Chhavi Rajawat, sarpanch (village chief), of ‘Soda’ village, Rajasthan, emphasizes on the need to transform rural India. An MBA graduate, Rajawat describes how she was able to develop her village and take forward the work started by her grandfather. She also shares the challenges of being a sarpanch in Rajasthan, a state rooted in patriarchy.
Chhavi Rajawat urges you to bring a change at the grass-root level by channelizing the youth energy and transforming them into change champions.
In this video, Chhavi Rajawat advises you to use funds for the right projects.
In this video, Chhavi Rajawat tells you how persistence and innovative strategies to raise funds for the project.
In this video, Chhavi Rajawat tells you to spend enough time at the lower level to be able to find a long-term sustainable solutions to any problem.
In this video, Chhavi Rajawat urges you to take part in rural transformation and help build projects that have a long-term impact on the progress in society.
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