- Team was busy working on micro-plans for Kolitmara, Narhar, Khapa, Tuiyapaar, Mehkepaar, Surera, Ghatkukda, Kirangisara, Usaripar, Sawara, Wagholi
- One shramdhaan to clean a waterhole at Ghatpendari
- One shramdhaan to clean a water tank , hanging water pots for birds at Ghoti
- Field assistant Bandu Uikey joined Forest Department staff in water hole census
- Field assistant Bandu Uikey joined Forest Department staff on anti-poaching patrols four times
- Assisted in fighting fires in forest once
- 6 medical camps – 183 patients treated
- Tribal Dance group earned Rs 4,000 during the month
- 6 unemployed youths placed in jobs
On May 6, field assistant Bandu Uikey joined local staff of the Forest Department in a water hole census at Bailghat waterhole.
|Waterhole cleaning at Khamba|
On May 17, Dilip led 9 children from Kadbikheda village on a nature trail in the jungle adjoining the village. On the trail, Dilip explained to the children them the importance of trees and wild life in our ecosystem.
During the month, our team also worked with the Forest Department in preparing micro-plans. As part of this exercise, we held awareness programmes jointly with the Department in villages to explain to the villagers about micro-plans, Joint Forest Management and Eco-Development Committees.
A tribal dance group, comprising villagers from Sawara, earned Rs 4,000 in May through 2 programmes. The group was set up with our assistance and we help it by speaking to resort owners to organize performances by the group.
|Tribal dance performance at Royal Jungle Retreat|
Mobile Health Unit (MHU)