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  1. 1. Title Our story of Change from Satya Bharti School, Baliyawali Talai, Jaipur, Rajasthan, Bharti Foundation Problem being attempted to change: Water Scarcity and Shortage of Rainfall
  2. 2. • Bharti Foundation – Bharti Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Bharti Group Companies. – The prime objective is to bridge the existing education divide and make quality education accessible to underprivileged children in rural India. – The Foundation aims to help underprivileged children and young people of our country realize their potential. • Satya Bharti School Program – The Satya Bharti School Program is the flagship program of Bharti Foundation. – It aims to deliver free quality education to underprivileged children, with special focus on the girl child across rural India. – Present Operational Status: • Number of Schools Operational: 236 • States of Operation: Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh & Tamil Nadu • Number of Students Enrolled: Over 30,000 Introduction
  3. 3. About the Community • Geographical Location: Baliyawali Talai,a village situated 1km interior to the Jaipur – Delhi Highway in Gram Panchayat Labana, Block Amer, Dist. Jaipur known for its rate of migration of local people due to scarcity of water. Located in the midst of sandy ground with the distances between the hamlets and far from the water resources. • Cultural Background: A village with the majority of population of Meena, Gurjar and Brahmin community with a orthodox traditional background of “Peeli Lungdi Lambo Ghunghat”, a Veiling system, females not allowed to go outside or giving more exposures. People mainly depends on Agriculture and Labor work in NREGS or migrating to the other places. • Role of Satya Bharti School in the Village: A tremendous work done by the Satya Bharti School from the last two years, encouraged girl child enrollment and retention. Enrollment of 113 students from the very small catchment area and in spite of the presence of other private schools. People now understands the importance of education and dignity of women in the society. • Participation in ‘Design for Giving’ School Contest: Near about all the community members participated in the campaign to be a part of this revolution. There was unexpected response from the community, all are supported us and the appreciated and encouraged the students too much.
  4. 4. The village is a true victim of water crisis and witness of the past decade when every people was faced this problem. Being provoked with the idea to make aware the people how we can manage such situations where there is not any answer from the nature nor government. People are migrating, quit agriculture and bound to be a labor, hanged in the clutches of local money lenders. It is wonder that a good rain after the long interval of about fifteen years brought hope and happiness over the faces of native dwellers. We ‘Felt’: Dry Pond and Drought like situation in Baliyawali Talai
  5. 5. • We think to conserve water, by introducing water conservation methods and techniques by public participation and community volunteering and community resource mobilization. Almost every one has understood that each droplets counts for the living and prosperity. Turning this urge into a movement we found an opportunity to teach, enable and empower the community by implementing a prospective project to preserve the rain water for further usage and recharge the underground water level by an easily approachable watershed and rain water harvesting project. We ‘Imagined’: Watershed Model by the Students
  6. 6. • Focused group discussion with the community members with Social Mapping and Resource Mapping and Rallies and Effective use of IEC • Approach to build Dabri in the identified areas • A foot march of 5 kms. in the neighboring villages by the community to spread the concept and associate the other people to this campaign • Bori Bandh making to store the water in one place and resist to spread it unnecessarily and prohibit soil erosion and Roof water harvesting We ‘Did’:
  7. 7. • Till 5 dabries were made after the impact of this campaign and in the future more will be created. • Participated in a mob in a foot march to spread the concept and associate more people to the campaign. • Physical participation of the community for the bori bandh making to the centrally located pond and pond deepening. • Till 2 houses were incorporated and installed this technique after the campaign and in future expected more and more. • 40 people from the community were participated in it including Sarpanch, Vice Sarpanch, Ward Panch, elders, youths etc. A group discussion to assess the outcomes and impact of this movement and to make the future plan for the sustainability of the initiative has been taken by the small students of their own village and for their village development with their social empowerment. Impact on Community: •Impact of program on community/group directed at
  8. 8. • Students are now more motivated now. • Encouraged to take initiatives. • Can plan and implement. • Enhanced leadership and team spirit among the students. • Ignited the feeling of ownership among the students • There is now more association and bonding among students to think innovatively and creatively. • It is now reflected that our students proved the theory of Bloom Taxonomy – Recall, Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis and Evaluation through this campaign • Teachers were feel more empowered in the process of execution and implementation and wined the more faith of the people. • Teachers got appreciation and positive responses from the community, which added jewel to their rapport and identification Impact on Us: •Impact of program on teachers and students
  9. 9. Experience of Community Members & Teachers: • Arvind Meena (Ward Panch, Gram Panchayat Labana) – We are greatly impressed through this initiative has been taken by the students of “Bharti ki School” and enjoying to be a part of the campaign, we will soon implement the idea to give proposal to the gram panchayat for the proper support in all respect and will take it to the sustainability and fruitfulness. • Mamta Sharma – I am very excited to be a part of it and will proud to support the campaign without hesitating as it is showed by our small students especially girls that as a female what is our potential and caliber. If such small students will whole heartedly wandering in this sunlight for their own village development than I am so young to take any kind of such initiatives. • Anju Sharma – We are feeling very happy that such kind of thing happening in our village since in the past years not any such things was happened and now these things are happening we are welcoming to this campaign and definitely we will save water for the generation next. • Prahlad Sahai Gurjar (HT) – Feeling on the top, so much excited and passionate for this contest and want to win it anyhow because we paid lots of efforts to make this movement successful and meaningful. Spend days to facilitate and motivate our students to participate in it and perform well. The movie made to our campaign is the reflection of our dedication and commitment •Quotes from community members, teachers and students
  10. 10. • At least 15 Dabries in the catchments area of the village with the thought “har ekar par ek dabri”, roof water harvesting process, conserving natural rain water fall and using it for the purpose of irrigation and drinking and other domestic purposes, pond deepening and boundary building (medbandi) through more Bori Bandhs. • Gram panchayat proposal from the village members to get support from the government agencies. • Creation of Nav-Yuvak Mandal, Saathin Comitee and Elders association for such kind village development activities • Decision of the community for one more pond deepening and out sourcing more and more cement bags for the bori bandh’s purpose (the very cost-effective technique to store water has been in introduced in Design for Change) • Making arrangements to irrigate the agricultural lands from the available water. • In a shortage of rainfall, protection of “Kharif Crops” and making probabilities for the “Rabi Crops”. • Maximizing agricultural production and minimizing rate of migration from the village. The Road Ahead…..(in the next 3 months) •Action plan for Community Development Campaign
  11. 11. Students Participating in the Contest: # State District School No. of Students Participating Name of Student Class 1 Rajas than Amer, Jaipur BaliyawaliTalai 12 Parwati Sharma Vth 2 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Nandkishor Meena Vth 3 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Supriya Meena Vth 4 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Anisha Sharma Vth 5 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Sapna Meena Vth 6 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Sunny Meena Vth 7 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Rajesh Bheel Vth 8 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Anita Bunkar Vth 9 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Kavita Meena Vth 10 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Vikram Meena Vth 11 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Ganesh Meena Vth 12 BaliyawaliTalai 12 Asha Meena Vth
  12. 12. • School Staff – Mentor Teacher(s):- Mr. Prahalad Sahai Gurjar, Banwari Lal Bairwa, Chunni Saini, Nitu Chouhan and Jagdish Narayan Meena • State Team – Cluster Coordinator – Affaque Haider – District Coordinator – Mr. Brajesh Bhardwaj Team Responsible:
  13. 13. Thank you