Gender Discrimination Our story of Change fromSatya Bharti School,Dhani Pipliyan Amer, Rajasthan, Bharti Foundation Problem being attempted to change: Gender Discrimination Root of social evils
Introduction• 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: 254 • States of Operation: West Bengal, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh & Tamil Nadu • Number of Students Enrolled: Over 38,000
About the Community• Geographical Location: It is established in village Achrol, Amer in dist.- Jaipur Raj• Cultural Background: People are very poor, They based on agriculture or daily labour. The role of girl child is not good they treat as labour for work.• Role of Satya Bharti School in the Village: The of Satya Bharti School is as a Model School of the village, It’s a learning temple.• Participation in ‘Design for Giving’ School Contest: School participated in Design for Giving for ‘Gender discrimination’
We did President, Chief -guest & guest on the occasion of baal mela (Children’s Day)During the year we focused on girl’s empowerment so the people could understand the role of girl child in the society or nation development. We always gave chance to the girls for leading to such activities.
We ‘Did’: Students requested to the community members for importance of girls. They also saidfor the higher education of the girls which are not going to college. They Said that theremust not be difference in food, caring, affection & education between the boys & girls.
Impact on Us: • With the help of community members the students successfully conveyed the message of Gender Discrimination. • They are sending their girls to college for higher education. • Girls are participating in social activities as equal boys. • Our school’s girls are taking place in school activities, they removed hesitation, got confidence & leading the society.
Experience of Community Members & Teachers:• “I saw that soft hand of our children can change in society very well, Our school children have done great here.” (K.C.Yadav, H.T.)• “Our children have successes to convey the message of Gender Discrimination.” (Banraj singh teacher)• “People have understand the role of Girl.” Vishnu Sharma(tcr)• Gender discrimination root of social evils, we continue it.(L.C. Yadav, Tcr)• Proud to be a girl.(Sonu Nayak Tcr)• Girls have a lot of Potential need to realize it. ( Hemant Bunker)• School ke bachhon bahut achha kaam kiya hai, Hum log ladkiyon ko school bhejenge. (Mool Chand Yadav, community member)• Mujhe ab samjh aa gaya hai ki girls bhi boys ke saman hai(Sabnam, Community member.)• We conveyed the message of Gender Discrimination. Subhash Yadav student class 5th)• I looked Wonderful effort of our students,(Susila bunker)
Students Participating in the Contest: No. of Students Cla-# State District School Name of Student Participating ss Manish Yadav S.B.G.P.S. 20 5 Dhani Chelsi Sharma 5 Pipliyan Payal sharma 5 Papita, Ankita Achrol 5 Yadav Subhash , Rakesh, Amer Rahul, Luckey, 5 Raj Jaipur Rekha, Jipika 4 ,Rajnesh, krishan Ummed, Vikash Saini, Vikash yadav Palak, Kiran, Manisha 3 Nitsh, Rahul, 3
Team Responsible: • School Staff – Kailash Chand Yadav – Lal chand yadav – Banraj Singh – Hemant Bunker – Vishnu Sharma – Sonu nayak – Susila bunker V.T. • District Team – Mr. Arshe Alam – Mr. Sachin Ashapure