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9 01, 2017

Medical Camp with Lions Club – January 2017

By | January 9th, 2017|Lok Seva Kendra, Nirant Vrudhdh Mandal|0 Comments

Many have fallen victims to chikungunya this winter in Ahmedabad. With thousands of cases reported, it has proven to be an epidemic. Fortunately because of available antidotes the disease doesn’t prove to be as fatal as before. However it renders one totally immobile, stuck to one’s bed. The need to spread awareness about the disease [...]

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 [...]

12 10, 2016

Pedal Rickshaw Distribution Under Svarojgar Sahaay Yojna

By | October 12th, 2016|Blog Post, Lok Seva Kendra|0 Comments

Pedal Rickshaw distribution as per Svarojgar Sahaay Yojna 12/10/2016 Many families in slums like Ramapir no Tekro go through hardships because of financial instability. To battle this via education, vocational training and awareness, Jeevantirth has been active since many years. Last year we initiated another program under Lok Seva Kendra with the name of Svarojgar [...]

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, [...]

9 07, 2016

Michigan University’s Global Scholars at Jeevantirth – 2016

By | July 9th, 2016|Blog Post, Lok Seva Kendra, Special Programs|0 Comments

Backgound: Despite many organizations being run for the sole purpose of the betterment of marginalized communities right in our own city, most of the people are unaware of the situations and difficulties the minorities endure. Even though literature is being distributed to spread awareness it doesn’t really ignite the spark in the general public to work for a change. It is the firsthand experience of their hard living situations that makes one think and act in that direction. The largest slum of Ahmedabad, Ramapir no Tekro, houses more than 7000 females who wipe the city clean every night, walking kilometers on end, picking up the filth strewn across Ahmedabad. If it was not for these ladies, Ahmedabad would have been a pile of garbage within weeks and the municipality would have had a hard time. For such a noble cause these women are being paid less than laborers, their children struggle with finding education, and health and hygiene are a second priority as struggling for survival takes up their days! There is much more that needs to be told about them. To experience this firsthand, 10 students from University of Michigan used ten days of their summer holidays going to the slums of Ahmedabad and listening to what the people had to say. […]

13 05, 2016

School on Wheels at Vada – 2016

By | May 13th, 2016|Blog Post, Lok Seva Kendra|0 Comments

Jeevantirth team and its volunteers work throughout the year on their urban initiative, knowing and solving the issues of city slum dwellers. Every year we also make sure to connect with a few villages for a period of 10 days; this is done by Jeevantirth’s staff and volunteers. This keeps us connected to our roots and also introduces us to the difference between cities and villages, the differences in concerns. This helps us prepare the future programs bearing in mind both the cities and villages. […]

8 03, 2016

Reading Room – 2016

By | March 8th, 2016|Blog Post, Lok Seva Kendra|0 Comments

07-03-2016 The 10th and 12th standard board exams weigh too much upon the school children because of the enormous importance these exams are given. Ramapir no Tekro, the largest slum of Ahmedabad, is like any other slum where houses are closely packed in clusters and lanes are as narrow as they can get. Moreover the houses are as small as 10 feet by 10 feet; with the whole family in such a small house noise is inevitable. For a student preparing for his boards such an environment wouldn’t help but rather create more frustration. […]

29 02, 2016

Eye Checkup Camp – 2016

By | February 29th, 2016|Blog Post, Lok Seva Kendra, Nirant Vrudhdh Mandal|0 Comments

In today’s age even well-off folks find it hard to meet the costs incurred by diseases and physical impairments. How then does a community of the lowest paid people, making 70 to 80 rupees daily, strive against these inevitabilities? While we moan over diseases and accidents that visit us for a short span, permanent conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness or dental problems aren’t worthy of such attention. But do these deprived communities have enough to survive with conditions such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or dental problems? […]

22 02, 2016

Motif Charity Walk – 2016

By | February 22nd, 2016|Blog Post, Lok Seva Kendra|0 Comments

It happens ever so rarely that folks from all walks of life come together to support a cause. On 21st February 2016 over 5,000 Amdavadis rallied at the streets skirting LD Engineering College clad in white tee shirts that read ‘together we will make a difference’. […]