JOSH Activity Report by Applets Part 2 This is our interview with the nomad from Pali in Rajasthan We met a nomad and his brother s family who were in the Sanand area just outside our school They had a huge family with 10 people six were kids and 4 were adults They move from place to place with their small vehicle They sell balloons for a living and usually earn about 1500 rupees altogether They earn just enough money for a living day to day The elder brother takes good care of his and his brother s family and always provides them with food and water but smokes beedi a lot They buy water from the hotels nearby or any tap available on the way They have recently come from Botach and are going to Besraj They once had a house in Pali till 2014 but it was demolished by the government in 2014 and they were dislocated along with other two to three lakh people Since that time they are homeless and have become nomads But they say they are satisfied with their lives and have accepted what they have They have even sacrificed their dreams They cannot even educate their children because they can t live in one place The government did not support them at all and did not let them build a house They celebrate all festivals and buy a few crackers in Diwali and kites in uttarayan to their children They can t even have a bath everyday and they even eat food off the ground Our suggestions to them were 1 We suggested them not to smoke a packet of beedi every day as it costs around 25 rupees and it could cost him his life He can buy biscuits or chocolates in 25 rupees instead of beedi 2 We suggested them to try and build a hut in a slum so that they can stay in one place and educate their children 3 We suggested them not to sacrifice their dreams cause if they try to achieve them they would surely succeed and their children would have a bright future 4 We suggested them to use their money wisely and only on essential necessities like footwear water clothes and food Written by Jaineet Singh Grade 8 Neel Gupta Grade 7 and Vardaan Panjabi Grade 5

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*JOSH Activity Report by Applets (Part -2)

This is our interview with the nomad from Pali in Rajasthan.

We met a nomad and his brother's family who were in the Sanand area just outside our school. They had a huge family with 10 people, six were kids and 4 were adults. They move from place to place with their small vehicle. They sell balloons for a living and usually earn about 1500 rupees altogether. They earn just enough money for a living day to day. The elder brother takes good care of his and his brother’s family and always provides them with food and water but smokes beedi a lot. They buy water from the hotels nearby or any tap available on the way. They have recently come from Botach and are going to Besraj.
They once had a house in Pali till 2014 but it was demolished by the government in 2014 and they were dislocated along with other two to three lakh people. Since that time, they are homeless and have become nomads. But, they say they are satisfied with their lives and have accepted what they have. *They have even sacrificed their dreams.* They cannot even educate their children because they can’t live in one place. The government did not support them at all and did not let them build a house. They celebrate all festivals and buy a few crackers in Diwali and kites in uttarayan to their children. They can’t even have a bath everyday and they even eat food off the ground.

Our suggestions to them were-

1) We suggested them not to smoke a packet of beedi every day as it costs around 25 rupees and it could cost him his life. He can buy biscuits or chocolates in 25 rupees instead of beedi.

2) We suggested them to try and build a hut in a slum so that they can stay in one place and educate their children.

3) We suggested them not to sacrifice their dreams cause if they try to achieve them they would surely succeed and their children would have a bright future.

4)We suggested them to use their money wisely and only on essential necessities like footwear, water, clothes and food.

Written by Jaineet Singh Grade 8, Neel Gupta Grade 7 and Vardaan Panjabi Grade 5

*JOSH Activity Report by Applets (Part -2) This is our interview with the nomad from Pali in Rajasthan. We met a nomad and his brother's family who were in the Sanand area just outside our school. They had a huge family with 10 people, six were kids and 4 were adults. They move from place to place with their small vehicle. They sell balloons for a living and usually earn about 1500 rupees altogether. They earn just enough money for a living day to day. The elder brother takes good care of his and his brother’s family and always provides them with food and water but smokes beedi a lot. They buy water from the hotels nearby or any tap available on the way. They have recently come from Botach and are going to Besraj. They once had a house in Pali till 2014 but it was demolished by the government in 2014 and they were dislocated along with other two to three lakh people. Since that time, they are homeless and have become nomads. But, they say they are satisfied with their lives and have accepted what they have. *They have even sacrificed their dreams.* They cannot even educate their children because they can’t live in one place. The government did not support them at all and did not let them build a house. They celebrate all festivals and buy a few crackers in Diwali and kites in uttarayan to their children. They can’t even have a bath everyday and they even eat food off the ground. Our suggestions to them were- 1) We suggested them not to smoke a packet of beedi every day as it costs around 25 rupees and it could cost him his life. He can buy biscuits or chocolates in 25 rupees instead of beedi. 2) We suggested them to try and build a hut in a slum so that they can stay in one place and educate their children. 3) We suggested them not to sacrifice their dreams cause if they try to achieve them they would surely succeed and their children would have a bright future. 4)We suggested them to use their money wisely and only on essential necessities like footwear, water, clothes and food. Written by Jaineet Singh Grade 8, Neel Gupta Grade 7 and Vardaan Panjabi Grade 5

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