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Future of Poor Children

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Future of Poor Children

Mohit Kariwala


Mohit Kariwala

Many a times we discuss topics like child rights and child education but there is nothing which has happened in the recent past which has alleviated this child from their poor backgrounds.Being poor is not a personal choice but it is a part of their life.Many a times children from these families doesn't get the right amount of nutrition for food or these children don't get the education.This is very harmful for a country like mine India where when we talk about demographic dividend we forget that first of all these children should be educated.Also I feel phycologically every child has a right to a toy.i request you to donate toys and some healthy food to the local community children.Spread the privilege.

31st March, 2011 @ 5:42 PM CEST

Sarah Sanrey

Sarah Sanrey | mentor

HI Mohit - I completely understand your issue and the plight of these poor children sometimes seems to be banalised amidst all the communication around their situation. I remember my initial reaction having watched Slumdog Millionaire which I imagine is a fairly accurate image of their lives and was horrified at the harshness and brutality of their environment. A toy brings such comfort I support your initiative!

4th April, 2011 @ 3:46 PM CEST




We can only think about the future if we can survive today. I believe with our contributions, admonitions and vision we would be able to give the poor children within and outside our coast a hope and a future.

11th November, 2011 @ 1:37 PM CEST

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