Our aim is to provide Free education, shelter and food to Tribal children who come from utter poverty and neglect.
Around 15 years ago in this remote hilly, tribal, forest area of Dediapada, there were no proper roads. People stayed in huts made up of mud with no basic civil amenities. Presence of any stable, effective educational infrastructure was unthinkable.
To solve the problem Janki Ashram was developed to accommodate 137 girls from 73 villages. Our aim is to increase to 200 and to establish Janki Ashram at various places.
Janki Ashram - a centre for excellent learning
Janki Ashram - a successful experiment of empowerment of women
Janki Ashram - a shelter for the poor people in need of help
Janki Ashram - an instrument of social awakening and upliftment
Around 15 years ago in this remote hilly, tribal, forest area of Dediapada, there were no proper roads to travel. People stayed in huts made up of mud. In an area which was devoid of any basic civil amenities, a presence of any stable, effective educational infrastructure was unthinkable.
While travelling in these remote village areas, it was noted that whatever schools were there were very irregular. Most of the children were not interested in studying and many of the teachers were not interested in teaching.
From the surrounding
3 districts in the state of
Gujarat, over 300 villages
are benefitting from
medical, educational, food
related projects as well as
through various social
undertaken by Janki