Swami Balendu describes a case at their restaurant site where they kept their moral values – and denied a worker the place to work.
Swami Balendu introduces a boy whose father drinks, whose sister got married when she was 15 and whose brother works with his 14 years to earn money for the family.
Swami Balendu discusses the first five points of a UNICEF study about child poverty in rich countries. Food, books and outdoor leisure equipment – luxuries or necessities?
Swami Balendu describes his experiences in New Zealand where he was deeply shocked by meeting a 13-year-old girl who did prostitution.
Swami Balendu writes about child labour in India and in his own town, how he himself feels helpless sometimes and which little steps can be done against it.
Swami Ji writes about it how food is thrown away and wasted in some places while people starve in other places.
Swami ji writes about his children projects and how sponsors support the whole project instead of a single child.
Swami Ji tells about the school and which problems have to be faced due to the lack of education in India. Many parents don't want to send their children to school.