Do You Know Anything About Indian Social Responsibility Network, Who are They ?

ISRN members crossing the river. 

Guwahati, 14 July, 2022: Have you ever witnessed this in your real life? A passionate ground team from the Indian Social Responsibility Network has been regularly going to the far flung pockets of Nagaland and Meghalaya to provide vaccinations for all. While most of the areas are untouched due to lack of proper transport facilities, and influencing prejudices, the ISRN team has never stopped to reach the unreachable over the period of time. As said "We never felt tired. We always feel passionate about ensuring vaccinations for all. You can't imagine how difficult the roads are, but as you know, it doesn't matter for us. We want to prevent the Covid-19 at any cost..”, Dipushira, one of the ground team member, shared his words.

There is a huge difference between getting the Covid-19 vaccine in a cosmopolitan city and specially in a far-flung village in our country. When we think about getting the booster dose to prevent Covid-19, most of the population from Nagaland and Meghalaya are still in need of the first dose. Since the Indian Social Responsibility Network has been continuously reaching the most interior pockets of these areas, and has successfully vaccinated 1 lakh+ population irrespective of gender, cast, age and religion.

Through their work of dedication, ISRN has proven that no barriers can stop them but instead can lead towards a pathway of success. It has informed that ground team has been continuously mobilizing the community, conducting awareness campaigns to break prejudices. Most importantly, interacting with a large number of religious leaders, local influencers and many others to motivate the locals to get a vaccine to prevent Covid-19.

Apart from health interventions, the Indian Social Responsibility Network has also been working on the education sector and agriculture-based model to reach the most untouched population of the country.

What is ISRN?

The Indian Social Responsibility Network (ISRN) is a Not-For-Profit multi-dimensional facilitation network, established in July 2014, in the domain for Sustainable Development in India, has created a result-oriented platform among professionals from diverse disciplines, sectors and backgrounds with a vision and mission to channelize all relevant agencies to provide services to the unreachable parts of society. This common platform was needed to synergize the corporate organizations and the government to establish a network to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth to reach all facets of the community with the utmost efficiency.

Vaccinating the villagers by ISRN trained members and nurses. 

Organization believes in more opportunities for relationship building, where the corporate Instructions on the resources, technical skills and policies of the government could be planned jointly in such a way that collaboration of the key stakeholders could play pivotal roles in the effective utilization of the CSR funds and grants. ISRN has been able to deliver on the lines of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (Goal no; 1:No Poverty, 3:Good Health & Well Being, 4:Quality Education, 5:Gender Equality, 6: Clean Water Sanitation, 7: Affordable and Clean Energy, 10: Reduced Inequality, 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities, 13: Climate Action, 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions & 17: Partnership to Achieve the Goal), initiating the result-oriented impactful sustainable solutions in the sectors pertaining to Health, Education and Agriculture.

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