Gift Healthy Hygiene to Diksha Girls

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Through this campaign, we at Diksha School wish to raise Sanitary Napkins for 50 disadvantaged girls.Join us in gifting these girls healthy hygiene.

Diksha children are typically:

- From Migrant labour families living in jhuggis (make-shift homes)

- Belong to economically weaker sections living in Chauma village, Dharam colony, Caterpuri and New Palam Vihar

- Found loitering in the streets begging for alms

- Drop outs from up to three previous schools

- Refugees from Bangladesh.

C.B.S.E based academic education is provided by salaried teachers who receive on-going professional development and are mentored by experienced volunteers. Children are encouraged to learn a variety of extra-curricular activities such as folk art, dance, drama, music and yoga and participate in inter-house and inter-NGO sports meets. Diksha supplies a nutritious mid-day meal (prepared on the premises daily) and a snack to each child in addition to uniforms, shoes and books. Periodic dental and medical check up is given to all students by volunteering organizations and doctors. Parents are an integral part of Diksha and participate in regular parent-teacher meetings and workshops on hygiene, nutrition and non-violence. Parents are encouraged to lend their expertise to support the school.

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Our school now has about 50 adolescent girls and are in need of sanitary napkins. They have attended in-house workshops on Menstrual Health and their awareness about personal hygiene has increased. They have also learnt the harmful effects of using other items during menstruation. With the use of sanitary napkins, there will be an increased level of confidence and activity and less likelihood of absence from and discomfort at school.


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About Diksha School

Diksha is a non-profit school in Palam Vihar, Gurgaon, Haryana, India established to provide free and quality education to children from low-income families in the neighbourhood.  It was established in October 2nd 2008 with thirteen street children and with the humblest of beginnings under the inspiration of Shanta Sharan.  Eight years later,  a core-group of volunteers along with salaried teachers and donors from the community have created a safe, stimulating learning environment that allows about 350 children from disadvantaged families to develop a healthy body and mind. Children are nurtured with respect and taught to be responsible  citizens in today’s world. 

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Sammu Sanju

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Sumant Sharan

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