Sathi’s parents are illiterate and poor. The area where Sathi and her family live is known as the lowest power structure of the area. Together with her parents and a younger sister, Sathi lives in the village named Chunipara, Chinashow. Her parents do not own any property, they work as day laborers and manual laborers in agriculture. Due to their low-income, the family struggles a lot to provide for their children’s basic needs. They can’t afford to send their children to school, even though they want to.
When SHED Board established a Primary school in their neighborhood, Shati’s parents were able to send her to school!
Every day, Sathi comes to school one hour earlier to play with other students. You can tell by watching her play, that she enjoys being in a safe and friendly environment, to learn and enjoy herself. She enjoys being at school more than being at home now. She is a Primary student, who enjoys learning a lot! She is always on time, which is remarkable for her seven years of age. She is loved by her class mates and teachers, as she has a gentle nature. Her parents are excited and thankful to see her daughter thrive at school! Through SHED Board their daughter has a better future ahead! And she will be able to take care of her aging parents one day, way better than they could for their own parents.
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