In my 12 years of experience as a Social worker, I have noticed that a majority of the Indian population has been facing issues regarding lack of education, unemployment, health, inequality, equity, infrastructure, and various others. I firmly believe that if India truly wants to get the recognition of a Developed country, it has to uplift itself and look for solutions to each and every problem existing as a barrier for us.
I have been working for the common goal of making India a developed country by making my small contributions.
In the span of the last two years itself I have carried out 100 plus projects aimed at various aspects of social upliftment including feeding food to the hungry, distribution of clothes to the needy, distributing grain kits to the poor during COVID lockdown, soaps, masks, and sanitizer distribution in the community, motivational lectures at various institutes regarding women empowerment, Importance of education, Laws, and rights of various sections of society, etc., Tree plantation projects, Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan and numerous other projects.
I see ample scope in the women and how they can mold the community into better societies in terms of values, mutual respect, power, and the potential to create a better India and a better world.
If I get financial help from all those who believe in me and in my ideology I will be able to, even more efficiently, serve the needy and the people who seek help for merely living.
All the money that will be received will be put to the cause of social work and uplifting the poor people, the marginalized section of our society, the women, and the children."पंक्षी के पीने से नदियों का पानी खत्म नहीं होता है उसी प्रकार दान देने से धन नहीं घटता हैं. "
– गोस्वामी तुलसी दास
Thank you!Asha Sherkhane KatkeAdvocate, Educationist, Social Worker
(BA, LLB, LLM, Diploma in labor law, Diploma in medical jurisprudence and forensic science, Diploma in Cyberlaw)Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/asha.s.katke