The Darakht Chhanv Foundation emphasized the facilities of school children. And due to this, our organization provided a motor pump for the connection of water in school, distributed masks for children, bottles of sanitizers, and stand for sanitizers where without touching the bottle, children got sanitize themselves. For which the Headmaster of the school expressed, much gratitude and also wished the organization to move forward.
The Darakht Chhanv Foundation strives to raise facilities for the education and safety of children in the government school of this Banjara community. In which your cooperation will be important.
we are Providing basic needs for healthcare and nutrition: like dry rations (e.g. food such as rice, wheat, lentils, etc.), medical support (e.g. medicines, doctor consultation, etc.) to all the children and family members. In this scenario, educating the young girls with the basics of menstruation is imperative to instill confidence and empower them with knowledge, so they can comprehend the overall process of the menstrual cycle better. With your contribution, we will provide – Sanitary pad supply, 2 new undergarments, an emergency period kit, Soap bar & Disposal bags for unprivileged girls/women.
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Livelihood, the program identifies adolescent girls and women from the community and develops them into Change Agents, who in turn actively contribute to the community mobilization process. women and adolescent girls are being trained to be “change agents” to further serve as Community Health Educators, Health Volunteers, and Peer Educators in their communities
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The world today is facing an unprecedented challenge in the form of COVID 19. Economies have fallen, mighty nations have surrendered and life as man knows it has been reduced to the confines of their homes. And while the world is battling the virus, here in our country we have another war also to win. Thousands of migrant workers and daily wagers have been left jobless in the wake of the current state of lockdown which has affected children and women the most. And while most of us are worrying about our kids’ education, our job, our future, our businesses and its prospects and how to handle time at home in isolation or simply getting bored at home. The less privileged ones have only one worry.
Where will their next meal come from?
Will their kids sleep on an empty stomach again?
Will their family survive another day of starvation?
And if hunger doesn’t get them, disease surely will. They stay in makeshift homes that open into each other. Social Distancing is an alien concept and almost impossible to follow, even if they tried. Their living conditions are deplorable as the most basic hygiene and sanitation facilities haven’t reached them yet.
India it is time now to do what you do best. It is time to your SHARE!
It is time to spread the love, extend support and help & put the needs of others before our luxuries. It is time to do our best and make sure no one sleeps hungry in the times of COVID 19.
The ingredients include: Rice, Dal, Salt, Oil, Sugar, Chili Powder, Turmeric Powder, Dalia Flour, Dettol
Liquid Hand wash , Dettol or Disinfectant Soap, Masks, Sanitary Napkins, Biscuits (for children)
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As the phased reopening of schools starts,
WILL THESE CHILDREN RETURN TO SCHOOL?
Forced to stay indoors with schools being shut down, children became one of the worst sufferers of the pandemic. While many children shifted to digital mode of learning, the less privileged children did not have similar access to technology and their education came to a halt.
With one year’s gap in education, over 24 million children* globally are at the risk of dropping out of school. In India, 5.3 percent of rural children aged 6-10 years have not enrolled in school this year, compared to 1.8 percent in 2018*
Through its Shiksha Na Ruke initiative, Darakht Chhanv Foundation has been making an effort to help less privileged children continue their education through a blended learning approach during the pandemic.
From creating innovative learning material at home to borrowing smart phones to study online, and attending cluster classes in the communities wearing masks, these children are stopping at nothing. Despite the odds, they have not given up on their education and their dreams. Then, how can we?
Join hands with #ShikshaNaRuke to ensure that education does not stop for any child.
*UN Data, ASER Report 2020
About the Initiative
A mother, a sister, a daughter, a home-maker, a teacher, a doctor, a leader; women hold our worlds together in a million ways. A girl child comes into this world with just as many expectations, dreams and aspiration as a boy, but soon finds out that her way towards achieving them is much more challenging. The mere absence of an education and the many different set of rules that a girl has to follow according to the norms of the society makes her suffer mentally, emotionally and physically from a very young age.
Darakht Chhanv Foundation’s initiative ‘She Can Fly’ is an effort to enable, equip and empower girl children with quality education, proper nutrition, good health, adequate skills, and above all a lot of self-confidence to help them live their lives to their fullest potential.
This is also a step towards sensitizing the civil society at large and helping create a girl child/women friendly society to help her thrive.
Let us all come forward and join hands to give wings to her dreams. Empower, educate, and make her strong to stand her own ground and shine in her efforts. She Can Fly, let’s give her the sky!