PAWA Magazine is super chuffed to share with you a Thank You card from the Children of the Bal Jeevan Trust. ‘Bal’ means child and ‘Jeevan’ means life. Thus Bal Jeevan translates as giving life to a child. Founded in
The Karuna Trust identified Priya as an inspirational girl when she was 13 and in the 9th grade.
“The ability to support themselves, stand on their own feet and providing conﬁdence to the vulnerable is a common theme that comes up in a majority of the stories of the graduates.” – Vijay Rajkumar, Burma Assist’s support specialist
Leaders Quest is a social enterprise that brings together people from diverse backgrounds to explore tough questions and collaborate on the big issues affecting us all. Their unique experiential learning programmes train grassroots leaders in leadership development, communication and advocacy
“Nishtha is next to my Mom and without ‘Shikkhai Hatiyar’ project so many girls like me could not have pursued their school education. The support I have received so far from ‘Shikkai Hatiyar’ project helped me dream big and I hope someday I would able to get established in life and help others too.” – Jaya, 13 years old
“I study in Standard IX in Semi English Patuck Technical High School. Part of the curriculum consists of computer training. After passing my X standard school leaving exam, I want to continue with my studies. I live with my mother, sister and brother.” -Muskan, 13 years old
A small charity working on behalf of poor and disadvantaged families in Kerala, Southern India.