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NGO India: Empowering Youth, Children & Girls through Sports

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  • Lalit Kumar

    Lalit Kumar’s father is an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been a part of the Indian Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 6 has a monthly income of around Rs 10,000. Lalit is currently unemployed.

  • SANDEEP KUMAR

    Sandeep Kumar is son of an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 3 has a monthly income of Rs 8,000-10,000. He is currently unemployed.

  • Dheeraj Kumar

    Dheeraj Kumar is son of an auto rickshaw driver. The 24-year-old has been representing India in Sepak Takraw since 2009. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 4 has a monthly income of just over Rs 8,000. Dheeraj is currently unemployed.

  • Rohan Kumar

    Rohan Kumar is son of taxi driver. The14-year-old has been representing Delhi in Sepak Takraw since 2011. He comes from an economically backward family. The family of 5 has a monthly income of Rs 8,000-10,000. He is studying in 9th class in a government school.

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SSFL Grassroots Training Camps Over ...

calendar July 20, 2016

STAIRS Schools Football League (SSFL) concluded its final phase of Grassroots Training Camps for under 14 and under 17 girls and boys across...

STAIRS and GSFA Join Hands to Scout ...

calendar July 19, 2016

Society for Transformation, Inclusion and Recognition through Sports (STAIRS) and Gujarat State Football Association (GSFA) have entered into an agreement to jointly develop...

First phase of Stairs School Footba ...

calendar February 5, 2016

The Stairs School Football League (SSFL), Gujarat (North Zone), concluded with much fanfare as Anand Niketan School team lifted the coveted gold trophy...

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