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Vimukti Sanstha

Girl child education
assured_image Education Rajasthan
Support the nutrition of girls in slums
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State AIDS Control Society
Last audited December 2018
Vimukti Sanstha was set up as a society in 2004 in Jaipur .Our mission is to combat and overcome the vulnerability of underprivileged young girls by providing literacy and education in an effort to make them self-reliant and self-employed citizens. Mr.Arun Kumar is the head of the organization. He is a Retd.I.A.S officer of Rajasthan. He held various positions in the government of Rajasthan. He was also the chief secretary of Rajasthan for 2 years. Starting with 30 girls in 2004, Parents of most of the girls are daily wage earners and hence do not have a regular income. Many a time even if fathers earn, they do not support the family and spend all their earnings on drinking and hence the mothers are forced to work but since they are hardly educated, they can only manage to work as domestic help or cooks which fetches them little money to take care of all the expenses. 95% of the students at Vimukti are from socially backward classes including minority communities and their average family income is less than Rs 100000 annually for an average family size of 5. Vimukti works with around 600 girls from ages 5 to 17 years.
Leadership Lavalina Sogani
Regular access to healthy and nutritious food
Vimukti Sanstha has identified education and vocational training as the means to empower girls from the urban slums of Jaipur. The slums of Jaipur suffer from various socio-economic problems which are intensified by the continued migration of poor families from rural areas. The living conditions are abysmal. Two meals a day is a far cry and hence education is never a priority. Vimukti Sansata to aid this situation started providing nutritional snacks and milk in their schools to encourage parents to send girls to school. Children continuously grow and develop from birth through their teenage years. Good nutrition is the fuel for this development, forming the foundation of good health and no education can be given to a hungry child. This program helps to provide continuous nutrition to 600 girl children in the school. Donate to this program to help Vimukti Sanstha continue to provide nutrition to young slum children.

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