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Taran and his cousin sister Gudia are students in a small school in Punjab. He holds his sister's hand and goes to drink water everyday. Drinking water isn't easy for him because he has to stand on his toes to reach the tap and let the water flow in his palms to drink. He goes back to class with a wet patch on his shirt and sleeves drenched till the elbow. That's his everyday routine. How's your Thursday looking so far? #sister #brother #love #friendship #partner #water #drinking #punjab #school #helpinghand #happy #help #share #yuva #unstoppable #yuvaunstoppable #motivation #inspiration

Taran and his cousin sister Gudia are students in a small school in Punjab. He holds his sister's hand and goes to drink water everyday. Drinking water isn't easy for him because he has to stand on his toes to reach the tap and let the water flow in his palms to drink. He goes back to class with a wet patch on his shirt and sleeves drenched till the elbow. That's his everyday routine. How's your Thursday looking so far? #sister #brother #love #friendship #partner #water #drinking #punjab #school #helpinghand #happy #help #share #yuva #unstoppable #yuvaunstoppable #motivation #inspiration

Taran and his cousin sister Gudia are students in a small school in Punjab. He holds his sister's hand and goes to drink water everyday. Drinking water isn't easy for him because he has to stand on his toes to reach the tap and let the water flow in his palms to drink. He goes back to class with a wet patch on his shirt and sleeves drenched till the elbow. That's his everyday routine. How's your Thursday looking so far? #sister #brother #love #friendship #partner #water #drinking #punjab #school #helpinghand #happy #help #share #yuva #unstoppable #yuvaunstoppable #motivation #inspiration

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Here's how you build relationships at the grassroot level. Children from Ahmedabad's municipal schools making Rakhis with the help of Yuva volunteers. The show is your love and makes these bands a part of your Rakhi celebrations. #rakshabandhan #rakhi2019 #rakhi #rakhi #brothersister #inspiration #helpothers #motivate #encourage #Motivation #Share #Yuva #unstoppable

Here's how you build relationships at the grassroot level. Children from Ahmedabad's municipal schools making Rakhis with the help of Yuva volunteers. The show is your love and makes these bands a part of your Rakhi celebrations. #rakshabandhan #rakhi2019 #rakhi #rakhi #brothersister #inspiration #helpothers #motivate #encourage #Motivation #Share #Yuva #unstoppable

Here's how you build relationships at the grassroot level. Children from Ahmedabad's municipal schools making Rakhis with the help of Yuva volunteers. The show is your love and makes these bands a part of your Rakhi celebrations. #rakshabandhan #rakhi2019 #rakhi #rakhi #brothersister #inspiration #helpothers #motivate #encourage #Motivation #Share #Yuva #unstoppable

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A 11th standard, commerce student, studying in H. B. Kapadia, Milan lives with his mother and his elder brother. His mother is a helper, works at various houses as a maid whilst, his elder brother is a labourer. Both work day and night to earn money for their livelihood. He scored 95% in 10th wanted to go ahead with his studies in the field of science but, could not take it up due to financial crisis. Because of such a consequence, he was forced to take commerce and now he aims to be a CA. his hobbies include singing, listening to music, and reading. Also, he is a very good public speaker. He is very grateful to YUVA for the bit they have done for them. YUVA’s doing has inspired him a lot to do good for the society and also to grow as a human. #YuvaUnstoppable #evolution #volunteer #children #kids #NGO #happiness #sanitation #underprivileged #unstoppable #contribute

A 11th standard, commerce student, studying in H. B. Kapadia, Milan lives with his mother and his elder brother. His mother is a helper, works at various houses as a maid whilst, his elder brother is a labourer. Both work day and night to earn money for their livelihood. He scored 95% in 10th wanted to go ahead with his studies in the field of science but, could not take it up due to financial crisis. Because of such a consequence, he was forced to take commerce and now he aims to be a CA. his hobbies include singing, listening to music, and reading. Also, he is a very good public speaker. He is very grateful to YUVA for the bit they have done for them. YUVA’s doing has inspired him a lot to do good for the society and also to grow as a human. #YuvaUnstoppable #evolution #volunteer #children #kids #NGO #happiness #sanitation #underprivileged #unstoppable #contribute

A 11th standard, commerce student, studying in H. B. Kapadia, Milan lives with his mother and his elder brother. His mother is a helper, works at various houses as a maid whilst, his elder brother is a labourer. Both work day and night to earn money for their livelihood. He scored 95% in 10th wanted to go ahead with his studies in the field of science but, could not take it up due to financial crisis. Because of such a consequence, he was forced to take commerce and now he aims to be a CA. his hobbies include singing, listening to music, and reading. Also, he is a very good public speaker. He is very grateful to YUVA for the bit they have done for them. YUVA’s doing has inspired him a lot to do good for the society and also to grow as a human. #YuvaUnstoppable #evolution #volunteer #children #kids #NGO #happiness #sanitation #underprivileged #unstoppable #contribute

