Educate an underprivileged girl child

by Sapna
Educate an underprivileged girl child


Every monthly donation helps in educating more girls like Tejaswi

Little Tejaswi hails from Chandoli Village in Alwar and is now a Nursery student at Sapna Sikshyalaya. When Tejaswi initially joined the school, she would stick to her elder sister from Lkg and would refuse to come and sit in class. She used to come to school with her sister, attend classes with her, have lunch with her, and then go back home.

The teachers' biggest challenge was to make her sit in her own classroom since she used to throw tantrums and run back to her sister. She was uninterested in school and refused to communicate with her teachers. Slowly and gradually, thanks to her teachers' unrelenting efforts, she started to change.

She is now able to sit and learn in her own classroom without crying. She has also started communicating with her classmates, and will hopefully only get better.

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About The Program

What the beneficiary gets
Early Education
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Tax Exemption
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Program Description

Sapna's 'Support the Girl Child' program - 'Pankhuri', currently works with underprivileged girl children from the villages of Kaduki, Vijay Mandir, and Thekra in the Alwar, Rajasthan. Beneficiaries for the program are identified based on their family's economic condition.

The girls are admitted to reputed schools and Sapna takes care of all their needs, including school fees, uniforms, books, and transport. The Program Coordinator monitors the academic progress of the girls in the schools. The girls covered in this program report to Vijay Mandir from where they are sent to school in a bus owned by Sapna. After school, the girls come to Vijay Mandir where they complete their homework with teacher assistance, attend library sessions, computer classes, and receive nutrition before going home.

Donations made to this program support the cost of education and transport. When you donate to this program, you will support the education of underprivileged girls.

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About The NGO

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Sapna was created by a group of professionals who shared a dream to work on a people-centric model of development in areas of public health, education, women empowerment, community development and social welfare.

Inspired by Gandhian ideals of social change, their primary objective is to: Empower the poor and marginalized; Provide shelter to the sick and destitute; Promote community health programmes and services; Support literacy centers and e-learning; Facilitate livelihood programmes; Help the poor access information and resources; Work for environment protection and conservation. Their basic focus is to help those who are the most vulnerable and are in dire need of help.They believe that development has to be holistic to break the vicious cycle of poverty and wish to bring about visible change. They work by focusing energies in these sectors as well as building their understanding of the related issues.

They believe that any organization, or for that matter, any individual, whose fundamentals are based on the virtues of honesty, ownership towards our society and regard to human dignity, are bound to grow in the right direction and the last 10 years have been a testimony to this philosophy.

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Ngo Founder
Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Sudhir Pratap Singh

Area of Operation
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Girl Child | children

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Sapna has

provided care and nourishment to 367 unknown trauma victims

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Last Audited by GiveIndia

December 2018

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Program Updates

30 October, 2018

Sapna's Update


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Program Update

We at SAPNA believe that girl education is essential for the equitable advancement of society. Improvements in girls' education benefits the status of the family and empowers women. Sapna Started a pre-primary school on 8th July 2105 named 'SAPNA Shikshalaya'. This program was for economically deprived and underprivileged girls. Currently 146 girls are studying in the school. There are 10 teachers under an Educational Motivator and a Coordinator to supervise and coordinate their work. A well designed curriculum focuses on developing the oral and written skills. Use of teaching aids enables the children to learn pre-writing and pre-reading concepts. The school provides uniform, books, stationary and nutrition. Girls are provided healthy food in school to overcome nutritional deprivation that often exists due to poverty and gender bias at home. We also provide transportation to ferry the children from their villages on a no profit no loss basis.Nutrition provided to girls as per list mentioned below: Monday - Namkin Daliya & Fruit Tuesday- Museli Milk & Fruit Wednesday- Sprouts & Fruit Thursday- Daliya & Fruit Friday- Milk & Fruit Saturday- Poha & Fruit

Events & Celebration- The following events & Celebrations have been organized during the quarter: 1. Two Parent Teacher Meetings- The agenda of meeting was tree plantation, construction and use of individual toilets, Health & Hygiene of girls, Constitution of School Management Committee 2. Celebration of Independence Day 3. Celebration of Raksha Bandhan 4. Celebration of Janmashtami 5. Games Day

