Play Schools for 300 Slum Children

by Ruchika Social Service Organisation
Play Schools for 300 Slum Children
Play Schools for 300 Slum Children
Play Schools for 300 Slum Children
Play Schools for 300 Slum Children
Play Schools for 300 Slum Children
Play Schools for 300 Slum Children

Project Report | Feb 15, 2022
Play School for 300 Slum Children

By Madhusmita Sahoo | Project Coordinator


Case Study of a Struggling 5 year little girl:

Covid-19 virus has become a part of a life since 2 years.  Starting from a mere street hawker to the big business men, there is no single person left whose life has not been affected due to this pandemic. It made the lives of a very few people but shattered the dreams of many.

This is the story of a struggling 5 year little girl Rupali Dora (not real name) who lives in one of the most congested unhygienic slum of Bhubaneswar. Her father has passed away and her mother, Ranjita Dora (not real name) is a maid. She toils all day in other's house to make the ends meet and give her daughter at least a satisfactory life but is mostly unsuccessful to do so. After she leaves home to go to the work, her daughter wanders outside the house as she has nothing productive to do. While doing so, sometimes the children of the neighborhood come beat her, tease her and take away the food stuff that her mother gave. Then, she cries and remains hungry for half the day as she knows her mother is not going to come back from work before afternoon.  One day, one of our teachers noticed the cruel treatment of the innocent one. The next day, when she saw her mother, she asked her why is her daughter wandering outside ideally, it's the age of schooling then why she not going to any school. Then the mother replied that she wants to send her to school but she cannot afford the school fees and other expenses of her education. She had sent Rupali to some other schools where free education was being provided but their proper care of a daughter was not being taken. Nextly, the teacher convinced Miss Ranjita that by her one wages she can manage to give her daughters' school fees if she sends her to Ruchika Play School. Her mother got persuaded and sent her daughter to our school.  She was happy to see her physical and mental development at school. She got the necessary attention and care that she needed. Eventually, she even came out to be a very good student.  During the covid outbreak, the teacher managed to continue her studies.  This year, after giving the exams she will be going to other school for further studies. Ruchika play school was really a great help and boon for the girl. It was great initiative to make her dreams come true.

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Ruchika Social Service Organisation

Location: Bhubaneswar, Odisha - India
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Ruchika Social Service Organisation
Rameswari Dwivedy
Project Leader:
Rameswari Dwivedy
Bhubaneswar , Orissa India

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