and above to make them believe that they have the power to bring change in themselves and society.

MNR Educational Trust considering all the above facts dedicated itself to the welfare and betterment of the students by implementing all the necessary means and facilities to empower the youth. We train and empower students to actively participate in the development of the community and undertake social responsibility and community engagements.

Women Empowerment

March 8th is celebrated as International Women’s Day. The theme is “Choose to Challenge”. A challenging world is an alert world. And from challenge comes change.

Women deserve and want an equal future free from stigma, stereotypes, and violence; they deserve a future that’s sustainable, peaceful, with equal rights and opportunities.

Women empowerment can be defined in many ways the significant question that arises here is how can rural women be sustainably empowered? MNR strives for the empowerment of women by training and implementing many awareness programs on the campus and through rural medical camps. It also organizes workshops for staff and students by eminent personalities.

MNR follows some objectives to empower women as below:

  • Raising their status through education and training
  • Education, health, and safe sanitation Awareness
  • Art of Investment and Training them to improve their lives, business, social, economic, and financial skills so that they can benefit from production, trade, and finance
  • To inculcate entrepreneurial attitude among young girls so that they can be “job givers” rather than “job seekers”
  • To make them believe and make them understand that Empowered women can have and enjoy a happy family life
  • To inculcate the idea that child abuses, child marriages, dowry harassments, and killings, discrimination, female feticide, etc., and other harmful acts can be stopped by women empowerment
  • Organizing seminars and workshops to impart knowledge of opportunities and programs for women to be financially, mentally, and emotionally empowered so that they can promote their growth as individuals in their capacity
  • Need of having bank accounts in their names
  • Accepting women viewpoints or making an effort to do so
  • Empowering rural women to claim their rights to land, leadership, opportunities, and choices
  • To promote a culture of respect, dignity, equality for women, equal rights, opportunities, and participation
  • Encouraging them to participate in shaping laws, policies, and programs
  • Identification of strong leaders who make quick and wise decisions and who can guide others
  • To make them understand that empowered and educated women are less likely to fall prey to sexual abuse, domestic abuse, and harassment at the workplace
  • Awareness and training to market their goods and thus make a substantial contribution to economic growth.