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Suni is only 5 years old but every day after her mother goes away from home to work to earn their daily meal; she needs to take care of her brother. In her five years of age she knows how to prepare food for her brother. She does not attend primary school only at the time of lunch will go with her pot to carry meal. ABSK tried to put Suni in Government shelter home with the help of Child Welfare Committee but her mother disagreed as who will take care of son while she is out of home. ABSK included her mother in Women Development programme now she is earning Rs. 2500/- per month which is only sufficient for their food consumption. But ABSK’s sponsorship programme and intervention through the VLAs in the community, gradually opening up the path for Suni’s future footsteps. Now she is attending school and coaching centre regularly and shared her dream with us that she wants to became a School Teacher.

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'Education is my birth right' When we scream about the rights do we have the guts to establish it? Little Rahul, a seropositive child wants to go to school......

Rahul is seropositive, we understand that but he does not even know. His only wish to attend school with white shirt and blue half pant his uniform and a huge school bag with lots of books. Nobody knew that this simple wish of a child is not going to be fulfilled easily. When Rahul with another four seropositive children went to Jhinguti primary school for their admission it was denied on the ground of being seropositive. ABSK initiated the fight for the right of these children. All the district officials were informed on the issue. The BDO Burdwan called for a meeting in the school premise along with representatives from SDO, CMOH, and SI School, but without any result. It was followed by several meetings with SDO, ADM-Burdwan, and District Positive People Network. The government has decided on awareness camps at Jhinguti village, and the children are provided with books, computer teacher by BDO, Burdwan-I. Little Rahul with his four friends are now enjoying classes in the shelter home with the cooperation from IGNOU.

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One tube well, is the only source of drinking water for fifty five families in Machantoli. But in scorching heat of summer, the water level goes down and they face water scarcity......

We read in the books that ‘water is life’, yes that is true. In Machantoli from the middle of April villagers face scarcity of water as the water level goes down which effects fifty five families to fetch water from one and half K.M. away from the Kandor (little river) for their daily use. The river is also with very less water and polluted, hence villagers especially children fall sick. ABSK conducted health awareness programme for filter River’s water for daily consumption by rural method. The villagers applied to ABSK and local panchayet to make their tube well a little dipper so that they can avail drinking water from the nearby tube well.

Together we can resolve the issue but this is not the only village but one of the interventional villages. Your help will reach us to make smile in the faces of Machantoli villagers.

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Fight poverty, your help can transform her life…. Through ABSK’s Women Development programme, thousands of women made a difference in their life.... You can also change Maloti’s livelihood.....

Maloti was married to Jhoru but when she was about to conceive her second baby Jhoru left her. She was staying with her in laws as she had given to a birth of a son to the family. Maloti is happy that she can arrange meal for her two children, but she is struggling every day as a daily labourer to earn it. She does not her children to suffer like her hence her desire increased to transform her life. ABSK enlisted her in women development programme but we need to help her children to educate themselves which will cost € 20 per month. Your help can transform her life.

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Duli deserves to be in school €10 a month can provide her proper education with nutrition. She has three brothers and one sister. Her Parents are daily labourers and can’t afford their education.......

Poverty, population are both two part of a coin to toss for Duli, a girl from Kamarpara. She is having three brothers and one sister a total four children of a mother to feed. Duli’s condition can be improved by your help. Be a volunteer.

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