IMPACT STORIES

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COVID-19 pandemic: Social organisations provide food to needy

Disha Marwaha, an intern in the execution team was phone interviewed about her experiences as a part of the Youth Empowerment Foundation and how she and her team has been working for the good cause of distributing food to the one’s deprived of it.

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A 10-year-Old Daughter: An Inspiration for Everyone

Sometimes a 10 year old is enough to teach an important lesson of the life. The small things that we tend to overlook can become a blessing in disguise for many underprivileged people. Here's another impact story where a father inspired by his talented and visionary daughter started an NGO which became a source of living for him, the farmers, the underprivileged people and eventually for our nation. The concerns of a young girl towards the society is itself enough to wake up the sleeping youth of our nation. We at Social Journal salute the courage of these change makers.

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Aaina Foundation on its way reaching out to every slum area!

Aaina foundation truly believes in the fact that one can help someone only when they are attached to its roots. They carry out surveys and help the beneficiaries. They long term goal is 'Mission Parindey'.

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Helping Hand

Reviving hope for a TB patient after he lost his job due to covid-19, YEF paved a path for his future.

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Lending a helping hand

There used to be a time when Leprosy was considered as an untouchable and heinous disease and unfortunately the general people used to outcast the patients due to their appearances but we are fortunate to have change makers like Ms. Madhuri Sharma who is a lawyer by profession. She broke this stigma by helping so many girls in need. She has also set an example for the society that if we want to work towards societal upliftment we can do that while doing our jobs. And we all should take this legacy forward by joining hands to fight this daunting task of breaking the stigma.We at Social Journal applaud the courage of change makers like her.

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YEF makes me appreciate my job even more with every passing day.

" We helped a boy from Delhi with some ration when the migrant crisis was going on this Lockdown, and the next day his mother called, telling how grateful they were. It was an emotional moment and it made me appreciate my job even more."

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“Intentions must be clear, in order to do something good”; Journey of four human helping hands!!

Every NGO has its own niche which it targets and works on. In conversation are two altruists, Hera Ahmad and Adhya Gupta, who have been a part of NGO’s and have devoted their time to make it rise. Let’s witness their journey!

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"JUNGLE JO HUMARA GHAR HAI WAHI AB NAHI RAHA"

"Jungle hi humara apna h jo ab nahi rha to chup chap ghar pr baithne se kuch badalne wala nhi. You must stand up for yourself and your cause". A simple lady from a rural area of Bihar, a social worker, an environmentalist and a woke citizen as everyone should be,Ms. Pratima kumari paswan.

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A shining star

YEF gives one the golden opportunity to work with and extend their help for the needy.

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An insight into the life of a volunteer at YEF!

A volunteer forms the base of any organization. They give way to the objectives and help them spread at a larger level. One beautiful and hard-working volunteer is Akankshya Pradhan.

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Indian Queer Alliance

We often forget to include the LGBTQ community when we speak about feminism and equality, which is a grave mistake that speaks volumes about our sensitivity to them.

Indian Queer Alliance is the foundation which helps these individuals who have suffered gravely due to the discrimination and stigmas.

They help boost the confidence of the members of LGBTQ community and in this current crisis are trying to help them with food through fundraisers and donations.

To break the stigma and establish laws that support this community, there needs to be awareness and this organisation voices these concerns and gives these individuals their voice that have been lost in the pain and hurt of the society fighting against them because of their identity

We at Social Journal applaud the courage of change makers like their.

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Save child beggar

Using education as a means to empower street children, this NGO is a catalyst for change.

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मुस्कान

Uday Arora, a boy in his fifteen joined as a Fundraiser with YOUTH EMPOWERMENT FOUNADTION to contribute for the people in need.

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“Money cannot buy knowledge; you have to earn it.”

An 18-Year-Old Social Worker Shares Her Experience with YEF.

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"Jha government nhi
pohunchti vha YEF pohunch jata hai"

Underscoring over a phone interview the limited nature of governmental efforts, Nishikant, speaks about the joy of social work with the Youth empowerment organization

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A step towards a literate world

Every human being is born free but doesn’t live like it. Everyone doesn’t have all the facilities of life to live an educated life or stomach filled life.

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Be The Change

Challenges are everywhere but human's are designed creatively to turn challenges into opportunities. Lavaya, the Founder of Be the Change NGO, is determined consistently to turn every stone of difficulty.

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Lakshyam Foundation

A novel approach to deal with the novel corona-virus incited problems, this NGO is doing it like no other .

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YEF makes me appreciate my job even more with every passing day.

"We helped a boy from Delhi with some ration when the migrant crisis was going on this Lockdown, and the next day his mother called, telling how grateful they were. It was an emotional moment and it made me appreciate my job even more."

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“Challenge doesn't need time to solve, rather courage to sort.”

Social Journal got the privilege to learn the insights of society by interviewing a determined and hardworking volunteer of Robinhood Army, Ankit Bharara, who cooks and serves 40 to 50 meals every weekend and distribute in slums & basties. He believes in not letting any single individual return to bed empty stomach and feels that this is a small step taken to feed poor and cherish their lives. Additionally, the Robins and him visit slums and share their knowledge with the children to strengthen their fundamentals and prepare them for their school admissions, training them for their bright future.

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