Why do we do, what we do?

About 70 %

of Indians live in rural areas. 90 % of them has main bread winner earning less than Rs. 10,000 per month.

51 % Population

in rural India work as casual labours

316.7 Million

people are illiterate in rural India

343.5 Million

children live in rural India

11 Year Old

work 365 days, 16 to 17 hours everyday as bonded child labourers

31 Million Children

between the age group of 4-14 years are already working

We Create Local Movement With The Focus On

Local Role Models

fellows are local mothers who mentor children and work with their parents on nurturing their relationship

Local Innovation

children learn life skills using local resources and apply their learning in solving real life problems in their village

Sustainable Ecosystem

craftsmen, grand parents, mothers from the village spend time at Community Center and strive towards creating a local ecosystem of support for children

Our Journey So Far


More About the Fellowship Process

Phase 1

Setting up Community Center where

Children learn by cultivating hobbies and start building student archive of their interests

Learn local innovation using local resources via sustainable living projects

Phase 2

Focus is on nurturing parent child relationship by

Parents spending time at Community Center teaching children life skills

Children turning their hobbies and interests into a career opportunity

Planning for long term actions for ensuring children lead a life of passion and purpose

Phase 3

Strengthening existing ecosystem by

Involving local craftsmen, mothers to create a local framework of support for children

Kids applying their prototypes and learning to village level problems

What Do Children Learn?

Every child in the fellowship learns following 10 life skills

  • Problem Solving
  • Critical Thinking
  • Decision Making
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Effective Communication
  • Empathy
  • Creative Thinking
  • Self Awareness
  • Coping with Stress
  • Coping with Emotions

How kids learn life skills

Designing Prototypes and Making Models
Discussion with Peers and Villagers
Using Self Learning Resources, Books and Kits
Daily and Weekly Reflections

Invest in Insight Walk to invest in child's career and sustainability

About us

Insight Walk is a registered non profit organization working with children of rural areas.

Our Vision: Nurturing a generation who will live to its fullest potential

Our Mission: Create local community change makers who transfer life skills, foster parent child relationship and strengthen community ecosystem

Our Values: Resourcefulness | Compassion | Excellence | Social Justice | Sense of Possibility