Logo of Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation

Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation

Service. Justice. Inclusion

Logo of Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation

Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation

Service. Justice. Inclusion.

Even in the face of relentless religious persecution in Pakistan, Adivasi Bhil families spend their entire life savings on visas and passports to reach India. Their sole purpose in arriving here is to provide a bright future for their children with their own culture.

However, when they reach here, new challenges await them, especially regarding education for their children.

When the Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation was working on resetting these families in cities like Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, and Delhi, our team often spent much time with these migrated children.

SNU founder Swati Goel Sharma discovered that the lack of essential documents such as Aadhaar cards posed difficulties for these children’s admission to school. She started free education for their children to solve this grave situation. The first such initiative startedin Jodhpur.

Students from classes 1 to 8 learn here. SNU member Dilip Chouhan, a displaced youngster from Pakistan pursuing a BA at a local college, manages the initiative.

Besides textbook education, students get opportunities to nurture their various talents. Team organises various extracurricular activities for them.

Every month, the SNU team from Delhi, led by our founder, visits Jodhpur to assess children’s academic progress. Among other things, they also inspect the daily attendance. The team spends the weekend with kids as they exchange knowledge on various subjects.

Sewa Nyaya Utthan Foundation aspires to improve the future of displaced Pakistani children further.

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