Thriveni took steps to create entrepreneurs by donating one tipper each to fifty local unemployed youth. Today, these fifty individuals are entrepreneurs of their own enterprise and have proceeded to buy the second and third truck.
Banspal block, one of the most under developed block of Keonjhar district was identified for promoting good agricultural practices. Village level cooperatives have been created and improved varieties of seeds and fertilizers are provided to the farmers.
The Company is covering 35 villages for the provision of drinking water by digging 48 numbers of bore wells; Using 25 water browser and providing 33 overhead tanks with piped water tap connection in various villages.
TEMPL has its own road project division to carry out road construction activities around the peripheral areas. It has constructed 32 Kms of road of national highway standards.
To improve the connectivity between remote villages in jungle terrain the company has Constructed 4 bridges and large number of culverts across various water channels.
Thriveni has established a very strong health care network covering 175 villages with its six dispensaries and one pathology lab. It has a daily OPD figure of fifteen hundred approximately. In addition, it has ten ambulances which are available on call for emergency purposes.
TEMPL medical department conducts one mega health camp every month in Harichandanpur / Ghashipura block of Keonjhar district where in medical treatment along with specialist services and free medicines are provided to approximately 2000 patients. Thirteen numbers of medical camps have been conducted so far and 14,254 numbers of patients have been treated.
It is a scheme created by TEMPL as a measure to cover the gap in the existing patient evacuation system in Keonjhar district. While the govt. has provided ambulances for the villagers up to the district hospital, patients don’t have the facilities to move safely from district hospital to nodal / referral hospital. TEMPL has established a desk at district hospital for evacuating all the patients of BPL families who are referred to the nodal hospital (SCB Medical College and hospital, Cuttack). Two ambulances with Para medical staff have been positioned at the HHD for this purpose and at the other end a transit hospital has been created with doctors and Paramedical staffs to look after the transient patients and facilitate their admission in the nodal hospital.
The scheme was started to provide free meals to the attendant of patients admitted in Keonjhar dist. hospital, who are mostly poor and come from remote tribal areas with no one to assist them in the dist. headquarter.
Thriveni established Thriveni Public School in the year 2010 to provide free education for underprivileged children from poor families. Thriveni also collaborates with other institutions who are working in the field of education by providing financial assistance and Infrastructure.
Takes care of Education of Children from Tribal Families
Thrives to provide quality education to children from BPL families, destitute and Orphans
School of 60 children who are mostly children of sex workers
Institute provides education facilities to visual and hearing impaired Children.