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Donda’s family comprises of her mother, father and elder brother. His father is a farmer, mother a homemaker and brother is a graduate from J M Sabva, Botad holding a degree of electrical engineer.He himself is an MBBS student. He wants to become an M.D. (Orthopedics) and serve in the Civil hospital. Dr M.M. Prabhakar, H.O.D. of the orthopaedics department, is his idol. He looks up to him and wants to serve the people, just the way he does. Statement of Motivation- Never give up. He believes one should keep trying and never give up because you never know what’s in store for you and what can come up next. He is really moved by the initiative taken by YUVA to help the people affected in Banaskantha region due to the hazardous flood. Many of his college interns were practising there, and they too received help from YUVA.The good deeds shall never stop. #YuvaUnstoppable

Donda’s family comprises of her mother, father and elder brother. His father is a farmer, mother a homemaker and brother is a graduate from J M Sabva, Botad holding a degree of electrical engineer.He himself is an MBBS student. He wants to become an M.D. (Orthopedics) and serve in the Civil hospital. Dr M.M. Prabhakar, H.O.D. of the orthopaedics department, is his idol. He looks up to him and wants to serve the people, just the way he does. Statement of Motivation- Never give up. He believes one should keep trying and never give up because you never know what’s in store for you and what can come up next. He is really moved by the initiative taken by YUVA to help the people affected in Banaskantha region due to the hazardous flood. Many of his college interns were practising there, and they too received help from YUVA.The good deeds shall never stop. #YuvaUnstoppable

Donda’s family comprises of her mother, father and elder brother. His father is a farmer, mother a homemaker and brother is a graduate from J M Sabva, Botad holding a degree of electrical engineer.He himself is an MBBS student. He wants to become an M.D. (Orthopedics) and serve in the Civil hospital. Dr M.M. Prabhakar, H.O.D. of the orthopaedics department, is his idol. He looks up to him and wants to serve the people, just the way he does. Statement of Motivation- Never give up. He believes one should keep trying and never give up because you never know what’s in store for you and what can come up next. He is really moved by the initiative taken by YUVA to help the people affected in Banaskantha region due to the hazardous flood. Many of his college interns were practising there, and they too received help from YUVA.The good deeds shall never stop. #YuvaUnstoppable

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Megha’s family members include her parents and two brothers; Father being a tailor, mother- a homemaker whilst, a brother is studying in 12th Commerce and Younger brother is a 7th standard student. She dreams of pursuing fashion designing from a renowned college. She loves colours and fabrics and therefore, aspires to become a fashion designer. Talking about role model- Swami Vivekananda- a chief disciple of Krishna, is Megha’s idol for life. His respect and profound love for almost all the religions have made her more respectful of people belonging all the communities and religions. Apart from designing and sketching clothes, she loves to play Garba. YUVA’s scholarship has freed her and her parents from paying the fees. The burden has been lessened, she says. She is grateful to YUVA for such an initiative. #YuvaUnstoppable

Megha’s family members include her parents and two brothers; Father being a tailor, mother- a homemaker whilst, a brother is studying in 12th Commerce and Younger brother is a 7th standard student. She dreams of pursuing fashion designing from a renowned college. She loves colours and fabrics and therefore, aspires to become a fashion designer. Talking about role model- Swami Vivekananda- a chief disciple of Krishna, is Megha’s idol for life. His respect and profound love for almost all the religions have made her more respectful of people belonging all the communities and religions. Apart from designing and sketching clothes, she loves to play Garba. YUVA’s scholarship has freed her and her parents from paying the fees. The burden has been lessened, she says. She is grateful to YUVA for such an initiative. #YuvaUnstoppable

Megha’s family members include her parents and two brothers; Father being a tailor, mother- a homemaker whilst, a brother is studying in 12th Commerce and Younger brother is a 7th standard student. She dreams of pursuing fashion designing from a renowned college. She loves colours and fabrics and therefore, aspires to become a fashion designer. Talking about role model- Swami Vivekananda- a chief disciple of Krishna, is Megha’s idol for life. His respect and profound love for almost all the religions have made her more respectful of people belonging all the communities and religions. Apart from designing and sketching clothes, she loves to play Garba. YUVA’s scholarship has freed her and her parents from paying the fees. The burden has been lessened, she says. She is grateful to YUVA for such an initiative. #YuvaUnstoppable

