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“if a girl  is educated future mother is educated and no mother wants her child to be less educated than her”

We started supporting girl children for school education, especially the semi orphan, orphan and poor girls. Later on children irrespective of gender, caste, color or religion were provided help as we realized that everyone should get minimum education for better future otherwise there is a possibility to get attracted to  unsocial  activities.
Sahara has been working with other funding agencies (National and International) for eradication of Child labor in rural as well as urban areas. Sahara has given trainings and consultancy to the grass root level CBOs and NGOs for eradication of child labour. It has collected thousands of signatures of like minded people of civil society organizations for eradicating child labour in hotel industry, agriculture, beedi rolling industry, construction industry, quarrying, mining etc.

Sahara has conducted seminars and pubic forums to sensitize people’s representatives at the time of general elections to include child rights programming in their manifesto and also allocation of required funds for the elementary education. It has endeavored to impact government officials, panchayat Raj officials, school administration, village education committees, school education committees, parents associations and schoolteachers to eradicate corporal punishment in state sector schools and protect child rights in a pleasant environment.  The staff of SAHARA have delivered several lectures and worked as a resource persons for providing quality education and joyful learning to the child labour in rural areas in Telangana.   

Present Activities:

  • Sponsor a child Program- Children belonging to vulnerable families, orphan, single parent children, and children from poor families are provided with supplies of nutrition, toiletries, educational material, dresses, tuition fee, supplies for personal and family needs, health care and emergency needs.
  • Higher Education Sponsorship- Poor children in need are  supported to pursue higher education

  • Children clubs and child  rights  initiative- Forming children clubs to advocate for child rights


  • Supported more than 2000 children, especially girl child to continue school education.

  • Identified and supported orphan and poor handicapped children in Medak District and helped in establishing an Orphanage.

  • 8 child labor special schools under CLPS for specialized groups like Beedi Workers and quarry workers  were  run in Nizamabad and Karimnagar Districts. More than 600 child labor were covered under these activities.

  • Apart from that two residential schools were run for two years, providing joyful learning for marginalized group of children at Vardavelli village. 245 child labour were mainstreamed. 

  • A residential Joyful learning centre was run for 2 years  and mainstreamed nearly 245 child labor.

  • Summer coaching classes for competitive exams for poor students were conducted in Asifabad of Adilabad District.

  • Worked for  reduction of girl child labor in beedi rolling in 10 villages of Karimnagar District.

Established children clubs  in different villages  and fought for  promotion of child rights in the  mandal  involving stake holders.


Ravali’s parents migrated to Hyderabad for livelihood from  Nelpatla village, Chowtuppal mandal of  Nalgonda district in the year 1985 for livelihood. Her father Anjaneyulu  died  in the year 2003 and her mother Anasuya works in a private hospital as ayah.  She has one younger sister and brother. All of them were depending upon the income of her mother which was not sufficient  to meet their educational and  daily needs.  They still live in a single rented room without facilities.

Due to insufficient income, Ravali was about stop her studies in 3rd standard and under these circumstances, she approached SAHARA and with the  help of sponsors she got support for education and sustenance all these years. Now she is in B Tech (CSE) Final year (2015-16) at Anurag Engg.  college.

When she gets a job  she wants take care of her mother, younger sister and brother and the those who are suffering in the society.


Sri vani is a victim of polio and has lost functioning of her two lower limbs. Her father is blind and when they approached us the family was reeling under difficult financial circumstances. She was then about to discontinue her 5th class studies.

SAHARA came to her rescue with the support of sponsors. She successfully completed her graduation with our support and is now employed with Government post office, Amberpet as stamp vendor.

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