Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar has partnered with a NGO named Parivaar to help 560 tribal children from economically weaker background. NGO Parivaar has been active in building Seva Kutirs in remote villages in the Sehore district of Madhya Pradesh. Children majorly from Barela Bhil and Gond tribes of villages Sewaniya, Beelpati, Khapa, Nayapura and Jamunjheel in Sehore district are now getting nourished meals and education with the help Tendulkar’s foundation.
The greatest cricketer on planet earth has always shown his generousness by helping those in need. He has been long associated with different NGO’s to help children in need.
Sachin Tendulkar comes ahead to help tribal children in need
Tendulkar who is the goodwill ambassador of UNICEF has partnered with an NGO in Madhya Pradesh to help the tribal children from the economically weaker background with their education and nourishment. Sachin has always spoken for the betterment of concerns like ‘Early Childhood Development’.
“This initiative by Sachin is testimony to his concern towards tribal children in Madhya Pradesh who have been plagued by malnutrition and illiteracy,” a press release stated.
The helping hand of Sachin Tendulkar
The Master blaster has come ahead to help many people in multiple instances. One such instance is when Dalbir Singh Gill, a former cricketer who played with Sachin Tendulkar at the under-17 level. He was injured in a road accident in 2002. He had a hip replacement surgery in 2010 and can now walk again. The bill for his treatment was paid for by Sachin Tendulkar. Tendulkar also has adopted two villages to completely take care of under the Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana Scheme.
In December 2019, through the ‘Spreading Happiness InDiya Foundation’, Sachin had set up solar lighting systems to provide green energy to run digital classrooms, equipped with modern means of learning, and sports facilities at Shri Gadge Maharaj Ashram School, Borivali, Mumbai.