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Power of Dreams Life appeared a little too challenging in this village! Enter Chandervati, wanting to study, but her grandmother adamant on not letting her. “She never wanted us to dream big (I wanted to become a teacher) and even forced my elder sister, who had not even passed high school then, to get married”. But her father, who could never himself study due to financial problems, desired to educate his children and so brought them away from his village to Gurgaon (he and Chandervati’s elder brother work hard at a construction site here so that the younger ones in family could study well). Despite her mother’s illness and high absenteeism from school as a result of this, Chandervati proved to be a brilliant student once she got admitted to a government school. For the little time she came to school, she hesitated to use the unusable (broken and unhygienic) toilets, worried about clean drinking water and the barren school walls eaten away by termites. “Our school toilets were out of use in every rainy season. The girls especially, faced the problem year round”. And that increased the dropout rates among girls the most. But, “not every school is as lucky as my Govt Middle School”, cries Chandervati in joyfulness. Yuva brought about this transformation in her life, and in that of many more girls’ and boys’, when it selected their school for transformation. The school has now got three new toilets for girls, “so now we no longer have to stand in long queues for using toilets”, and a RO water purifier has also been installed. The beautifully painted classrooms with new black boards attract many students like Chandervati to come to school happily and regularly. “I never imagined I would study in such a beautiful school and be able to live my dream of becoming a teacher; it is all because of Yuva Unstoppable and its vision to create better future for children by providing schools with clean drinking water and washrooms”.

Power of Dreams Life appeared a little too challenging in this village! Enter Chandervati, wanting to study, but her grandmother adamant on not letting her. “She never wanted us to dream big (I wanted to become a teacher) and even forced my elder sister, who had not even passed high school then, to get married”. But her father, who could never himself study due to financial problems, desired to educate his children and so brought them away from his village to Gurgaon (he and Chandervati’s elder brother work hard at a construction site here so that the younger ones in family could study well). Despite her mother’s illness and high absenteeism from school as a result of this, Chandervati proved to be a brilliant student once she got admitted to a government school. For the little time she came to school, she hesitated to use the unusable (broken and unhygienic) toilets, worried about clean drinking water and the barren school walls eaten away by termites. “Our school toilets were out of use in every rainy season. The girls especially, faced the problem year round”. And that increased the dropout rates among girls the most. But, “not every school is as lucky as my Govt Middle School”, cries Chandervati in joyfulness. Yuva brought about this transformation in her life, and in that of many more girls’ and boys’, when it selected their school for transformation. The school has now got three new toilets for girls, “so now we no longer have to stand in long queues for using toilets”, and a RO water purifier has also been installed. The beautifully painted classrooms with new black boards attract many students like Chandervati to come to school happily and regularly. “I never imagined I would study in such a beautiful school and be able to live my dream of becoming a teacher; it is all because of Yuva Unstoppable and its vision to create better future for children by providing schools with clean drinking water and washrooms”.

Power of Dreams Life appeared a little too challenging in this village! Enter Chandervati, wanting to study, but her grandmother adamant on not letting her. “She never wanted us to dream big (I wanted to become a teacher) and even forced my elder sister, who had not even passed high school then, to get married”. But her father, who could never himself study due to financial problems, desired to educate his children and so brought them away from his village to Gurgaon (he and Chandervati’s elder brother work hard at a construction site here so that the younger ones in family could study well). Despite her mother’s illness and high absenteeism from school as a result of this, Chandervati proved to be a brilliant student once she got admitted to a government school. For the little time she came to school, she hesitated to use the unusable (broken and unhygienic) toilets, worried about clean drinking water and the barren school walls eaten away by termites. “Our school toilets were out of use in every rainy season. The girls especially, faced the problem year round”. And that increased the dropout rates among girls the most. But, “not every school is as lucky as my Govt Middle School”, cries Chandervati in joyfulness. Yuva brought about this transformation in her life, and in that of many more girls’ and boys’, when it selected their school for transformation. The school has now got three new toilets for girls, “so now we no longer have to stand in long queues for using toilets”, and a RO water purifier has also been installed. The beautifully painted classrooms with new black boards attract many students like Chandervati to come to school happily and regularly. “I never imagined I would study in such a beautiful school and be able to live my dream of becoming a teacher; it is all because of Yuva Unstoppable and its vision to create better future for children by providing schools with clean drinking water and washrooms”.

