Nisha – I can study too
Nisha, an ordinary girl from a backward class, turned out to be a great inspiration and personality. From a very young age, she used to support her family by grazing cattle and fetching water. It wasn’t just Nisha’s life but of almost every girl in the village who wasn’t sent to school. People believed that girls should rather learn and perform household chores.
Girdhari - Change of the Community
A small child with dreams much higher than his age, belonging to a Banjara community unaware of the importance of education, became the source of the change of beliefs. The families were deprived of very basic commodities and wanted their children to work. They had seen people studying for 10-12 years and ending up jobless and believed that studying was a time not worth spending.
Women Night School - A step towards development
People grow not only because of their talent but resources and opportunities too. If deprived of them, the desire to do something can’t help out enough. The same happened in the village of Nosal. An organization in Delhi named Pravah, in collaboration with Manthan has been conducting the International Citizen Service program for many years.
Kamal Kishor - Life can't stop you to Learn
In the Bagaria ki Dhani of Padampura village, Manthan came as a boon for the development of the people. Every person had only one name to suggest, Kamal Kishore, to be the mentor and teacher of their children. Even after being physically disabled, he didn’t think twice to take such a big opportunity in his hands and educate the young generation.
Nosal Village - Watershed
The development and evolution of a generation and the area of living depends on the people and resources. Water is one of the most important parameters of living. In the Nosal village, by continuous efforts of the organization, people were willing to take steps for further development of their area.
Digital Night School - Bhadun Village
Education is the key to learn, adapt, understand, and develop, and its absence only harms society. In Bhadun village, 8 km away from Kotri, with 475 families, children from specific communities are not able to study even after having services provided. The area has private and government schools up to 12th standard.