The Mission Badlenge – Churu programme of Aapki sewa welfare foundation identifies children from remote villages , tribal areas and urban slums of Churu (Rajasthan), and provides them tangible and intangible support for their quality education. In addition to this , it also looks after their health, nutrition , and holistic development through participation in co-curricular activities. Currently, the majority of poor children in Churu lack access to basic and quality education; a prerequisite for sustained social and economic development. Hitherto in Mission Badlegne – Churu, more than 500 children of 5 schools across five villages (Dhadhar, Dudhwakhara, Sahjoosar, D S Pura, Sahanli) of District Churu (Rajsthan) were directly benefited from this programme.
Leaving behind their economic and climatic circumstances, these children took the first step towards a bright future. Collaborating with Piramal Foundation, Aapki sewa welfare foundation is increasing support to quality education for children who are from poor families in Churu District of Rajasthan. This Project integrates 500 students from economic backward classes into mainstream Education conditions as well as provides resources, including Wall painting, School shoes, Socks and Books for these children. With the efforts of Aapki Sewa Welfare Foundation, these underprivileged children have not stopped dreaming. Their dreams are as colourful as any other child’s and they have just as much potential to fulful them. What they lack is fair chance – an opportunity to go school, to hone their their talents, to even have a happy and carefree childhood that every child deserves.