The change in Suhani's life


Construction of toilets and Remedial Education Centre in Suhani’s village is helping her progress towards a better future. Sponsorship changes lives in ways you wouldn't have even thought. 

The change in Suhani's life

12-year-old Suhani studies in the 8th standard. She has an elder sister and a younger brother. Her mother is a housewife and her father works in a private company in Pauri. Before World Vision India started working in her village, people practiced open defecation and it was dangerous especially because of the leopard and tiger attacks. Pauri has a high case of leopard and tiger attacks.

After construction of toilet in Suhani’s home, she feels much safer. A Remedial Education Centre (REC) has also been set up in the community which is helping Suhani do much better in school too.

REC is an innovative approach and community-led process that seeks to ensure learning support to children of age 6-14 years, in the community to inculcate basic knowledge about reading, writing, math and life skills. Every study centre has a teacher and free classes are given for two hours. It is to ensure that children attain appropriate age learning and also develop foundational, essential and applied life skills.

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