Give Ration to Poor People Worst Affected by Covid 19 in Rural Maharashtra (Navchetna)


Navchetana works in Beed district and strives for transforming unjust structures of the society from grass-roots and works as a catalyst for the betterment of rural communities by providing direct support to local communities. Navchetana aims at building harmonious and self-sufficient communities of diverse people, religions, languages, and cultures.

COVID-19 continues to ravage India and bring the food security and health care to its knees. More than half of new COVID-19 cases are coming from rural area. The desperate outcry of rural community for food is heart-wrenching and needs our immediate attention and aid to save lives.

With our grassroot presence we are committed to serve the most vulnerable population in Kaij block of Beed district and provide;
2500 ration and hygiene kits (sufficient for 30 days for each family)

Each Kit comprises of; 

  • Sugar 3 Kg
  • Tea powder 250 gram
  • Peanut 2 Kg
  • Besan 2 Kg
  • Tur dal 2 Kg
  • Salt 2 Kg
  • Turmeric powder 100 gram
  • Cumin seeds 100 gram
  • Poha 2 Kg
  • Masur dal 2 Kg
  • Soybean oil 3 Litre
  • Washing Powder 1 Kg
  • Soap for utensil cleaning 1 pack
  • Coconut oil 1 bottle
  • Suji ata 2 Kg
  • Chili powder 1 Kg
  • Sanitizer 1 bottle
  • Cotton Mask 5 pieces 
  • Sanitary pad 1 pack
  • Bathing soap 8  pieces


Beed district, Maharashtra


2500 families (12,500+ people) in 40 villages of Beed district impacted by the second wave of Covid 19 and needing ration and hygiene support.


Per kit cost: INR 2000 / USD $27.
Total budget: INR 5,000,000 (INR Twenty lakh / USD 67,567)

Navchetna is a registered charitable organization in India
All donations are tax-deductible under the 12A 80G

Navchetna is a registered under FCRA in India (please use the following bank details for foreign donations)

Account Name: Navchetna Sarvangin Vikas Kendra

Account Number: 1457104000105927

Bank: IDBI Bank LTD


District: Beed, Maharashtra


IFSC: IBKL0001457


Give Ration to Poor People Worst Affected by Covid 19 in Rural Maharashtra