Empower One in Powerful way to reach out Thousands!!

Bharti Singh Chauhan
Posted June 12, 2019 from India
Bharti Singh CHauhan Counselling Muskan Family
Bharti Singh CHauhan Counselling Muskan Family (1/4)

Hailing from an orthodox Muslim family, Muskaan comes from the kacchi bastis of Jaipur. There was a time when was on the brink of quitting her studies due to her familys poor financial status. She was enrolled into the Laadli program runned by Praveenlata Sansthan NGO Runned by Bharti SIngh Chauhan, when team PLS met  her at school  she had come to collect her leaving certificate. Bharti SIngh CHauhan Founder of the NGO  decided to support her so that she could pursue her education. Initially, Muskaans family were not supportive of her joining this program and going to an NGO everyday. Someone from her family would come everyday to drop and receive her. However, she stood her ground and continued coming to the NGO. She learnt sewing and tailoring, gotapatti art, aari-taari work, making soap and sanitary napkins. She is currently pursuing a degree in arts (B.A.). She was also invited to RadioCity 91.1 FM to speak about her ordeals and how she overcame all challenges in life. Through her work as a community teacher here, she has become financially self-sufficient and is able to provide for her family. She has delivered workshops regarding menstrual hygiene to over 1000 girls in rural areas across Rajasthan. She Once a beneficiary of PLS, she has become a proud Pragati Sakhi today.

As Muskan the NGO has been transforming lives of thousand of girls in Rajasthan through various Projects.

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Jill Langhus
Jun 13, 2019
Jun 13, 2019

Hi Bharti,

What a great story, too! Congrats to you and Muskaan!!! Thanks so much for sharing.

Zohra Elias
Jun 13, 2019
Jun 13, 2019

Hello Bharti,
I’m so glad that Muskaan became a community teacher and helped over 1000 girls in rural areas by delivering workshops about menstrual hygiene.
Good luck with your NGO, you are doing a great job.
I love women success stories, please keep posting.
Thank you.

Beth Lacey
Jun 13, 2019
Jun 13, 2019

Yeah for Muskaan!

Wusufor
Jun 15, 2019
Jun 15, 2019

Thanks for your hard work for these girls. Have a nice weekend. Take Care

ANJ ANA
Sep 10, 2019
Sep 10, 2019

Dear Bharati,

So good to hear that the more than 1000 girls are being benefited. Congratulations and keep doing the good work. Keep updating. We would like to read you more and more.
Best wishes, anjana

Anita Shrestha
Sep 16, 2019
Sep 16, 2019

Hi Bharti
Thank you for sharing

DrSpirit
Sep 18, 2019
Sep 18, 2019

Hello Bahrti,

Thank you for sharing the story of Hailing. Her persistence and determination paid off. It was so inspiring for me to read where she was able to become financially self-sufficient and provide for her family.

Women do have the Power and Wisdom to be successful financially.

Blessings, Dr Liz

Josie Pascasio Ortiz

You are doing a beautiful job. Keep it up and just continue and believe in your heart.

anita shrestha
Apr 03
Apr 03

Thank you for sharing

coolasas
Apr 05
Apr 05

Very interesting story.
I have a question for you and the rest of the women here. Why is it that women and girls struggle to get what they want and when they succeed and able to provide for the family the treatment to them changes?
It may not be in all the cases but the typical story of struggles and success follow the same trend, which we see so much in movies, TV or told in books. Telling us that art imitates life. But are happy to accept this or we have alternative?

Good luck to your project and I wish more success.

Stay safe

Coolasas