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6 01, 2017

Children Visit to Vatsalya Vrudhdh Ashram

By | January 6th, 2017|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education, Lok Seva Kendra|0 Comments

The whole world revels in festivities during the month of December. With a desire to share their happiness where it is most needed, 35 of our children decided to visit Vatsalya Vrudhdh Ashram at Vadaj on 5th January, 2017, and spend their day with the aged. These children were well prepared with dances and song [...]

27 12, 2016

Christmas Celebration, 2016

By | December 27th, 2016|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Girl-child Education, Lok Seva Kendra, Special Programs|0 Comments

Even though most of the children connected with Jeevantirth are non-Christians, they eagerly wait for Christmas every year. This is because Christmas is one of Jeevantirth’s annual maha-programs. This year’s program, held at Baba Saheb Ambedkar open air theatre in Ranip, needed a month long planning. It was a month of celebration and oneness in [...]

3 10, 2016

Gandhi Jayanti – 2016

By | October 3rd, 2016|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education, Lok Seva Kendra|0 Comments

Almost a century and half ago, on 2nd October 1869, a saint was born on the holy land of India who would change the course of history for his country and the world. Bapu endured the toughest barricades of the British; while each door shut closed there seem to open another before his mighty will, [...]

26 12, 2015

Christmas Celebration – 2015

By | December 26th, 2015|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education, Lok Seva Kendra, Self-help Groups, Vocational Training Centre|0 Comments

This Christmas on 25th December, Jeevantirth (NGO) brought celebrations to the unprivileged children by organizing a program that entailed cultural awareness, various dance forms, songs and plays. Held in the Baba Saheb Amdebkar Open Air Theatre, Ranip, the children cheered loudest at the arrival of dear Santa Claus. Kids from slums of Ramapir no tekro, Ganesh nagar, Balol nagar, Akhbar nagar, Sabarmati and various other backward communities that Jeevantirth works with participated in the event. […]

30 08, 2015

Rakshabandhan Celebration – 2015

By | August 30th, 2015|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education|0 Comments

Rakhi is one of the few Indian festivals that is celebrated across India; it is a call for brothers everywhere to return home to their sisters. It is a day of sweets and thanks giving; siblings call it a truce on this day and brothers offer monetary blessings to their little sisters. […]

4 08, 2015

Participation in AISEC Program

By | August 4th, 2015|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education|0 Comments

100 young students from United States, China, Nagaland, Thailand and India volunteered in a program organized by AIESEC on 3rd August 2015. 1000 children participated in the event, 500 of which were from Jeevantirth. The event provided the volunteers with a chance to interact with slum children, the kids too found this new exposure to be exciting. […]

30 06, 2015

Health Kit Distribution

By | June 30th, 2015|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education|0 Comments

It is usually the lower class people that fall victim to diseases caused by ill hygiene; this can be traced back to lack of awareness. In order to spread awareness amongst the people of Ramapir no Tekro, Deeptiben Shah and group organized a health kit distribution camp on 29th June 2015. […]

22 06, 2015

Girl Child Sex Education

By | June 22nd, 2015|Blog Post, Girl-child Education|0 Comments

The need for sex education is quite evident in lower class cultures as no one takes the responsibility of doing the taboo. The changes that girls go through during puberty need explaining; education regarding human biology and its fundamental functions ensures healthy growth, physically and mentally, of adolescent girls. […]

15 06, 2015

Notebooks Distribution – 2015

By | June 15th, 2015|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education|0 Comments

Financial constraint has always been a barrier to education for lower class people. Even though they get enrolled in municipal schools they needs a minimum number of notebooks to note down their study material for each subjects. In today’s standard of living where a notebook costs 25 rupees, purchasing 10 notebooks becomes a task for lower class people. […]

15 11, 2013

Celebrations of Bal Divas with Bal Mela

By | November 15th, 2013|Bal Sanskar Kendra, Blog Post, Girl-child Education|0 Comments

Albert Einstein once said that, “So long as ANY SINGLE CHILD is deprived on this earth; NO invention is great and No discovery is outstanding”. We celebrate children’s day on 14th November, as it is the birthday of India’s first prime minister & the favorite Nehruchacha of all children. On this day, let us take a look on the children of our nation as well as our own childhood.India is the youngest nation on this world having maximum number of child & youth population. Jeevantirth believes that the nation whose children & youth are neglected can never develop. If we love our nation, we should do all that is possible for the children & youth of our nation. […]