TRANSFORMING LIVES!
For every child whose challenges are many and resources too few, PRAYAS plays a part in transforming their lives! Difficulties are challenges to be conquered, not barriers to keep them down!

Sunil Shekhawat : Perseverance and a strong will can help overcome many hurdles!

Sunil was a multiple disabled child, suffering from cerebral palsy, could not even roll or crawl, lacked expressive speech and vocalization. He came to Prayas 18 years ago. He was very creative - Loved painting and drawing cartoons. So full of self respect, he had a keen desire to overcome his disability and lead a financially independent life!

Today Sunil can do rolling, sitting, crawling and kneeling and can propel himself on a tricycle. He studied upto Class VIII in a regular school. He is financially independent and presently working in Rungta Hospital, Jaipur - running a STD booth and as Store Keeper. Now married he has a daughter.

Roop Narayan : Opportunity can transform a street-urchin, with no future prospects to become an enterprising entrepreneur!

1 Roopnarayan was a thirteen year old beggar on crutches, suffering from polio in both the legs. Found begging on traffic crossings, he was brought to Prayas by Miss Jatinder ten years ago. He was counseled and motivated to give up begging and start studying. He was provided three meals a day, a place to stay and admitted as a regular student to school. He was imparted Computer Education and provided with a tricycle to increase his mobility.

Today Roopnarayan has completed school and graduation. Presently pursuing a Company Secretary course, he is also working as a Contractor. He takes assignments for job work in the Jaipur Collectorate, and employs two persons to help him.

Iqbal: Support and proper mentoring is all that is needed.

Iqbal was a eight year old child with muscular dystrophy studying in Prayas Inclusive school Raja Park. He completed Class VIII from Prayas and studied further till Class XII at Panchwati School. He did the RKCL certification online computer course. He then worked for almost five years at Deutsche Bank Jaipur as back office assistant. Presently he is working at Prayas Special School Jhalana as Receptionist and Computer Operator.

Ajay: A journey from the katchhi basti to the Engineering College

Ajay's journey started from Amarnath ki Bageechi, a slum area of Raja Park, Jaipur. He studied at Prayas Raja Park, continued further studies at MPS, Tilak Nagar and is today in the 3rd Year of Engineering at Maharshi Arvind College. He is grateful to his Alma Mater and can often be seen at Prayas Raja Park school in his free time, sharing knowledge in the classrooms.