Every child must believe in himself!

‘While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about’— Angela Schwindt. Vinay Nishad, of Class 4, is a living example of the quote above. Coming from a very humble background from the slums of Wardhaman Nagar in Nagpur, he studies in our Reach & Teach center.Continue reading “Every child must believe in himself!”

Unlocking the potential!

The nation went into Lockdown on the 24th of March,2020. The world was already reeling under a pandemic unprecedented, unparalleled, and unheard of. Lockdown to wade off contagion resulted in a contagion of fear and threw to the world novel challenges. Despite all the technological mastery and claims of superior intelligence humankind was caught offContinue reading “Unlocking the potential!”

Sheetal’s liberation through education!

Shabby little attire and barefoot She was wandering across the streets, her eyes laid on alms. Selling balloons on the city streets and persuading every passerby with open arms. She was the fourth sibling and only daughter of the family. Born and brought up on the pavements of a bustling city, This is Sheetal ChakarContinue reading “Sheetal’s liberation through education!”

Skill development initiative reaches another milestone

Meeting the vibrant Asma, Sahera banu and many others like them was a delight for us. The dedication to bring laurels to their own name goes unparalleled. Belonging to a community which does not encourage them to come forward, they have taken a step to bridge the gap and took the decision to be aContinue reading “Skill development initiative reaches another milestone”

To grow a child’s mind, you must plant a seed!

Planting a tree with your children can mean so much more than just adding an attractive feature to your garden – it’s an opportunity to ‘put something back’ into the environment and encourage birds, insects and other creatures into the habitat. Teaching kids about trees don’t mean training them to memorize random facts. But partContinue reading “To grow a child’s mind, you must plant a seed!”