Wednesday, September 30, 2015

September 2015

September 5th

Our ladies in pink... Beautiful and powerful color. A color for self-esteem, unity and independence..



September 9th




September 14th

On 6th of September H'ble minister of Industries, Government of Rajasthan, H'ble Member of Parliament of India, Respected elected Leader of Setrawa visited Sambhali's Empowerment Center in Setrawa village. They appreciated our projects and our work in rural and skill development.





















September 16th

Happiness at Sambhali...





Heritage walk with volunteers..








Some young men in Jodhpur are trying to educate the new generation in their society and were limited to resources. We read about them in newspaper, visited them assured them that we will help provide education related materials for these children. We are happy they accepted our help and are doing very well.







Our volunteers participating in a advertisement shoot..






September 17th


Happiness in learning...






September 19th

Mr. Schober's photography workshop for Sambhali participants...












September 22nd

Prayers before starting the day at Peacock Class, Sambhali Setrawa Empowerment Center..






Sambhali's stall at a lifestyle exhibition for two days.. We were very successful!!








September 24th

Printing class at Sambhali Setrawa Empowerment Center..






September 27th

Members of Rotary club of Jodhpur-Padmini visited our Graduates Sewing Center on 23 September 2015. They were informed on how Sambhali works. They appreciated our work a lot.






Cutting designs...





September 28th

Dear Friends, we are proudly introducing you to our new project Sambhali Sambal Project for children of Dalit Rag-picking community. Living in Bheel Basti, Sojati Gate, Jodhpur. Today first two volunteers went to this door step project for the first time. Right now these children are taught in three rooms of a temple and each room consists of 20-30 children ages 3 to 12 years of age. We rented one room for storing resources. There are four young men of the community involved in this development program too and they are our motivation to setup this program. The project is always from 5 pm to 7 pm. There are 70-80 street children to attend the project. We will be teaching them General Knowledge, Hygiene, Basic Hindi, Maths and English. Sambhali will try its best to implement "Child Rights-based approach"..









September 29th

A little trust exercise for a workshop made by volunteers


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