About Us

Radio Namaskar, the first Community Radio of Odisha (India) established at KONARK ( Internationally renowned tourist place for Sun Temple) to make the common people informative & active participant of the community development process. More »

Our Objective

Promote communicable link among the proposed villages to develop an enabling environment for an “all time connection” among them that will ensure flow of information/benefits & access to all amenities and benefits for the targeted people. More »

Vision of the CRS

The envisioned villages will be just, sustainable, collective, participatory, non-violent, self-ruled, self-sufficient, peaceful and eco-friendly emphasizing upon peace, love, affection Co-operation, Brother/sister hood and participation More »

Innovation and Creative Approaches

All the team members are groomed from community. Most of the team members are volunteering. We didn’t recruit any professional staffs. We don’t need audition in Radio Namaskar. Our 80% programme comes from community. More »

 

Women in Front

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Women play a pivotal role in the development of any country. Women’s status is the best indicator of progress of any nation. Status and development of women influence the development of country, as they not only constitute half of its population, but also influence growth of the remaining half of its population. The women in rural areas are deprived of minimum facilities like health, education , Information and many more.

Youth For Development

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‘Youth for Development’, is a philosophy emphasizing the uniquely symbiotic nature of youth development to community development by situating the two practices in a common framework. It combines the natural instincts of young people as they desire to create change in their surrounding environments by developing partnerships with like minded organizations to serve their communities

Food Security

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India’s high economic growth rate in the past decade has not been fully reflected in the health status of its people, with 22 per cent of its population undernourished. It is at times assumed that the relationship between economic growth and health is unidirectional with improving economic conditions leading to better health. India bears the ignominy of housing the largest population of malnourished in the world.