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Education for Every Child in India

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India
Education for Every Child in India

The details of the Uk Volunteer's Team Visit & experience prepared by Nicholas, member of the Visitor team, is mentioned below.

Dear Friend !

Pauline and I spent two days with RSKS in mid-September 2019. After Pauline’s graduation from SOAS, University of London in July we had set off to travel by land from Turkey to Almaty in Kazakhstan. From Almaty we flew to New Delhi and had a few days before meeting up with the team at RSKS. I’m a student at Oxford University studying for a master’s degree and Pauline is now a freelance photographer. We hoped that we could contribute by offering to take photographs and providing writing.

We were picked up at the train station and, after a night’s sleep, taken to the office to meet Dr Deepak Sharma and the team. we were taken to see the first of many projects that RSKS undertakes in and around Ajmer. The Taromporal Negan slum area - about a 30 minutes’ drive from the office – lies off a main road amongst farm land and concrete buildings under construction. The people we met were living in small tents which created a open space to cook, sleep and store what belongings they have. RSKS have started an initiative which seeks to provide women from the slums with free sanitary nepkin & towels.

Each time the team comes to hand out the pads they also give lessons on hygiene and disease prevention. On the day we visited a long line of children stood with their short arms outstretched before them before passing soap along the line and having warm water splashed over their hands. RSKS has made efforts to improve school attendance for these children but many of the parents are afraid that their children will be taken from them – the school is a 3km walk away. As in all the places we visited the people were happy that RSKS started to work with them. They sang songs and played games with the children. Parents joked and talked to each other from the side-lines.

From looking at the work on hygiene that RSKS is undertaking we went to see how they are helping women create their own businesses. In Bheem Pura, a small village amongst the cultivated fields on the outskirts of Ajmer, we were introduced to a group of six women who, on that day, were applying for agovernment micro-financing loan. The women had organised themselves into a self-help group in order to share the burden of the loan and support each other in their individual business ventures. One woman was using the loan in order to grow and sell flowers which are made into garlands to be worn around the neck. A member of the group took us out to her crops. She stood amongst the yellow and violet flowers, holding a couple up in her hand and posing for photographs.

Most of the work that RSKS carries out is the education of young women and girls, better livelihood and street child welfare etc. In the poorer areas surrounding Ajmer – in villages like Laxmi, Udan school, Bhanwata –education is at its weakest. This is particularly true of girls who often don’t go to school in order to work or look after parents. We were shown a class that was learning English. The teacher would point to pictures or letters on the walls and the class would speak each word: cat, mouse, rrrr, seven. The idea is that by providing these students with an education, no matter what schooling they had already received or were receiving, the villages could benefit from a sustainable and healthy workforce able to meet what challenges lay in its future. Many of the classes end in games and all the students told us how much they enjoyed and relied on the classes and their classmates.

The most memorable moment from our couple of days visiting the initiatives of RSKS came at our last stop. The village of Naglani is where RSKS have set up a class to teach crafts to women from the area. The students are shown how to work with moulds, how long to leave the clay to set and then how to decorate with paints and ornaments. The students then sell their creations and are thus able to gain an income through their work. The women were clearly proud of what they can do. And rightly so. They had made items for Kayad Festival which was going on at the time we were in Ajmer. The craft students talked us through their work and showed us how it was to be displayed. We had to leave them eventually and we were sad to say goodbye.

It can often seem impossible to make a positive change in the world around us. Our time at RSKS taught us that by targeting areas which could benefit from improvement and working in a sustainable way the future might be brighter than one can sometimes expect. We will always treasure the time we spent with Dr Deepak Sharma and his team in Ajmer and we think of it often as an example of the good people can provide each other.

Thank you
Nicholas & Pauline !
UK


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Respected Patron Namaste!!

Many Greetings From RSKS India....

We Have Been Getting your Valuable Generous Donation & Great Support over the year through GlobalGiving and we are Thankful to you from the Core of our Heart.

Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan puts efforts significantly for the educational development of girls child. RSKS, with the partnership of honourable organization GlobalGiving Foundation, runs "Pathshala - a school" in five distinct remote villages. Girls study in Pathshala come from distinct family background and classes of the society. Despite of coming from different religion and castes, the girls are united and study al together in Pathshala. Different ocassions and festivals are also celberated in Pathshala at times in whcih all the girls participate happily.

