Faith of change lives and i will win no matter how?

Mahima Rathore
Posted May 3, 2020 from India

 People will die with  hunger rather than corona.. Situation of poor people is very heartbroken ..They are facing problems of unemployment and insecure future of their children.  In slums children were not already going to school due to poverty.I have adopted 2 slums of my area and i visited their daily to teach them with my team members before this corona story.  many women are victim of domestic violence. They don't have any skill so they can earn money ...These women want their children should get proper environment and study so their children can change their lives...I am trying my best to do something for them .. First priority is to earn money .please give me ideas how can i help them...  It would be very long process  to teach them some skill...They can make chapati only... 

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Hello, Mahima,

I agree with you that those who are suffering in poverty and even those who lost their jobs could die in hunger, if not by the virus. The case is the same in our country with those families not registered in the government system.

There kind-hearted people like you who mobilize their resources to help those who are hungry. But you are right, in order to be sustainable, these mothers should have livelihood skills.

It is truly challenging when living in slums. Do your government reach to them to give them food?

Mahima Rathore
May 04
May 04

Hello karen
Thanks for response .Government is also helping but there are thousands of families who don't have government documents like ration card and other registration.. These families are not geting ration but many organizations are helping .we are also distributing food packets and sanitries. We are helping them to get their government documents complete ..and it is a great victory that 70 families are done with documentation.
Its great to have concern like you

Jill Langhus
May 04
May 04

Hi Mahima,

How are you and your family doing? Thanks for sharing your sad, but also inspiring post. I'm inspired by how you're helping those less fortunate. I hope the grant link I sent you, and the "Resources" page will have some options for you, dear?! Good luck, and please keep us posted. XX

Mahima Rathore
May 04
May 04

Hello jill
We all are good .
I visited that link you shared
Tomorrow i will contact them .They are helping in some particular cities and states which are are too far from my state ..But i hope for good i think i will get help in my area also... Will let u know tomorrow.
And today you proved real
sisterhood you gave your time when i was feeling down..
Thanks and deep hugs

Jill Langhus
May 06
May 06

Hello Dear,

Great to hear:-)

Aw. Thank you! I'm glad I was able to help, and I hope something comes through for you!

You're very welcome!

XX

Tamarack Verrall
May 05
May 05

Dear Mahima,
You are walking the path of true change, going where you are needed the most, touching the lives of women born into a situation no one deserves. It is good news that your government has begun to help at least a bit. Governments need to be held accountable to, responsible for the people. I hope you can find more people like yourself and others willing to donate materials and funds, while we all work toward a world in which this disregard of people, in particular women and children is unthinkable.
In sisterhood,
Tam

Mahima Rathore
May 05
May 05

Ohh so sweet
Thank you for your kind words...

Chi8629
May 05
May 05

Thank you for sharing .

Anita Shrestha
May 07
May 07

Thank you for sharing.

Shirin Dalaki
May 11
May 11

Thank you for sharing.