In 2014, with the help of Rourkela Social Service Society, parents were educated and sensitized towards the importance of education and other development issue of the village. Roslin’s mother participated in one of these awareness camps and realized the importance of education, which can help her children lead better lives in the future. She also sensitized Roslin’s father towards the importance of education and how migrating is affecting the education of their children. Finally, the family decided not to migrate with children. Hanman decided to migrate alone for a certain period and would frequently visit the village and family. Children would stay in the village with their mother and continue their education.
Realizing the importance of education for her children, Sunita provides adequate care and support to her daughter Roslin and her son – who is in class 3rd. She motivates and guides them at home to accomplish their tasks. Sunita is also a leading member of the village committee that mobilizes other tribal parents and children on education and health.
Roslin is now regular at school and is performing well. She is doing well in academics and other curricular activities like drawing, singing, debate and craft work. She has also participated in cluster level camps organized by school departments and performed very well.