A Ray Of Hope

Shevanti Patil lives in Mokhada’s Behetwadi village with her husband and five children. Though she is an illiterate she wants to educate all her children. Her biggest pride is her daughter Rahi who is the first girl from the family to study beyond the 4th grade.

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Curbing Malnutrition Among Children

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Pinti Khutade comes from a dysfunctional family. Her father is an alcoholic and her mother is a victim of domestic abuse. At 18-months of age, Pinti weighed around 6.2 kg, falling under severely acute malnourishment category, according to the child growth standards of World Health Organisation (WHO).

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Developing Infrastructure Through Village Participation

Kashti village is situated on a hill top, about 35 kms from Mokhada block. The village is inaccessible during monsoons as it is surrounded by a river on one-side and a dense forest on the other. Due to inaccessibility, the tribal community living here are not aware of government schemes.

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Making Families Independent

Hirabai Kirkire is a 25-year-old mother of 2 young children. She lives in Amle, one of the most inaccessible parts of Mokhada. It is a tiny hamlet with 60 families and is situated in the middle of a forest with no electricity and roads.

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