Remember the Poorest Community

Health & Nutrition - RPC

Health & Nutrition

Starting from its establishment, 20 years back, where the prevalence of HIV AIDS was high and its impact was devastating, RPC has intensively engaged and reached hundreds of thousands of the most vulnerable, affected and infected people with prevention and control interventions. For people living with HIV AIDS, RPC has been providing home-to-home care and support work. The effort of RPC along with all the efforts across the nation have been fruitful and the pandemic is tackled now.
In addition to this, RPC is providing medical care services for OVCs under his programs to keep them healthy and enable them to attend their school regularly.

One among the critical problem of OVCs to enroll and attend school is lack food. The major reason for continuous increase in dropout rate is lack of food as they are coming from the most destitute family. Considering this fact, RPC has been providing school feeding and snack services to the OVCs in school. For the past five years, RPC has been feeding around 1500 OVCs every academic year with nutritious food and snack services. This has resulted in significant improvement in academic performance, physical & cognitive development, and social skills. Above all, the school feeding has resulted in zero dropout rates in the schools.

Key services RPC provide is feeding the children at school.


Since its establishment, RPC has been serving with key thematic areas of Community Empowerment, Education, Nutrition, Health, IGA/SHG and Rehabilitation programs.

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