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Stay Hopeful, Stay Unstoppable! A grandfather who did not allow me to go to school forced my father to re-marry, and a step-mother who forced me to do all the household chores, at the tender age of 8! And all this in spite of moving to Delhi for better livelihood prospects. A fearsome condition, I wanted to shout loud at everything that stopped me from going to the school. But then, this was not all. Today, I am able to finally stay happily together with my mother and two brothers, albeit in a small house. My mother works day in and day out to make our lives better, and it is her sacrifices that motivated me to dream of becoming a teacher one fine day, inspiring people to become better human beings. However, to me, studying in a government school still meant lack of opportunity to study in some better school, it meant that because all my mother could earn was spent in keeping our shelter and getting us food, we were studying in poorly maintained government schools, which is not easy. Toilets so small, they either always stink too badly or remain water-clogged in rainy seasons, and don’t have water for the rest of the times. Safe drinking water seemed a fantasy and each day to school was a struggle for basic amenities. Many times it influenced me to not to go to the school, but my mother always said that if you face the fear with courage, the world will come around to tap your back and will support you. I believe that it was a similarly optimistic attitude of our school principal that attracted the good from around us, and so Lo and behold! Yuva identified our school and undertook to transform it. What I now love about my school is not just that how beautifully it has changed with fresh new wall colors and educational paintings hanging on those walls and in our classrooms, but most importantly, how clean it has become with spacious new toilets, as big as my room back home. And, that I don’t need to worry about drinking water anymore as it is purified. Now, I feel safe at my school. I question myself whom to thank for this new gift, my teachers, parents or Yuva Unstoppable? Then I feel it’s the Almighty who wants to see me happy after a struggling childho

Stay Hopeful, Stay Unstoppable! A grandfather who did not allow me to go to school forced my father to re-marry, and a step-mother who forced me to do all the household chores, at the tender age of 8! And all this in spite of moving to Delhi for better livelihood prospects. A fearsome condition, I wanted to shout loud at everything that stopped me from going to the school. But then, this was not all. Today, I am able to finally stay happily together with my mother and two brothers, albeit in a small house. My mother works day in and day out to make our lives better, and it is her sacrifices that motivated me to dream of becoming a teacher one fine day, inspiring people to become better human beings. However, to me, studying in a government school still meant lack of opportunity to study in some better school, it meant that because all my mother could earn was spent in keeping our shelter and getting us food, we were studying in poorly maintained government schools, which is not easy. Toilets so small, they either always stink too badly or remain water-clogged in rainy seasons, and don’t have water for the rest of the times. Safe drinking water seemed a fantasy and each day to school was a struggle for basic amenities. Many times it influenced me to not to go to the school, but my mother always said that if you face the fear with courage, the world will come around to tap your back and will support you. I believe that it was a similarly optimistic attitude of our school principal that attracted the good from around us, and so Lo and behold! Yuva identified our school and undertook to transform it. What I now love about my school is not just that how beautifully it has changed with fresh new wall colors and educational paintings hanging on those walls and in our classrooms, but most importantly, how clean it has become with spacious new toilets, as big as my room back home. And, that I don’t need to worry about drinking water anymore as it is purified. Now, I feel safe at my school. I question myself whom to thank for this new gift, my teachers, parents or Yuva Unstoppable? Then I feel it’s the Almighty who wants to see me happy after a struggling childho

Stay Hopeful, Stay Unstoppable! A grandfather who did not allow me to go to school forced my father to re-marry, and a step-mother who forced me to do all the household chores, at the tender age of 8! And all this in spite of moving to Delhi for better livelihood prospects. A fearsome condition, I wanted to shout loud at everything that stopped me from going to the school. But then, this was not all. Today, I am able to finally stay happily together with my mother and two brothers, albeit in a small house. My mother works day in and day out to make our lives better, and it is her sacrifices that motivated me to dream of becoming a teacher one fine day, inspiring people to become better human beings. However, to me, studying in a government school still meant lack of opportunity to study in some better school, it meant that because all my mother could earn was spent in keeping our shelter and getting us food, we were studying in poorly maintained government schools, which is not easy. Toilets so small, they either always stink too badly or remain water-clogged in rainy seasons, and don’t have water for the rest of the times. Safe drinking water seemed a fantasy and each day to school was a struggle for basic amenities. Many times it influenced me to not to go to the school, but my mother always said that if you face the fear with courage, the world will come around to tap your back and will support you. I believe that it was a similarly optimistic attitude of our school principal that attracted the good from around us, and so Lo and behold! Yuva identified our school and undertook to transform it. What I now love about my school is not just that how beautifully it has changed with fresh new wall colors and educational paintings hanging on those walls and in our classrooms, but most importantly, how clean it has become with spacious new toilets, as big as my room back home. And, that I don’t need to worry about drinking water anymore as it is purified. Now, I feel safe at my school. I question myself whom to thank for this new gift, my teachers, parents or Yuva Unstoppable? Then I feel it’s the Almighty who wants to see me happy after a struggling childho

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