Like every year, we had a grand celebration of Christmas this year. All girls decorated Pathshala and made Christmas tree. The Team RSKS and Pathshala teachers cut the cake with girls and wished "Mery Christmas" each other. The girls also organized cultural program in whcih they performed on traditional songs and recited poems. We awarded the girls as per their performances to encourage them. At the completion of the cultural program, chocholates and sweets were given to all the girls that they enjoyed a lot.

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Thanking you for your kind cooperation and financial support. Without your generous donations it is very difficult for us to ''Education for Every Child in India!!''

We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.

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Respected Donor Namaste!!

Many Greetings from RSKS India!!

We have been getting your valuable generous support through GlobalGiving and we are thankful to you from the core of our heart.

RSKS India Vetted, Superstar , Effective & top Ranked By GlobalGiving !!

We are glad to share the Great news!! We're very proud to have been Recognized as a ''Super Star, Effective, Top Ranked'' & ''fully Vetted organization'' once again on GlobalGiving ! Thank you, team GlobalGiving for your Valuable Support & Guidance over the years.

A Huge thanks to all of our Supporters, Donors & Friends who made this possible! We couldn't accomplish any of this without your support. Also, congratulations to Team Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan RSKS INDIA together it is possible! We assure you that the organisation will be contributing its Best for the social welfare programs.

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan has been Determined for last 27 years towards Education, Women Empowerment, Health, Better livelihood, Development of marginalized deprived community. Also, the organisation has been working at sensitive issues as women empowerment, prevention of violence against women, self-employment, child welfare, environment conservation. We hop to get your valuable support continuously for these social works. In this order, we Request you to become the fundraiser for our projects and please contribute for these noble works from your valuable time and Raise funds. We will be so Glad, if you associate with the organisation and contribute for the welfare works and continue your support.

Many thanks again for your support!!

We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.

This is a comment sent by one of our Generous donor on GlobalGiving !!

''Keep up your Wonderful work, you their Hero''

I was lucky I was born in a family that is in no way struggling, and sometimes I take it for granted so if I can help children in need I will.

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RSKS India Educational Life Skill Cultural Camp program organized for rural girls child, participants sang songs, danced and exhibition was also organized. A poster competition was also held for girls by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan in which the participants made drawing on topic "END Child marriage". They expressed their thoughts and views on child marriage.
 
The participant of Life Skill Cultural Camp also participates in morning yoga with zeal. The school management and teachers appreciated the initiative of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. One of our activists had conversation with the school Principal, Manjula and came to know about the views and approach of villagers and the school regarding girl education. she thanked GG and donors and Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan to promote girl education. The efforts made by RSKS will be mile stone definitely.

Thanking you for your kind cooperation and financial support. Without your generous donations it is very difficult for us to ''Education for Every Child in India !!''

Join RSKS India Change-Maker Club!

When you join RSKS India, you will join a special group of people reaching out each month to provide Health, Education & Livelihood for Marginlazed families around the Rajasthan. Together, we can eradicate poverty, Illiteracy, Malnutrition & Violence. If you would like to take part in this Remarkable effort on an ongoing basis, We recommend it's a good time that you start a recurring monthly donation for a small amount at........

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/education-for-every-child-in-india/?show=recurring

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at rsksindia@rsksindia.ngo

Thank you !!

Team @RSKS India

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Education is the fundamental right of every child and it is equal to each boy and girl. If a girl is educated, she becomes able enough to nurture her family and look after her children in better way; moreover she influences the society with a unique identity. But, in rural areas, people don't understand the importance of girl education.

In today's era of change, to promote girl education, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan organized a program in girl schools at nadi village. In which distribution of STATIONERY & Educational Stuff were given to girls of deprived community. All this were given to the needy girls with the support of donors and GlobalGiving. There was lack of stationary items for which the organization distributed stationary to the girls using which they become happy and now love to come to school with new stationary.

Thanking you for your kind cooperation and financial support. Without your generous donations it is very difficult for us to ''Education for Every Child in India !!''

Join RSKS India Change-Maker Club!

When you join RSKS India, you will join a special group of people reaching out each month to provide Health, Education & Livelihood for Marginlazed families around the Rajasthan. Together, we can eradicate poverty, Illiteracy, Malnutrition & Violence. If you would like to take part in this Remarkable effort on an ongoing basis, We recommend it's a good time that you start a recurring monthly donation for a small amount at........

https://www.globalgiving.org/projects/education-for-every-child-in-india/?show=recurring

We would love to hear your feedback, comments & Suggestion on our program. Please reach out to us at rsksindia@rsksindia.ngo

Thank you !!

Team @RSKS India

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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