Samsher Ali had an accident in his train journey to Ballarshah; running train…..he has fallen down and his both legs cut down. All the family members are depending on him and he was struggling a lot to get help. He lost all hope whether he would able to stand on his feet. People to People organization...
People to People Nagpur runs project at Mumbai with Adhorekit Trust in Bhandup Slums for poor children. This project is response to Covid-19 and Lockdown crisis. The children are getting an opportunity beside the railway track compound on footpath. Here we are still running an activity to check the Oxygen and temperature at our Education Hut. Our video will give you glimpse.
At our Bhandup Mumbai project which is opened for the Ghaswale Community children (migrants from Karnataka), on the occasion of Savitribai Fule Birth Anniversary we inaugurated Sunday Special Children’s Cafe where they start from reciting Preamble’s reading, sing motivational songs, play and stories which help them aware what responcible civilian can do and end with National Anthem.
In this Cafe, children join and enjoy to spend time with each other, develop their friendship also build up stage daring.
We celebrated the Savitribai Fule’s Birth Anniversary at our Gagdebaba Learning Club at Amravati Project with parents and students. The Savitribai is a great revolutionary for the women’s education. She opened First School for women in India in the time when women were not allowed education.
On this occasion we distributed Educational Material to the children for study. Abhayanavita talked on Savitribai’s life and work. Sarika Patil who is Shikshanmitra (Friend of Education) organized this event.
People to People Nagpur organized an event online on zoom for guidance on health issues as people were simply at home. Manidhamma guided online on Naturopathy as he is certified doctor in Naturopathy in Corona and Lockdown Crisis.
People to People Nagpur decided to start a Education Hut at Bhandup Mumbai for the migrant’s children. The parents of those children happy to have this opportunity as they were missing the school for their children in lockdown and Corona Crisis situation. Those families are from Karnataka for selling grass and known as Ghaswale (grass cutter labours) where Salt Farming used to do but as time passed that stopped and grass selling started from here.