There are a lot of common people who doing so awesome work that they need no money for it.
They have helped thousands of people and are fully satisfied with their jobs.
Here are the list of 5 common people changed
1. Arunachalam Muruganantham
Arunachalam Muruganantham’s innovation came at a great personal price – he nearly lost his loved ones, his money and his place in society. But he maintained his sense of humour.
Attempting to impress his wife, Muruganantham went to purchase her sanitary pad. It had been handed to him as though it had been contraband.
He weighed it in his hands and wondered why 10g of cotton, which in the time price 10 paise if a market for 4 rupees – 40 times the cost.
He decided he can make them more economical himself.
2. Vikas Plakkot
Kerala-based engineer and football passionate Vikas Plakkot realised that the sport of football teaches you about lifestyle than what you may learn in a classroom.
He began an organisation which will help those abilities are imbibed by low-income group children. Plakkot encourages parents and the teachers to create sports.
JFK and sports clubs creates football teams, coaches them and organises soccer leagues, then collaborate to locate opportunities for improvement.
3. Ria Sharma
Ria Sharma was not necessarily an activist. A couple of years ago she had been a fashion student at Leeds College of Art.
However, she decided to move on as she felt uninspired from the job. She made a documentary and website on acid attack survivors.
The site started growing and many people started providing support. This produced a community of volunteers, showcasing survivors’ story throughout movies, documentaries, songs, and paintings.
The quote ‘Make Love Not Scars’ has increased about Rs. 1 Crore to assist them.
4. Babar Ali
A 23-year-old young guy, Babar Ali, by a village in West Bengal has educated over 3,000 kids in the previous 14 years at a college. He is
In 2015, it had 10 teachers and 300 students. Ananda Siksha Niketan, the faculty, has gained in popularity and is recognised by the West Bengal government.
Babar plays the role of a student in the morning at which he’s currently pursuing his masters and comes home in the afternoon to teach students.
5. Surya Prakash Rai
He also completed his M. Phil at Planning and Development from IIT Bombay and continues to be engaged with different national and global NGOs since 2007.
The NGO is operating across different topics viz. Water governance, tuberculosis, maternal and child health and slum development.Surya Prakash Rai
He gained insight problems in Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Jharkhand and Bihar through his job experiences.
On assignments with numerous agencies, he’s been operating since 2015. This initiative was begun by Surya Prakash Rai and produced a library in the village that has generated an effect on students.
He has eliminated the caste system and encouraged educational practices among students. He identified lack of schooling and power the two big difficulties in the village.
In addition, he saw lack of attention from parents and students side and worked on changing that.