An idea conceptualized and brought to life by our children; a tea stall on the premises of Pathshala Hostel. Every week one house will operate the stall. They will plan, buy, make, sell and cleanup afterwards. All visitors and well wishers are welcome to join us between 10AM and noon every Sunday for a cup […]
Like every year, Pathbhavan is going to organize the Food Fiesta in which children will cook and serve food . We take the opportunity to welcome all of you to this event @ Sanjay Nagar Slum between 7pm to 9pm.
There is great work being done at Pathshala hostel. We can continue doing that work and expand it to our target of 100 children if we can collect the required funds to support them. Please donate and help us reach a wider audience by sharing this with your own network of friends, family and companies.
Gauri started her journey with CHURNI since its beginning (2015). She was the one who used to stitch blouse, that too rarely, for her neighbours in the slum. With due course of time she gained wide experience of stitchng variety of bags, kurta, kurti , skirt, palazzo, shrug etc.? You name it, Gauri would confidently […]
Every few weeks, there is a task assignment to dispose the used sanitary napkins collected in the clay incinerator provided by Vatsalya foundation. A few of the children were working on it when some of the boys who were playing on the grounds decided that they could provide some additional help to get the work […]
Education doesn’t have to be imparted from a teacher to a student in a very structured, serious and monotonous environment at all times. Pathbhavan experimented with peer teaching during the Diwali break when the teachers were on leave and the children still wanted to continue to come. The students organised themselves in groups and lead classes. […]
Pathshala hostel maintains a responsibility chart and rewards the house that has the maximum points in that month. The children get stars for following rules, being disciplined and taking their own initiative to implement our values. For children who fall short, the house gets dots. The healthy competition between houses keeps them motivated to remain […]