The existing SWAD Executive Body is completing its three years tenure in 2013-14 and the new Executive Body shall be formed shortly. 23rd SWAD Annual Function 2013 was held on 25th Dec'2013. On this occasion, President, SWAD presented through power point about the major activities undertaken by SWAD during last three years (FY 2011-12 till 2013-14) as under:-
Free Medical Camp –
In Jun’2012, SWAD had organised one week free medial camp covering the residents of almost 9 villages in Niti Valley (Dronagiri, Garpak, Kaga, Suing, Juma, Farkiya Gaon, Bampa, Niti & Gamshali) and provided medical check up & medicines to around more than 550 needy community people mostly from far flung areas not connected with main roads. The seven member’s team (comprised of three ladies & four gents) led by SWAD President visited the valley with their own expenditures and undertook this noble job with the assistance of Dr. D.S. Burfal successfully. Around Rs 45600/- was collected through donations & around Rs 31,000/- was spent in this camp & the remaining amount was deposited in the SWAD account.
Financial support to needy Rongpa people –
Towards doing justice to its social responsibilities, during 2011-12, SWAD provided financial support to needy Rongpa people particularly who came for medical treatment from outside Delhi. In this regard SWAD members donated more than 75,000/- generously for the support.
Uttarakhand Disaster Relief Mission –
During Jul-Aug’ 2013, SWAD had collected Rs 4.96 Lac through donation from 136 Rongpas & non-Rongpa donators from Delhi, Mumbai & Abroad and distributed among 76 disaster affected people of 6 Villages of Uttarakhand mainly Chamoli and Rudraprayag district. This time also the volunteers who led this mission met the cost of their own expenditure. The mission team comprised of Mr K.S. Kunwar, Mr. A.S. Dungriyal & Mr. L.S. Rawat.
Annual Functions Held at Places Of National Importance –
The 21st & 23rd SWAD annual functions were conducted successfully at the two places of national importance i.e. Nehru Museum & National Museum respectively in which more than 400 Rongpa members along their family & children participated whole heartedly. This overwhelming presence had encouraged the ladies & children to give their best performances on these occasions.
Future Tasks of SWAD –
SWAD has to concentrate on promoting following issues vigorously in order to take its aims & objectives to further heights:
- Strengthening the Financial Position of SWAD
- More Social Work Camps
- Connecting other Seemant Associations
- Liaison with Govt. Authorities