Sponsor the education of a girl child of our school for 6 months, INR 2500
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The slums of Jaipur suffer from various socio-economic problems which are intensified by the continued migration of poor families from rural areas. The living conditions, health & sanitation are of abysmally low levels. The slum population also faces a high level of social ills like drug abuse and crime against women. Discrimination against young girls is embedded in the culture and reinforced by poverty. The main barrier is the attitude of poverty-stricken parents who keep them at home watching over siblings or involve them in low skill tasks for minimal income generation. Education broadens horizons, gives skills and transforms young girls into independent young women. Thus Vimukti Sanstha has identified education and vocational training as the means to empower girls from the urban slums of Jaipur.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Staff salaries 1700.00
School rent 800.00
Unit Price 2500
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Total 2500
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Help her live her dreams
Swati Baghel is 13 years old. Her father is a driver & mother is a housewife. She has 3 siblings-a brother & two sisters. Her father was finding it difficult to educate all the children due to limited income. Swati and her sisters at that time were studying in some other school but financial constraint forced them to drop out. Her father was not happy with this but had no choice. He discussed this problem with his employer who was aware of Vimukti School and advised him to admit his daughters in Vimukti Girls School.
Swati and her sister were admitted in Vimukti in 2012 after the due completion of the admission process . Swati is in Grade 8 now.
Swati is an intelligent girl and has high aspirations. In her own words-I love my school very much, I have many friends here and I have learnt so many thing like making cards, diyas and rakhis. I love to have the snacks and milk provided here every day. Last year, I participated in sports day and stood first in the race. I love to study science. My aim is to become a doctor so that I can serve the society. I will always be there to help the poor just as my teachers help us.

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