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A new girl in the school

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Holla freunde,


Meet Neha. One of our success stories. Neha lives on streets of Mumbai at worli mahakali nagar. Neha stays with her bua (aunt), her brother and one sister. Neha's aunt and dad doesnt have stable jobs, no proper supply of fresh drinking water, no electricity most of the time and many more issues she faces every day.




She and her entire family is so passionate about her studies. She told her mentor that she wanted to get into an english medium school and her mentor went out of her way to get her admitted in a new english medium school. All thanks to Shilpa, who is Aashansh board of director and an amazing mentor to Neha and her sister to make such a difference in their lives. Neha today is seen with a wining spirit in her eyes, a confidence in her body language, she differentiates herself from the people in the community and specially other children who she finds loitering around or have nothing to do.


Neha, Roshni and Shilpa are on their journey to unearth hidden potential, build on existing ones and making a difference.

Shoot us an email @ This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you like this story, if you want to create a story like Shilpa did, if you are young, passionate, creative, professional, can spend two hours a week either over weekends or during weekdays after work and want to take away an amazing experience for life from Aashansh.


Merci :)

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Aashansh is a non-profit organisation with a mission to provide children from underprivileged communities in India with the confidence and knowledge to unlock the door to social mobility, through weekly mentorship sessions and an experiential education programme.

Aashansh is currently working with 40 children, aged 6-18, in a street community in Worli. From our centre at Century Bazaar, we teach nearly 250 sessions a year. Combined with 50 mentorship sessions, this comes to 600 hours of interaction with each Aashansh child a year.


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