Wednesday, 26 November 2014



 As we gather with friends and family this Thanksgiving and reflect on all that we are grateful for, I want to thank you for all you do to help those in need.

Your partnership is what helps give people all over the world a reason to hope—from providing food to hungry families and clean water to the thirsty, to reaching out to underprivileged Children , those who are sick, and communities devastated during crisis.

You have helped touch the lives of those in desperate need, and we can’t thank you enough for all you do to serve and bless the poor.

Wishing you and your family a very blessed Thanksgiving,

Your partnership help us to feed 300+ children every day 

Anil Landge 
Executive Director

Mera Parivar -India 

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Mera Parivar reaching out 35 School in Gurgaon

Mera Parivar reaching out 35 School in Gurgaon  

Peers are persons who belong to the same age group and social cultural background. In addition to promoting healthy behaviours, we can build local capacity by training peer educators in effective communication and participatory approaches. Even after the end of a emergency communication initiative, these individuals can  continue to pass on messages through casual conversations with
friends, family members and their wider peer group.

Mera Parivar finding points to consider in tapping peer educators in an emergency in school programme :

1.     They can be easily organised in emergencies but you must invest in training which takes time.

2.     They need supportive supervision.

3.     Affected individuals can both give and receive information. Does not need to be costly

4.     If planned and supported well, can be an effective way to motivate people.

5.     Affected people may not have a lot of time in an emergency to participate in meetings.

6.     Sharing personal information may not be culturally acceptable in some affected communities and will require time to establish trust.

7.     Messages spread via word-of-mouth may diminish message accuracy.

Mera Parivar  

Friday, 11 July 2014

Vitamin A & Albandazol Tab to 10000 Children in Gurgaon

Mera Parivar partnership with US Vitamin-A  & Albandazol Tab for 10000 (ten thousand) Children in Gurgaon
Vitamin A is essential for the functioning of the immune system. Giving vitamin A supplements to children who need them increases their resistance to disease, and improves their chances for survival, growth and development.
Vitamin A deficiency (VAD) is a global problem. It affects more than 100 million children and is responsible for as many as one out of every four child deaths in regions, countries and communities where the problem exists. Now, there is also more and more evidence that VAD increases the risk of maternal death.

The Impact: vitamin A supplementation saves lives
Improving the vitamin A status of children Today Mera Parivar gave about 35 Children Vitamin A and Vaccination to Children with the help of Govt Hospital Nurse for distribution.  
Increases their chances of survival:
  • Reduces death from measles up to 50 per cent
  • Reduces death from diarrhea by 40 per cent
  • Reduces overall mortality by 25 per cent
Other health benefits:
  • Prevents night blindness, xerophthalmia, corneal destruction and blindness
  • May reduce birth defects
  • May prevent epithelial and perhaps other types of cancer
May reduce maternal mortality:

  • Improves resistance to infection
  • Helps reduce anemia
Mera Parivar wants to reach out 10000 Children in one year

Wednesday, 28 May 2014

give second change to Dilkhush

Dilkhush age 4 plus father name Badshaw and mother name Balatun  are from Bihar they work as daily wages labour lives in Sarai Village Gurgaon.

When Dilkhush was 16 month old his stomach was very big  continuous vomiting fever and complains of infection later was diagnosed as thalassemia.
Now he is suffering and need O+ive  blood every month to fight with thalassemia. However he is very active and going to school every day and hope for future and life in days to come
We appeal people to help this  boy to get blood on time or connect to some good NGO who can take responsibility.
Let’s give second chance to Dilkhush


Friday, 9 May 2014

Save Girls Child

Mera Parivar find out at Rajeev Nagar Gurgaon Haryana, many girls wanted to continue their study after 10 standard but their families  and their cultural belief and social taboo are forcing these girls to stop studying  As most of girls comes from Dalit back ground, elders of family assumes that if girls are more educated it will be more difficult to get right man(Wedding) within their tribe.

Girls were crying, because they are very bright student and serious about their studies.
 Mera Parivar is asking prospective partners to join hand and help these 12 girls school fees and others logistic since their parents does not want to give financial support.

Your partnership will change the future of 12 Girls   

India Bank: Axis Bank
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 910010007505280
Phone :9313037887

Anil Landge 
Executive Director