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RHYTHM OF LIFE
Transcript of RHYTHM OF LIFE
Registered under the Society Act 1860
RhyThm of Life
Rhythm of Life believes that the desired changes in the lives of such children will come only when more and more privileged people start participating pro-actively in finding a solution. We believe that the only way to ensure a better future for these children is by education them.
We endeavour to create a productive life and a brighter future...
“We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that the child is someone today...”
Facts and Figures
Step - Up
Living is Giving
Our core purpose is to educate underprivileged children to make them capable of living with respect and dignity. About 150 students attend our compulsory study sessions designed age-wise, Five days per week.
We believe that every child is blessed with vibrant creativity, which can produce amazing results given encouragement. Our children have few resources to support this, yet their imagination is unbounded. We teach painting, sketching, colouring and colour theory to help give wings to their dreams.
Laura Di Nitto
Dancing is one of the most vivid and infectious forms of expression, and we see this everyday with our children. We teach them various dance forms and arrange events to give them opportunities to perform live. It provides them with an unparalleled sense of confidence.
Street plays (nukkad natak) leave a powerful impact, especially amongst the underprivileged. There is a rampant lack of empathy in the more privileged sections of society and we believe in changing that from the grassroots. Children interested in the same are enrolled, and they discuss and learn about issues like cleanliness, discipline, respect etc.
We believe that ‘Music unites’. There is, in our experience, no better way to get children bond with each other than to make them sing together! We teach students how to play musical instruments, such as keyboards and guitar and also singing techniques.
Our employment generation project for children above 16 years of age helps them contribute to their family’s growth. Experts of respective fields teach skills like lamp making, block printing, knitting, stitching, paper quilling, bag making, making envelopes, candles, earrings etc. This project also helps us generate funds, which are diverted back for various welfare programmes. Girls who complete 6 months in this project are given stipends, so that they feel independent, and live with a sense of dignity and responsibility.
"Every penny counts" that was living is giving motto and taught their kids to help society by donating.
Cleanliness is influential and If you let kids make a total mess everywhere and then leave, you're not really teaching them anything.
According to the 2001 census, there are 12.6 million children under the age of 14 engaged in child labour.
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In India, 50% of children aged 6-18 do not go to school.
Gyaan Aur Vigyaan
Tanisha and Kanchan got admitted in JD TYTLER School with 100% sponsorship .
Rhythm of Life took our kids to Dance India Dance
The absence of adequate school infrastructure like improper facilities and inefficient teaching staff is one of the main factors affecting literacy in India.
To provide education along with the exposure of extracurricular activities to the children deprived from the basic right of learning and education.
We, at Rhythm of Life, believe in learning without burden for children.
Interactive learning and teaching techniques like theatre, dance, music, street plays, observation, art and craft, games etc.
We believe that education is the fundamental right of every child and no child should be deprived of this basic right simply because he/she does not have access to it or does not have the resources to realize his/her dreams.
There are 268 million illiterate people in India, unable to read, write or make a reasoned decision and almost a third of the world’s total number.
Our Kids successfully completed Media Education Workshop and got certificates
90 million females in India are non-literate
Just one out of nine children finishing school joins a college. India has one of the lowest higher education enrollment ratio of 11 per cent.
Performing at Muktadhara Auditorium
Performance at Sri Aurobindo Center for Arts and Communication
Performance at Kamani Auditorium
Sessions at NDMC school
True Mind is a project designed for the holistic growth Rhythm of Life kids. In the first round of the pilot project we will be selecting 20 kids basis on their past performance.
We will cover Digital World, Art Appreciation, Communication and Behavior Management during the span of a year.
The goal of the True Mind is to make them confident and far more independent to handle their routine life.
We will use effective techniques likes Theater, art and craft, dance, music and a lot of workshop oriented classes.
There will be a lot of personal mentoring and counseling session to create individual space for the growth and development of each True Mind.
How can you Help ?
Contribute to our center cost
Become a monthly donor
Provide us Stationary for the classes
Help running our campaigns
Become a mentor at the sessions
Preeti - "Dropout to Success"
Today, Preeti is very happy and eager to complete her 10th exams. Her hard work has paid off, she is now learning Madhubani Art and making beautiful paintings, stoles and T-Shirts with her studies. She is leading over 8 more girls and want to influence more girls in her area, so that they can also face what they lack in.
Nukad Natak on Voilence against Women
Writing words from the newspaper
Sing and Write words
Dramtics on Education
Nukad Natak in the slums of Delhi
Learning warli art
Spray Painting and drawing
Andrea Sir, taking a music appreciation workshop
Laura Maam taking Media workshop
Appreciation as performance