Celebrating the journey of Muskan (sponsored child) and her mother who dreams of becoming an empowered and independent woman
Muskan - CH 744235
Muskan is a sixteen-year-old sports player, who wishes to support her mother Anita and sees her as the role model of her life. Anita came to Delhi from Haryana in 2000 after her marriage with Parveen (Muskan’s Father) and after the birth of Muskan, he stopped providing financial help to the family.
Muskan and her brother has been solely brought up by their mother, Nishant (her brother) is currently studying in the first year of BSc. Muskan earlier studied in a private school but due to financial constraints, was forced to join the Government School for classes 11 and 12 in Dwarka.
Anita who struggled between jobs started as a tailor after receiving hands-on-training from Industrial Training Institute (ITI) in Delhi. To support her children and for building their better future, she then started working as a teacher where she taught children with special needs and helped them in their daily chores. These difficulties were not a matter of shame for Muskan as she always admired the hard work and dedication of her mother and focused on her studies.
In 2013, when Parveen refused to support his children’s educational expenses Anita contacted CFCA and through the process of Home Visit and thorough background check, Muskan was enrolled in the sponsorship program. From the time of her association with CFCA, Muskan became more motivated and actively participated in the summer camps and, annual functions conducted for the sponsored members. She feels over-joyed on her journey with CFCA because they also helped her mother in receiving training on computer courses and introduced different livelihood earning opportunities as well.
Muskan is a very bright student and through the remedial class program that runs in Pochanpur (DPP Subproject), she was able to work on her weaker subjects. In class 10, she scored 91 percent (%) marks and chose Commerce Stream with Mathematics in class 11. Muskan is also a state level judo player and a zonal level Kabaddi player and has won various prizes in these sports competitions.
This sixteen-year-old has set big goals in her life. She wants to become a Chartered Accountant and pursue her career in Banking and Finance sector. She even looks forward to supporting society by providing free tuition and coaching to needy children. She dreams of becoming financially independent and fulfil her mothers’ aspirations.
CFCA wishes these change-makers a bright future ahead.