Home For 50 Neglected Aged
Rosary Trust is running a home for the aged for last 20 years. About 200 neglected aged have been sheltered and taken care of. Now there are 50 aged. All the aged are from the nearby rural villages. The home is run in the village style. They are given simple food as to avoid any stomach problems. Medicines are also provided. They are clothed as well. All are done with the help of little donations got from generous and God fearing people.
Many aged are abandoned. They come to our home for the aged. But we are not able to take them because of lack of donations. We need to build more halls and more fund to accommodate them. The rural situations are becoming bad to worse. There is no rain for the last 35 years due to global heat. The village farmers can not cultivate anymore. The families are growing poorer and poorer. Poverty is creeping into the area like earth worms.
The aged are more vulnerable to the poverty situations. They are made to work. They are not respected. They are not given food. Finally they are driven out. They can not go to the cities. If they go to the city, the homes there do not take them. Thus the rural aged persons are twice driven out. Rosary Trust is running a village home for the aged to take care of the rural neglected aged. This is a twice challenged problem.
Urgent Need of 50 Plastic Chairs
The home for aged does not have proper furniture. There is no chairs and benches for the 50 aged to sit and chat. The aged need to relax a lot in their old age. And anyone can come and chat with aged to have old wisdoms. The only few old chairs are worn out or broken. It urgently needs 50 plastic chairs for them.
It costs USD 11 to purchase 1 plastic chair. Thus USD 550 is needed to purchase 50 plastic chairs for the home for 50 neglected aged.
Rosary Trust totally depend on the generous people for donations to run this home for aged. Locally people are poor. So it needs help from outside the country. So generous people please help Rosary Trust with your kindness.
Present Aged Center Building