Since the inception of Hunar Ghar, Educate for Life has worked in close partnership with Rajasthan Bal Kalyan Samiti (RBKS), a grassroots India registered NGO, which has worked extensively in the fields of education and community development across Rajasthan since it was founded in 1981. It has been a privilege to serve the Bakhel community together over the past ten years. Read More
Hunar Ghar celebrated the 69th Republic Day of India this 26th January. The constitution of India came into effect in 1950 on January 26th and this day is ever since celebrated all over the country with great enthusiasm. The children at school participated in cultural programs and the community members were invited to share the joy. The school Principal, Ajit ji shares a brief account of the activities..
Hunar Ghar recently celebrated its Annual Sports Day with rigor and enthusiasm. The event spread over three days hosted 7 schools in the vicinity. Over 200 children from other schools took part in Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Archery and various track & field events. The value of sport in building character and leadership behaviors has been widely recognized, events like these instill in children a sense of grit, determination and team-spirit. It was heartening to see the community of Bakhel & near-by villages as well as the local administration lending support for the event and cheer for the children. Our program administrator, Kanan shares a detailed description of the event..
The Sports Tournament at Hunar Ghar is slated to be held next week and the preparations are in full swing at the school. The event spread over two days sees participation from near-by schools as well and is a fun-time for children to mingle and compete. The community members also come together to encourage the participating children. Here’s a glimpse of preparation underway..
The annual health check-up is done for all the children at Hunar Ghar to ensure general health and adequate nutrition. In the first round of the check-up held on December 8th and 9th, some 70 children had missed the health consultation. A second round was facilitated by the health team to ensure that maximum number of students undergo the screening.