Story from the field

The Girl child of SAPNA Shikshalaya and Pankhuri celebrated the 72 th Independence day with great enthusiasm and respect at Vijay Mandir, Alwar. The ceremony started at 8 AM in the Vijay Mandir premises with crowd of our girl child, Anandam inmates, SAPNA staff , and parents. The Coordinator Alwar Chapter & Education Motivator welcomed the gathering. To commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, Shri Jagi Ram Ji (First Inmate of home) unfurled the tricolour flag and all in unison the crowd sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of our freedom. The tiny tots of SAPNA Shikshalaya sang the patriotic song that awakened everyone's felling towards our Mother Land, next was a dance performance by Nursery and Prep 1 girls of SAPNA Shikshalaya on songs Nanha--Munna Rahi Hu" and "Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani" respectively. The girls of class 3rd and 4th performed a skit on cleanliness. The Programme concluded up with the Vote of thanks. At the end sweets were distributed to the students. Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.

Expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19146
Number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program this year146

8 June, 2018

Sapna's update


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We at SAPNA believe that girl education is essential for the equitable advancement of society. Improvements in girls' education benefits the status of the family and empowers women. In this background SAPNA began 'Support the Girl Child Program' named 'Pankhuri' in 2010 and later on 8th July 2015 established a pre-primary school named 'SAPNA Shikshalaya'. This program was for economically deprived and underprivileged girls. The aim of the school was to provide 'quality, flexible and relevant learning' and targets poor girls in rural areas. A nominal fee of Rs.16 a day is charged to promote ownership towards the program. The program is envisaged to empower poor and marginalized girls with capability, freedom and choice to follow their dream. The program nurtures the overall development of the girls. This entails hygiene, discipline, punctuality, nutrition and overall turnout, in addition to learning and personality development. Currently 132 girls are studying in the school. There are ten teachers under an Educational Motivator to supervise and coordinate their work. A well designed curriculum focuses on developing the oral and written skills. Use of teaching aids enables the children to learn pre-writing and pre-reading concepts.

Celebration of Annual Function 'SAPNA SHIKSHALAYA' celebrated its Annual Day on 27th of March, 2018. The Chief guests Sudhir Pratap Singh (Gen Secretary, SAPNA) Prof Ranvir Singh (Secretary, SAPNA) Smt Vinita Dhupar (Education Consultant, SAPNA) some ambassadors of SAPNA and parents of girls graced the occasion. The function started at 10:00 am. Mr. Niranjan Chandrul (Educational Motivator, SAPNA Education Division) welcomed the chief guests, ambassadors and all the parents present in the function. Lightening of the lamp by Prof. Ranvir Singh & Sudhir Pratap Singh marked the inauguration of the Annual Function. The program was ushered by Saraswati Vandana sung by our tiny tots with Niranjan Chandrul. The tiny tots of SAPNA sung some rhymes. Next was a dance performed by junior girls of SAPNA Shikshalaya on 'School Chale Hum'.' & 'Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani'' respectively. In the last the results were announced and prizes distributed to girls who have performed well during the academic session.

Plan for Next Academic session- Total new admission- 47 Total Strength will be- 160

13 March, 2018

Tiny tots rejoice and learn aplenty on festivals!


Holi was celebrated in all its splendour at Snehalaya. The children had a safe and happy holi at the two homes. The joy is evident from the happy faces and energy in the children in this video. Watch it and soak in all the colours!Alt Text

The tiny tots at Sapna Shikshalaya and Pankhuri are made to experience various cultures through the celebrations of all kinds of events and festivals. Over the last couple of months, they celebrated Christmas, Diwali and Children’s day with great enthusiasm. Diwali was celebrated with great pomp and splendor. The girls were told the story behind the festival, and taught a beautiful song, which was followed by sweets distribution. The girls were overjoyed to be greeted by a Santa with a bag full of treats and goodies on the occasion of Christmas. They learnt the importance of sharing and caring from their teachers, who used examples from Jesus’s life to illustrate how they could help each other. The children loved participating in all the activities organized on the occasion of Children’s day - they were very happy with all the special attention coming their way. The day ended with a Prize Distribution ceremony. The rest of the children didn’t lose heart either, for they received chocolates too!

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