Rishikesh’s story

Rishikesh is a college student and used to work with the NGO, The Akanksha Foundation, that empowers children from underserved communities through education. Rishikesh was introduced to Antarang Foundation through Akanksha about a year and a half ago. Through his time with Antarang, Rishikesh has learnt about the different challenges that youth in Bombay face. […]

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Raja’s story

Raja’s interaction with trainer Vaibhav was his first tryst with Antarang. When he learnt about our activities, Raja realised that this was the perfect opportunity for him to transform himself. During his time at Antarang, Raja was amazed by the positive impression the Foundation made in the lives of its many students. Raja found the […]

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Pravin’s story

Pravin joined Antarang’s CareeReady program on a friend’s recommendation, and loved it right from day one! He was amazed by the difference the program made in helping young people like him get ready for the job market, and change their lives for better. His teacher, Naseeb, made the program fun and exciting using interactive activities. […]

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Chandiran’s story

Chandiran was introduced to Antarang by his brother Raja. He enjoyed the program he attended, and was taken by how the teachers taught complex concepts using simple games. Chandiran recently completed his 10th grade examinations, and has applied for further education at the SSBC college. At the same time he is keeping busy by working […]

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Anamika’s story

Anamika found out about Antarang from a friend when she was in the 11th grade. She was curious about the program and so, along with a group of friends, decided to join the program. Today Anamika believes that Antarang has had an immensely positive impact on her life. It has made her confident and given […]

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Rajmohan’s story

Rajmohan’s story

Rajmohan graduated from amongst Antarang’s very first batch of students. He has come a long way from his humble beginning in the Reay Road centre. Today, Rajmohan finds himself among Bollywood’s elite. Rajmohan was the cinematographer for films Gubbara and Jobs at the age of 19. Since then, he has progressed in leaps and bounds. […]

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Rekha’s story

Rekha’s story

Rekha graduated from Antarang in January 2016. Soon after, we connected her to a job placement opportunity at Discern Living. Being a jack of all trades, Rekha performs several functions at the company, learning from everyone around her along the way. With her contagious smile and positive persona, Rekha’s co-workers describe her as a superstar! […]

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Student spotlight

Student spotlight

This blog post is going to focus on three of our alumni students who we are incredibly proud of: Vijay, Raja and Akash. These three young men are from the Wadala community, which was one of our most high-risk areas. There were high rates of crime, human trafficking and illegal trade and so there was […]

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Facing fears head on

Lotus Colony, in Shivaji Nagar Govandi west, is a suburb of Mumbai, that is located near the largest waste dumping ground. Devoid of basic facilities, the colony comprises of around 20 lakh slum houses, jostling for space. The lack of space however is no barrier to big dreams. More often than not, these aspirations are […]

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Tabassum Sheikh – an inspiring story of grit and determination

Tabassum Sheikh –  an inspiring story of grit and determination

There is a lot of discussion on the definition of disability, the literal meaning of which is difficulty with ability. People with disabilities face a lot of problems and not only because of their impairments but also due to social factors such as attitudes, stigma and physical obstructions. We have all heard stories of people […]

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