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I am Priyanshu Tripathi, living in Avantika Nagar a small basti (slum) of Indore. Residents of our basti live with many problems. Our basti based is surrounded by many small scale factories. Mostly slum dwellers are working there. UHRC supports our community through women’s and children’s groups and capacity building sessions for women and children other than group members also. UHRC continuously guides us and helps to improve our inner confidence and skills. We realise that we have become far more strong and improved our thinking capacity and decision making power.
UHRC conducts many fruitful activities with us children and women towards enhancing our knowledge capacity. As a member of "Siddhi Baal Samooh" since last 1 year, I and other members of our group and other children-youth groups work with UHRC team to make continuous improvements in education of children and youth in my basti as well as other slums in neighborhood area. Girls and boys play cricket, football and other games together and take up other activities for our group and our slum. Plants were also planted of behalf of UHRC, which gives the message of environmental awareness.

About Me

I am Priyanshu, I am 17 and loves Cricket, karate and music. My mother is a house wife and my father does D P Repairing work in a company. Me and my brother are studying. I want to study higher and be a doctor in future to fulfill my parent's dream. I want to participate in TMM-2020 to raise fund for UHRC and wish sustainability in their efforts of making thousands of lives beautiful like mine.

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Ranjana Gupta
4th June 2021

Anek shubhakamnayein

Ashok Sharma
4th June 2021

Best wishes

Mrs. Sarita Agarwal
31st May 2021

Best wishes

Shirish Gupta
27th April 2021

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Urban Health Resource Centre
UHRC strengthens and deepens confidence, self-reliance through knowledge, negotiation skills among slum-women's groups, invests in gen-next through children-youth groups across 410,000 slum/vulnerable populations in Indore, Agra. Slum-women's groups are trained, encouraged to submit community applications/reminders to concerned departments. UHRC team stands with them in these perseverant efforts
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Shirish Gupta

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