Care for Adivasi

Adivasi (Sanskrit: Nepali: Hindi: आदिवासी; ādivāsī) is an umbrella term for a heterogeneous set of ethnic and tribal groups claimed to be the aboriginal population of India. They comprise a substantial indigenous minority of the population of India. The same term Adivasi is used in Sri Lanka to refer to the native Vedda people. The word is also used in the same sense in Nepal as is another word janajati (Nepali: जनजाति; janajāti), although the political context differed historically under the Shah and Rana dynasties.

Adivasi societies are particularly present in the Indian Tamil Nadu, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, and some northeastern states, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Many smaller tribal groups are quite sensitive to ecological degradation caused by modernization. Both commercial forestry and intensive agriculture have proved destructive to the forests that had endured swidden agriculture for many centuries.

Care for Adivasi
The Scheduled Tribe groups who were identified as more isolated from the wider community and who maintain a distinctive cultural identity have been categorized as ‘Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups’ (PTGs) (previously known as Primitive Tribal Groups) by the Government at the Centre. So far seventy-five tribal communities have been identified as ‘particularly vulnerable tribal groups’ in different States of India. These hunting, food-gathering, and some agricultural communities, have been identified as less acculturated tribes among the tribal population groups and in need of special programmes for their sustainable development. The tribes are awakening and demanding their rights for special reservation quota for them.

Man is a creation of God and in His eyes all are equal. But man failed to recognize God’s Will and created divisions in Society. Result is that many have been neglected and have been shunned to stay for from civilization as untouchables. The Adivasi tribal Community is one such neglected section of Society and it is the mission and ambition of MFCT to secure their recognition in the eyes of general public. The Trust has been providing food, clothing, medicines and basic education in local language to uplift their status.

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