My name is Sangeeta. I came to stay at a children’s Home in 2017, because in my house there was limited space for study and my family had financial problems. At that time I was about to take my class 12 Board Exam (ISC), so for that I shifted to the home so I could focus on my studies and complete my exams. There I learnt many things.

But once I turned 18, I was unable to stay at the children’s home and so at present I am staying in RAMP. For all my studies, the place I am staying and everything I am getting help from the RAMP project, for which I am thankful and grateful to God and of course to the people who are helping me.

RAMP is a place where I am learning how to be independent in life, crossing the hurdles and hardships. I am liking this life as I am learning many things. I remember when I was new to RAMP. I was very nervous at that time, thinking, “What will happen? How will it work? How will I manage all the things?” But RAMP has taught me huge lessons. RAMP members are given money every month, and I have to manage my things within that budget. So now I have learnt how to manage money thanks to RAMP.

RAMP is a place where I am learning how to be an independent in life, crossing the hurdles and hardships.

I am a student, currently in my first year of a Bachelors of Commerce degree in Financial Accounting and Financial cost. I chose this subject because I want to become a banker. This is my wish.

Now I just want to say that I am having a better life than before – not just because I am getting freedom, but also because I am learning to take responsibility and work hard which will help me in future. I have many dreams and hopes for the future, but mostly I want to help my family and support them financially, so I’m going to work hard and get a nice job.