A-Z April '14

Thriving Oasis


The most basic necessity of a human being is food, and if he is well fed he can strive for the rest of the targets. Just imagine a half fed child being sent to school or work(that is a another issue)…will he/she be able to study or work whole heartedly?

Bantoli, India; Tasarpu, Nepal; and Otinibi, Ghana: Life is changing and people are rising above what has been called “the relentless downward cycle of poverty.”

images (4)Due to fully fed stomachs and peaceful minds the crime rate has reduced in these particular area isn’t it unbelievable?

Yes…of course.

TPRF (and indeed many more devoted organizations) has given a fulfilling life with dignity peace and prosperity to many children.

TPRF Food for People – a model food program helps communities emerge from poverty.download (1)

The Mission of TPRF is a simple one: to address the fundamental human needs of food, water and peace so that people can live with dignity, peace and prosperity.

TPRF’s Peace Education Program is providing a curriculum for peace education in prisons, hospitals, colleges, and community groups.

Peace for People — Personal peace, a fundamental human need, provides the foundation for world download (2)peace.

TPRF has helped provide rapid and effectively placed humanitarian assistance in 39 countries.

These endless efforts promise a thriving generation that will definitely make this world a best place to live.


A pinch of Pollyannaism-

A study in America has shown that performing a kind act everyday can have lots of benefits in your work life and social life, and these acts of kindness magically change into a habit and we want to enjoy that pleasure of selfless giving again and again.

This post is written for:

 Blogging from A-Z Challenge (April 2014)

&  Ultimate Blog Challenge (April 2014)


Picture Courtesy: Google Images

5 thoughts on “Thriving Oasis”

  1. A wonderful cause! creds to all volunteers. I also deeply believe that a random act of kindness can only bring good things back at you… Thanks for sharing:-)

  2. I’m glad to see organisations like these starting in India. thanks for this information. You are so right – Everyone is special.

  3. Thank you for sharing… Indeed going on a emoty stomach one odd day gives me sleepless night! So imagine….

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