“I am the 1st Generation in my Family to use a Computer.” – 17-year-old Sanju

17-year-old Sanju, a resident of Balmiki Basti, Delhi, was forced to discontinue her studies owing to economic difficulties. There were 10 members in her family, and it was difficult for her father to educate all his children and care for the elderly in the family too.

Sanju wanted to learn computers, and our team made her dream come true. She was encouraged to join the Child Activity Centre in the community, and enrol for vocational training programme in Computers.

Sanju changed and her confidence grew. Now she makes video calls to her relatives and does money transactions through UPI. She now wants to study and learn the English language to build her career on the same path… and she knows this is possible with the help of her didi and bhaiya from Railway Children India.

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