Rahul Prasad's Juvenile Care Charitable Trust has been tirelessly working to uplift Tribal children for years. The trust also organises medical camp for children in the village. It distributes toothbrushes, soaps and other necessary items.

It was four years ago when he decided to adopt the village where around 140 people live. Prasad's trust has signed an agreement with the jurisdictional Manchanayakanahalli Panchayat Development Officer and taken up work for welfare activities.

He has a master plane for the adopted village located at 3 km far from Mysuru Road in Ramanagara district. Prasad started negotiations with authorities to establish 'Karnataka's first solar powered Primary Health Centre'.

His philanthropic works have been recognised by an Indian Confederation a part of United Nations' NGOs. Rahul won the prestigious UN Karmaveer Chakra Award and REX Global Fellowship for his immense contribution to the upliftment of underprivileged section.

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