Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation (SNUF) is committed to making education accessible to Hindu children born on the other side of the border but desire a safer future here. And we believe that every small step in this direction leads to a more significant difference.
After initiating a free coaching centre for displaced Pakistani children in Jodhpur, SNUF is improving its learning infrastructure. Our founder, Swati Goel Sharma, is personally involved in this project.
Previously, students had to sit on the ground, which caused discomfort to the younger ones. New chairs, mats, and carpets have been provided to reduce their discomfort.
Two more teachers have also been hired to help children with their studies.
The impact generated by this SNUF centre has received heartfelt praise from students and their parents. This is why the number of enrollments keeps increasing every day.
Swati says that education is the right of every child, and they will not let a lack of money and documents be a barrier to learning for these displaced Hindu children. Seva Nyaya Utthan will continue to make every effort to make education accessible to these children.