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Support Premanjali to Build Washrooms and Toilets for Underprivileged Girls

Empowering Girls Through Education and Sanitation

Toilets and Washrooms for Girls

My name is Premanjali, and I have made it my mission to empower underprivileged girls in the rural villages of Chhattisgarh through education.

Introduction :-- Link:-  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLc9dYNIbN8

We run 400 free educational centres across 250 extreme rural villages and are supporting more than 40000 neediest children in rural India through our non profit Sankalp Ek Prayas.

I am making an effort to reconstruct toilets and washrooms facilities at our free educational centres running in the extreme rural areas of Chhattisgarh.

Most of us are aware that girls are often excluded and face disadvantages when it comes to receiving an education, however we fail to recognize less obvious factors keeping girls from being educated, such as the lack of toilets and washrooms.

We have brought these girls into our free quality education system but we are struggling for availability of washrooms and toilets for our adolescent girls. Girls are forced to using nearby fields and risk being harassed by local miscreants.

Every day, I visit the homes of these girls, talking to their parents, pleading with them to send their daughters to our free educational centres for their better life through quality education for first generational learners. But what I am facing is heart-breaking. Girls are not coming for education because of something that most of us might take for granted – proper washrooms and toilets facilities.

We are witnessing a direct correlation between dropping out of girls and lacking a toilets and washrooms, and it is vital that we work towards the cause.

Can we imagine how unfair this is? Most of the girls in rural India can't continue education because they don't have toilets and washrooms at schools and educational centres. And it's even worse when they have their periods. Not having washrooms makes everything much harder for them. It's a reminder that in many parts of the world, girls and women still don't have the same opportunities as boys and men.

It makes me sad and angry because it's not right. I don't know how to fix it, and that makes me feel really helpless.

Knowing all of this doesn't just make me sad and mad; it also makes me feel like I should do something about it. These girls are real people with hopes and dreams, just like everyone else. They shouldn't have to struggle so much just to have a clean toilet/ washroom.

We need to do something to change this. It's not just about toilets; it's about fairness and giving every girl a chance to succeed. We can all do something, like talking about it, or pushing for change.

Together, we can make a world where every girl can have a clean and safe toilet and the chance to achieve her dreams.

My goal is to ensure that these underprivileged girls are provided with necessary toilets and washrooms facilities during their stay at our free educational centres.

I have already built more than 10 such low cost washrooms and toilets and these have immensely helped our neediest girls.

For me, it is not just about toilets or washrooms; it's about giving hope, dignity, and a future to those who have been denied the most basic of necessities.

I would greatly appreciate support from you. Your support will go a long way towards educating and improving retention of girls at our free educational centres! Thank you.

Updates
8 Jun, 2024

Support Premanjali to Build Washrooms and Toilets for Underprivileged Girls

Empowering Girls Through Education and Sanitation

Toilets and Washrooms for Girls

My name is Premanjali, and I have made it my mission to empower underprivileged girls in the rural villages of Chhattisgarh through education.


We run 400 free educational centres across 300 extreme rural villages and are supporting more than 42000 neediest children in rural India through our non profit Sankalp Ek Prayas.


I am making an effort to reconstruct toilets and washrooms facilities at our free educational centres running in the extreme rural areas of Chhattisgarh.


Most of us are aware that girls are often excluded and face disadvantages when it comes to receiving an education, however we fail to recognize less obvious factors keeping girls from being educated, such as the lack of toilets and washrooms.


We have brought these girls into our free quality education system but we are struggling for availability of washrooms and toilets for our adolescent girls. Girls are forced to using nearby fields and risk being harassed by local miscreants.


Every day, I visit the homes of these girls, talking to their parents, pleading with them to send their daughters to our free educational centres for their better life through quality education for first generational learners. But what I am facing is heart-breaking. Girls are not coming for education because of something that most of us might take for granted – proper washrooms and toilets facilities.


We are witnessing a direct correlation between dropping out of girls and lacking a toilets and washrooms, and it is vital that we work towards the cause.


Can we imagine how unfair this is? Most of the girls in rural India can't continue education because they don't have toilets and washrooms at schools and educational centres. And it's even worse when they have their periods. Not having washrooms makes everything much harder for them. It's a reminder that in many parts of the world, girls and women still don't have the same opportunities as boys and men.


It makes me sad and angry because it's not right. I don't know how to fix it, and that makes me feel really helpless.


Knowing all of this doesn't just make me sad and mad; it also makes me feel like I should do something about it. These girls are real people with hopes and dreams, just like everyone else. They shouldn't have to struggle so much just to have a clean toilet/ washroom.


We need to do something to change this. It's not just about toilets; it's about fairness and giving every girl a chance to succeed. We can all do something, like talking about it, or pushing for change.


Together, we can make a world where every girl can have a clean and safe toilet and the chance to achieve her dreams.


My goal is to ensure that these underprivileged girls are provided with necessary toilets and washrooms facilities during their stay at our free educational centres.


I have already built more than 25 such low cost washrooms and toilets and these have immensely helped our neediest girls.


For me, it is not just about toilets or washrooms; it's about giving hope, dignity, and a future to those who have been denied the most basic of necessities.

I would greatly appreciate support from you. Your support will go a long way towards educating and improving retention of girls at our free educational centres! Thank you.


Organisers
SANKALP EK PRAYAS BHILAI

SANKALP EK PRAYAS BHILAI

Beneficiary Charity

Parimal Sinha

Parimal Sinha

Organiser

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