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Oct 15, 2015

The lessons Learned from failure

The lessons Learned from failure
The lessons Learned from failure

There are so many moments in a our life when we become failures and doesn't get success after so many efforts even. But, with the help of strong willingness and determination we can convert these struggle into an opportunity. The story of failure of Rajasthan Samagra Kalyan Sansthan (RSKS) like the same, indicated lot of things here on the basis of own experience.

In 2013, Rajasthan Samagra Kalyan Sansthan has prepared a programme  named as "PATHSHALA" (Brief Education Syllabus) for Rajputi women, were living in village Bhanvta, a backward area in district Ajmer. This programme has designed for early school dropout women to make them educated with the help of central society welfare board of India. Although these women are living under Traditional social malpractices AND conservatism.
Still they are prohibited to live without Veil. They have to wear white cloth on their head, while going anywhere. Along with this, they are not permitted to do agricultural work and job outside from the home. So in short we can say, in 21st century still Bhanvta village is very backward due to illetracy, PARDA PRATHA, social malpractices ETC.  Thus, RSKS has choosed village Bhanvta to fulfill their need by establishing "PATHSHALA" to increase awareness for education among them.

Now, there were so many challenges in front of us. No single lady was ready to take admission in our school "PATHSHALA". There were so many restrictions on women, put by men due to old and backward thinking of them. Even, after so many efforts, still no one was ready to take admission in "PATHSHALA". After this incident,  our team has lost their confidence and became demotivated. We felt, we would not be able to convert our dream into reality and our school might  be close even before to open. In other words,  our team has became failure in that area in very bad manner.

After this bad incident, in board meetings also this topic has discussed many times and in last, a decision  has been taken by all members that we will do a last try one more time. But, at this time we stressed on to change the strategy to achieve our goals. Now, this challenge has been connected with our respect.

We designed a new strategy for the success of "PATHSHALA". Through which, so many skit and drama activities has organised in villages by the support of volunteers,  which is called as Nukkad Natak. Raily also has started for bringing the awareness towards education. Night talks has conducted by the help of public representatives and government employees. Presentations, short documentary movies were showed for motivate them, which were based on the success of women. Along with it, benefits of education  explained them. We organised an advisory committee, included teachers, aanganbadi workers, sarpanch( head of village), ward head. We visited every house and their agricultural farms to develop the education and now, as a result, our efforts started to show colours.

That moment has came now, for which we all were waiting  eagerly.

Because at this time, 25 school dropout women has taken admission in our school, after taking the permission from their families.  They started to came and were regular also. But still, our challenges have not ended here. One more major problem has arised, their husband and families demanded for their employment also at their home itself. For overcoming this problem, Global Giving Foundation has helped us. Rajasthan Samagra Kalyan Sansthan has started training programmes under the project named as "Empowering poor women with sustainable livelihood" by the help of Global Giving Foundation. Along with education, Stiching and rajasthani handicraft self employment  training programmes were conducted for their skills development. After their skills development, Parivartan self helped groups are established and all those women has connected with this group. Then,  loan has provided them by the cooperation of ICICI bank.

On completion  of 2 year programme  in "PATHSHALA" (Brief syllabus of education), middle level exam has conducted successfully by the help of Education Department, Govt. of Rajasthan. After all these, that day has came, we all were waiting for........
Means, all 25 women has passed the middle level exam successfully. As a result, now they can participate from any Govt. Job to Election for sarpanch. Because, they were eligible now to apply on all these places. Although, they all passed middle level exam and self employment was in their own hands now. Women who were under backward traditions, could be won election and appointed on the post of sarpanch. There was no doubt on it.

The lessons Learned from failure

  • After all these, we learnt change your path for getting destination not goals.
  • Do not underestimate you own ever and never loose hope.
  • Our strong dedication and trust makes us successful always.
  • Move ahead with a good and effective strategy.
  • Our little efforts even brings a big success. So just do try again and again, and never loose hope.
The lessons Learned from failure
The lessons Learned from failure
The lessons Learned from failure
The lessons Learned from failure

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Oct 15, 2015

The Joy of Giving to Street Children

Anju, a street child of 9 years
Anju, a street child of 9 years

Dear Friend's and Donors


Under the project, Provide Gift and Food to poor Street Children, in collaboration with Global Giving Foundation and respected donorsRajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan organised '' joy of giving '' program in Sept. 2015. Soft toys, cake, chocolate packets were distributed among 23 street children of Lohar Basti in Ajmer by the volunteers of the RSKS organisation under this program. Their faces were flashing with joy. A child enjoyed to have cake and other played with soft toys. These were the golden moments for all those street children.

Mamta, one of those street children of 6 six years, was talking to the toys and singing songs for toys. Manohar, another street child was happy to get cake and thanked all the donors by singing song. These all were memorable and susceptible moments. Another street children, Sunita made a doll her best friend.

In  the words of Anju, a street child of 9 years, who works as a garbage picker........

I have never thought in my entire life that I would play with so expensive toys one day. I sometimes got an old toy while picking garbage, and was happy just playing with it. I made it my friend. Today is a golden day in my life because I can't explain the joy in words that I have enjoyed today. All the donors, Global Giving Foundation and the volunteers of the organization, all are angels to me, who are waited by me and millions of children like me in our dreams. But today my dreams come true. I thanked a lot all the donors, Global Giving Foundation and request to all the donors that you will be dispensing joy an happiness to the street children like us.

The suggestions for the project of all the donors and friends welcome. Please, do suggest us in the comment box, so that the project may be executed more successfully.

many Thanks A lot

Mamta, one of those street children
Mamta, one of those street children
Smileing Street children
Smileing Street children
Street Children
Street Children

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Sep 1, 2015

Nepal Relief Camp: '' A story of Mr Thapa ''

Nepal Relief Camp: A story of Mr Thapa
Nepal Relief Camp: A story of Mr Thapa

Dear Friend's and Donors

Nepal relief camp was organised by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan with coordination of Global Giving Foundation in July 2015 under the project "Relief to Nepal Earthquake Victims" to help the victims of the village Jeevanpur of district Dhading in Nepal. The victims’ families were distributed relief materials so that they can manage themselves to survive.

One of the earthquake victims, Mr Thapa, tells his grief:

"The Villagers and I have lost not a few in the destructive earthquake that can't be expressed in words. The government just takes interest to help the oppidan. We, the residents of a remote and inaccessible village only depend on god. We have to live in tents for last three months. We have to suffer the cold and also have the risk of diseases.

Last month, when the volunteers of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan came to our village, we thought that they would also make a film on us and won't return. But, now I am convinced of Humanity, after reaching the team of 8 members of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. Relief camp's help (blanket, solar light, wheat and mosquito net) can't reduce my grief but can give me hope and support to live. The mosquito nets will protect us from diseases like malaria and dengue and the blanket will relief me from the cold.

The problem of unemployment has also risen in our village. The agriculture is limited and the land is divided in small masses. If the RSKS INDIA and Global Giving Foundation help the villagers to get livestock, then we may be able to live our lives afresh, for which we would be thankful of Rajasthan Samgrah kalyan Sansthan and Global Giving Foundation for the rest of our lives.

We express hearty gratitude and thank to Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan and the donors of Global Giving Foundation for the relief and help in the relief camp. I request all the donors to donate for the remote and inaccessible villagers from time to time so that we may get a new ray of light in our lives."


The suggestions for the project of all the donors and friends welcome. Please, do suggest us in the comment box, so that the project may be executed more successfully.

many Thanks A lot

Nepal Relief Camp
Nepal Relief Camp
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A story of Mr Thapa
A story of Mr Thapa
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