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Saina's perseverance helped her reclaim her life Saina's perseverance helped her reclaim her life Saina is a confident young lady who makes a living as a beautician. She has hopes of setting up her own beauty parlour in the future.
Her ambitions about the future were never so assured in the past though. She was lamenting that my mother had three daughters and that was such a huge burden. Her father, a painter, barely earned enough to feed his family of seven and her mother was constantly on her feet to ensure some semblance of order in their severely underprivileged life.
At that age, I believed her. As I grew up, I understood the real reason. As Saina and her sisters grew, other issues started to arise. While my brothers passed their exams with great difficulty, we scored high marks and passed our school final exams with a good percentage.
We would help our mother with household chores and then study. Whereas our brothers just had to focus on their studies. Yet, we girls were not allowed to go to college after we completed Class XII. My younger sisters were still in school and I was getting restless.
I was itching to do something constructive. But I wanted to do something, find some way to make my life better by doing something productive with my free time. When I heard what they had to say, it felt like God had answered my prayers. They convinced my parents that they should let me pursue what I wanted.
It was an easy decision for them to make in the end since it was free and included a class that was exclusively for girls, including finding employment in a company that was for women. I would barely raise my head leave alone look into the eyes of people I spoke to.
But Saksham brought me out of my shell. Gradually, I opened up as I began following their instructions and advice. I put my heart and mind into the course and passed with good marks because I knew this was my chance to build my life. I want to do well in my career and give everything to my parents and my sisters that I never had.
During my training, I also learned to manage my time and money. It gave me a lot of clarity. I see myself owning a successful beauty parlour in the future. Until then, I told my parents I am not interested in marriage. I reclaimed my life thanks to the Saksham programme.
Life seems normal now. I feel lighter and more in control of my circumstances.
Now, I feel good about being a girl. I have no words to express my gratitude. She is an active and well known youth champion. Breaking down the barriers for girls Breaking down the barriers for girls Palika name changed is 20 years old and lives in a rural village in Bihar.
Afterwards, I realised that this was not part of my life and these were issues that had to be overcome. Her village is particularly isolated, surrounded by mountains with only around 35 households. Additionally, due to the lack of educational and livelihood opportunities, child labour, child marriage and child trafficking are constant issues.
Palika felt impelled to tackle the issue of child marriage in her community. Inevitably, she faced many challenges from her community; gender discrimination was so prevalent that her village would not listen to what she had to say. At 14 years, her own parents decided that they wanted to get her married but she raised her voice and successfully fought against their decision.
Since then, she has worked with district officials and through ChildLine tele helpline for nationwide support to children in distressprevented 12 child marriages!
ETV Bihar, a news channel also decided to report on her, which reached a wide audience. Despite having already achieved so much and bringing about so much positivity, Palika wants to do more. Now, we are taking special care of the children, especially girls.Planet Ark is all about creating positive environmental actions, for everyone – but especially for you.
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In some parts of the country the farmers harvest stover from beans and groundnuts and store for the dry season especially for draught power animals. During the next few years, my interest in the cattle business grew even stronger. I focused on college courses in nutrition and managing feedlot cattle.
The semester of graduation, I secured a job with JBS Fiver Rivers Cattle Feeding. JBS Five Rivers will continue to operate as usual, including the purchasing of cattle and commodities in the ordinary course of business, until the closure of the transaction. In addition, JBS USA will continue agreements to purchase cattle from feed yards associated with Five Rivers Cattle Feeding operations.
Intensive animal farming or industrial livestock production, also known as factory farming, is a production approach towards farm animals in order to maximize production output, while minimizing production costs.
Intensive farming refers to animal husbandry, the keeping of livestock such as cattle, poultry, and fish at higher stocking densities than is usually the case with other forms of.
Tom McDonald has been Vice President – Environmental Affairs of Five Rivers since October Tom began his career with the Cattle Feeding Division of Continental Grain Company in as the Manager of Human Resources (Dalhart, Texas), and later that year, added environmental affairs to .