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Maharashtra Woman Rows 18 km Daily To Help Children, Expecting Mothers


Relu Vasave belongs to Nashik and has grown up close to Narmada.

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In an try to assist folks amid the pandemic, Relu Vasave, an Anganwadi employee from Maharashtra’s Nandurbar rows 18 kilometers to inside villages daily to take care of tribal kids under six years and anticipating moms.

Ms Relu belongs to Nashik and has grown up close to Narmada, the place she realized swimming. Since April, she began visiting new child tribal infants and anticipating moms from the hamlets of Aligat and Dadar in order that they don’t miss out on their correct medical care and vitamin.

Being an Anganwadi member, she is meant to maintain checking the burden, well being, and correct progress of newborns and their moms.

“It is not easy to row every day. My hands pain by the time I am back home in the evening. But that doesn’t worry me. It’s important that babies and expecting mothers eat nutritious food and remain healthy. I will keep visiting these hamlets till things improve on the COVID-19 front,” Ms Relu advised ANI.

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She has obtained heaps of praises from the tribal folks for the hassle throughout this pandemic.

Her work has lastly reached the Chief Minister’s workplace and Chief government of the Nandurbar Zilla Parishad the place she was personally praised for her nice work on the CM’s behalf.



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