Vibha DC, Ashburn, VA Video January 5, 2017, 8:29pm

Videos by Vibha DC in Ashburn. Vibha is a movement that empowers you to make a difference. We aim to ensure that every underprivileged child attains his or her right to education, health and opportunity.

Vibha - Path to a New Future

The dawn of a New Year brings hopes and promise for a better future. We hope 2017 is a great year for all our volunteers, patrons,sponsors and friends. If you are still in the process of making your New Year resolution, do consider being an active part of your community and working towards making a difference. One of the core values of Vibha is to bring together the community, and collectively make a difference in the lives of underprivileged individuals

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Other Vibha DC videos

Eklavya Kids
This endearing video is from Eklavya Project, a Government school strengthening initiative at Shahpur Block, Betul District, Madhya Pradesh. Through Siksha Protsahan Kendras they work to improve the quality of education and learning levels of children in the age group of 6-10 years. Training is imparted to the government school teachers to make them more effective in their work by using innovative teaching learning technology. Vibha and Eklavya Foundation worked as partners from 2014 and as of today, thanks to supporter like YOU, they have made a difference to 2062 children in 30 government schools and 945 children 27 Shiksha Protsahan Kendras!

Samavesh
One of the key principles that Vibha abides by while developing solutions is to "not to create parallel systems". Rather we strive to optimize existing systems by addressing gaps where applicable. The CUBEQ program (Creating an Urban Base for Education Quality) run by Samavesh Society for Development and Governance in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, is one such example which aims to improve the quality of education in Government schools. Here is Anwar Jafriji, founder leader of Samavesh talking about how the Vibha partnership is helping transform public school education in Madhya Pradesh.

Jan Madhyam
One of the solutions Vibha has been supporting in our "Special Needs" focus area, is Jan Madhyam, which was founded in 1987 by Jolly Rohatagi, an artist and Ranjana Pandey, a puppeteer. Through Jan Madhyam, Vibha strives to bring children with special needs into the mainstream, using different forms of media - puppets, games, music, dance, painting and clay work - as effective tools for mental development and building social relationships. Here is Ranjana Pandey, co-founder of Jan Madhyam, talking about the role Vibha has played in enabling Jan Madhyam's solutions.

Vibha - Path to a New Future
The dawn of a New Year brings hopes and promise for a better future. We hope 2017 is a great year for all our volunteers, patrons,sponsors and friends. If you are still in the process of making your New Year resolution, do consider being an active part of your community and working towards making a difference. One of the core values of Vibha is to bring together the community, and collectively make a difference in the lives of underprivileged individuals

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