Nihar Naturals Shanti Badam Amla Hair Oil
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Nihar Naturals Shanti Badam Amla Hair Oil 500Ml
Nihar Naturals Shanti Badam Amla is one of the fastest growing hair oil brands in the country. The brand is an ally to progress, enabling women to become agents of change in their surroundings.
Nihar Naturals Shanti Badam Amla Hair Oil enables women to actively contribute to progress as part of the proceeds from the brand goes towards children's education. The brand has partnered with CRY sponsoring 19 projects across India and has provided education to more than 1,13,294 children in the first two years. It provides the benefit of keeping hair black*.
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The brand has now partnered with 3 organisations in the field of education. Sesame Worksop India (SWI) in UP, “Going to School” in Bihar & “Educate girls” in Rajasthan.
Sesame Workshop India (SWI) , Under its flagship initiative Galli Galli Sim Sim (GGSS). The objective of this programme is to ensure that children between 3-5 years, after attaining pre-reading skills (certain set of emotional, behavior and cognitive) are ready for school.
Going to School is a creative non-profit education trust with a 12-year track record of creating design driven. The ultimate goal is to equip children with the skills that they need to eventually become entrepreneurs and secure gainful employment.
Educate Girls is a non-governmental organization that holistically tackles issues at the root of gender inequality in India’s educational system. With a focus on enrollment, retention and learning, Educate Girls aims to provide quality education for all under-served and marginalized girls by mobilizing and leveraging public, private, and community resources to improve access to education and school quality. Nihar Shanti Amla (NSA) is supporting Educate Girls by funding its programmatic intervention in Jalore and Udaipur district of Rajasthan. It is providing crucial support in the program delivery and expansion of the Educate Girls program cumulatively impacting around 2,35,000 children across Jalore and Udaipur.