Gwalior Childrens Hospital Charity

Gwalior Childrens Charity works in India to help and provide for poor, disabled and destitute esp. children, women and the aged in Gwalior and Chambal region, one of the most deprived and oppressed areas in India for last twelve years through hospitals, mobile clinics in slums and rural areas, schools and Orphanages including "Snehalaya meaning the Home with love in Hindi". We do welcome volunteers from all walks of life including students and trainees for an adventurous experience of real India
Jun 12, 2013

Bonus day 12th June 2013, the Wednesday

We are pleased to inform you that our main stream school in Snehalaya is progressing well with 170 children mostly girls getting educated and being provided every thing there at present. Though School is closed for summer holidays at present but process for new admissions is going well and hopefully we should have 250 to 300 children for the session starting in July this year. We are able to educate these children only with your help hoping to make them independent and lead a life without oppression, which they are fated otherwise. We hope for your continued support carry it further.

Here is an opportunity to get your donations matched, increasing your help by 50%. Starting at 9AM on 12th June, Wednesday is the second GlobalGiving Bonus Day during this year, when your donation up to $1000 will be matched by 50% helping us more to educate and provide for these girls in our school there. Please consider and be generous but funds are limited and please donate through link given here at the earliest in the morning after 9AM before funds get exhausted, helping us to educate more girls from villages in India. There are additional prizes of $1000 for projects with maximum number of donors and funds. We hope with your generosity we will be able to win one or both of these prizes too.

Thanks again, you can always write to me for any questions at snehalaya.gwalior@gmail.com

With regards,

BK

Dr. B.K Sharma For Gwalior Childrens Charity and Snehalaya

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Mar 22, 2013

We are honored for having been selected by GlobalGiving.uk

School assembly
School assembly

Gwalior Children’s Charity is featured in GlobalGiving UK’s "Back to School Education Appeal, 2013". When we heard that GlobalGiving.UK had chosen Snehalaya School for their “Back to School Appeal” we were thrilled! We know that a huge number of applications were submitted to GlobalGiving, that ours was chosen above other, also very important, schooling projects around the developing world was a deep honour for us.

As always we are sure of your support helping us to make this appeal succesful by donating now and as much possible to educate drop out rural girls from villages in our school. It has an added advantage if you make recurring donation before 28th March as your donation gets doubled with 100% matching by GlobalGiving.

Why do we need this? Because, our School, in India’s heartland, provides a vital link for thousands of young poor girls to lift themselves out of poverty, gain economic independence and sense of self-worth through education. There has been a lot of news and discussion recently about women in India since the death of the gang rape victim in December 2012. It has made India’s patriarchal society come under fierce criticism given the lack of compassion and action done by the Indian Government. We teach our girls, who all come from destitute and rural parts of Madhya Pradesh, India’s poor heartland, of their equal rights they have in Indian society despite the institutionalised patriarchy.

As Soutik Biswas, India’s BBC correspondence says, “clearly, many Indian women face threats to life at every stage – violence, inadequate healthcare, inequality, neglect, bad diet, lack of attention to personal health and well-being”* However, in India’s heartland, discrimination against women is worse where men can outnumber women 5 to 4 due to illegal abortions and baby killings because of “social values” according to Manmohan Singh, the Indian prime minister. In The ‘genocide’ of India’s daughters, Al Jazeera asks if the patriarchal mindset that runs across castes and class can be changed to prevent foeticide and infanticide.

We believe that by addressing inequality in education from an early age in women, they have more of a chance to manage the risks they are presented with. This includes enabling their economic, domestic, social and intellectual freedom through education.

We do hope you continue to be inspired by the work of our school and can donate towards the schooling of girls within India’s neglected and poor heartlands. Please do not hesitate to ask for any questions or further information, just write to me at snehalaya.gwalior@gmail.com

Thank a llot for your help, with regards,

BK

Dr. B.K.Sharma

for School for Rural Girls in Snehalaya and Gwalior Childrens Charity.

Our children awarded by Gwalior Mela authorities
Our children awarded by Gwalior Mela authorities

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Mar 22, 2013

We are honored for having been selected by GlobalGiving.uk

Our School in snehalaya
Our School in snehalaya

Gwalior Children’s Charity is featured in GlobalGiving UK’s "Back to School Education Appeal, 2013". When we heard that GlobalGiving.UK had chosen Snehalaya School for their “Back to School Appeal” we were thrilled! We know that a huge number of applications were submitted to GlobalGiving, that ours was chosen above others, also very important, schooling projects around the developing world was a deep honour for us.

As always we are sure of your support helping us to make this appeal succesful by donating now and as much possible to educate drop out rural girls from villages in our school. It has an added advantage if you make recurring donation before 28th March as your donation gets doubled with 100% matching by GlobalGiving.

Why do we need this? Because, our School, in India’s heartland, provides a vital link for thousands of young poor girls to lift themselves out of poverty, gain economic independence and sense of self-worth through education. There has been a lot of news and discussion recently about women in India since the death of the gang rape victim in December 2012. It has made India’s patriarchal society come under fierce criticism given the lack of compassion and action done by the Indian Government. We teach our girls, who all come from destitute and rural parts of Madhya Pradesh, India’s poor heartland, of their equal rights they have in Indian society despite the institutionalised patriarchy.

As Soutik Biswas, India’s BBC correspondence says, “clearly, many Indian women face threats to life at every stage – violence, inadequate healthcare, inequality, neglect, bad diet, lack of attention to personal health and well-being”* However, in India’s heartland, discrimination against women is worse where men can outnumber women 5 to 4 due to illegal abortions and baby killings because of “social values” according to Manmohan Singh, the Indian prime minister. In The ‘genocide’ of India’s daughters, Al Jazeera asks if the patriarchal mindset that runs across castes and class can be changed to prevent foeticide and infanticide.

We believe that by addressing inequality in education from an early age in women, they have more of a chance to manage the risks they are presented with. This includes enabling their economic, domestic, social and intellectual freedom through education.

We do hope you continue to be inspired by the work of our school and can donate towards the schooling of girls within India’s neglected and poor heartlands. Please do not hesitate to ask for any questions or further information, just write to me at snehalaya.gwalior@gmail.com

Thank a lot for your help, with regards,

BK

Dr. B.K.Sharma

for School for Rural Girls in Snehalaya and Gwalior Childrens Charity.

Saraswati Pooja on Basant Panchmi in Snehalaya
Saraswati Pooja on Basant Panchmi in Snehalaya
Our school children awarded.
Our school children awarded.

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