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Anambrahm Yojana

Anambrahm Yojana

To prevent deaths due to starvation and malnutrition, the state government has implemented the 'Annambrahm' scheme to provide free food to homeless and orphaned children.

Who benefits?

The person or family does not have any kind of ration card.

Extremely poor / disabled / destitute person.

A patient lying in a hospital bed who needs food.

A needy person / worker who looks appropriate from a general point of view.

Homeless single person or family (including children)

Homeless and orphaned child i.e. street 
children


How much benefit

In the first stage, the selected beneficiary has to be given a scheme card called 'Anambrahm' for 6 months.

Monthly 10 to 15 kg. Distribution of foodgrains should be done free of cost.

Before the completion of 6 months, Mamlatdar / District Supply Officer can make necessary review and renew the card for 6 more months. If the beneficiary person or family obtains a certain residence, ration card of that category can be issued after proper verification on the basis of required evidence.

Where to get benefits

For the implementation of Sadarhu scheme, 10 quintals of grain has to be allotted to each Mamlatdar's office.

Selection of beneficiaries

On the basis of discretionary intellect of Mamlatdar and District Supply Officer.

Official Website : Anambrahm Yojana

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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Introduction
 
The main task of the Government of Gujarat's SJE Dept. is to ensure the Economic development and Empowerment of persons belonging to Society’s underprivileged sections as below:

  •     Scheduled Castes
  •     Developing Castes
  •     Socially and Economically Backward Classes
  •     Minority communities
  •     Physically and mentally challenged persons.

Welfare yojanas are also being implemented by this Department for the orphans, destitute persons, beggars and old aged persons.
 
The welfare yojanas being implemented by this Department can be mainly classified as under:

  •     Education
  •     Economic Welfare
  •     Health and Housing
  •     Other yojanas