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Chaitra Uday Kodiya is a ten-year old-little-girl studying in 5 at the Government Higher Primary School at Ajjibala in Sirsi Taluk. Chaitra comes from a poor agricultural family and the total family income doesn't even suffice to provide the members decent nutritious food. Workers from Manuvikasa provided Chaitra with basic amenities like notebooks and shoes so that she can continue pursuing an education in a dignified manner. After the organization's intervention, Chaitra has taken a keen interest in her studies, with Social Science, Kannada and Science becoming her favorite subjects. On one side, where Chaitra couldn't bring herself to communicate properly, on the other side, she has now taken a liking to dancing and aspires to become a teacher someday.

About The Program

Manuvikasa has initiated a project to provide educational material to students hailing from underprivileged backgrounds. The organization has identified a number of children between Grade 5 to 10, who are in desperate need of financial help to continue their education. After the initial process of selecting the beneficiaries, the volunteers visit their schools and ascertain the family's economic condition before providing them with the study material - like notebooks, school bags, raincoats, and shoes. Workers from the organization visit the homes of their beneficiaries from time to time to ensure optimum utilization of the supplies and to keep a check on the academic progress made.

About The NGO

Mauvikasa is an NGO that works in Uttara Kannada and Haveri District of Karnataka State on the issues of water conservation, education improvement, and livelihood development. They have collaborated with Deshpande Foundation and are developing small Tanks and springs and trying to support farming communities to improve agriculture income through SRI cultivation. Manuvikasa aims to create a social order among the marginalized and deprived members of the rural community regardless of caste, class, creed, and gender with mostly affected women and children, uplifting them through various programs as well as activities giving them an improved quality of life and good human values, sustainable livelihood and enriched environment. This organization is created by educated and experienced social workers. All of the members have the experience of women, children, and youth development activities. They try to benefit the depressed families of the targeted villages through empowerment of women, youths and providing education to the children.They have developed 2130 small water harvesting units or farm ponds and harvest 840 million liters of water every year, 150 energy efficient smokeless choolas and have also provided micro insurance for the low-income groups covering 2000 families.



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Rohit Nair

Rohit Nair


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