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Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation (BRLF) was set up by the Government of India as an independent society under the Ministry of Rural Development, to scale up civil society action in partnership with the central and state governments. The Union Cabinet decided to form Bharat Rural Livelihoods Foundation (BRLF) through a cabinet decision on 3rd September 2013 to ensure better implementation and outreach of the government schemes and programmes in partnership with civil society organizations. It came into existence as an independent society on 10th December 2013 with an initial sanctioned amount of INR 500 crore to be allocated in two instalments to create the corpus of this new society.


Relief Work
Recognizing the need for urgent action, BRLF initiated relief measures as the immediate response targeting 8500 most vulnerable households in 16 blocks in 10 districts in Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal. The relief measures include (a) distribution of ration and essential items to last 15-20 days (b) supporting village level quarantine camps by facilitating community kitchens, providing disinfectant and sanitization material (c) spreading awareness on precautionary measures to combat COVID-19. The relief work is being implemented on ground through our CSO partners who are working in respective geographies for past 5-10 years and understand the local community very well.
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Distribution of Ration and essential items to the villagers