Support Late Saroj Narayan Barik's Family

Saroj Barik Narayan, was 34 year old on the fateful day of 5th November, 2016 which took his life while trying to save a drowning colleague in the unforgiving Gopad River, in Sihawal Block, Siddhi, Madhya Pradesh. Seeing one of his colleague drowning, this brave-heart dived into the deep cold water but lost his control. We lost a courageous, free spirited, ever helpful and caring person. Saroj joined PRADAN, a national level NGO right after his B. Sc. Forestry from the OUAT, Odisha in their Rayagada team. He was working for the livelihood enhancement in remote pockets through various means and helping communities get access to basic rights and entitlements in places where Government machinery found it hard to reach. He later shifted to Sihawal in Siddhi District in MP in 2014 and started working with rural women.

We are trying to extend as much support as possible to his family. The contribution raised would go to support his  parents who were dependent on him emotionally and financially. Parents of such brave, young and dynamic person will feel the emptiness of losing him at such an age. Securing them financially is the least we can do. Contribute now. 
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25th February 2017
Due to certain queries from certain well wishers willing to contribute the Dates has been extended till 30th Mar so if anyone wants to support the campaign would be able to donate.
We will transfer the amount to the account of Mrs. Jyotsna Barik, mother of Lt. Saroj Barik.

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raised of Rs.250,000 goal

61 Supporters

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Supporters (61)

Andy donated US $25
about 1 year ago

May the Lord comfort his family. He is a hero.

Anonymous donated US $50
over 1 year ago
Anonymous donated Rs.2,500
over 1 year ago
Anoj donated Rs.100
over 1 year ago
Rakesh donated Rs.1,000
over 1 year ago


Shouvik donated Rs.3,000
over 1 year ago

Long live the spirit, of extension....