Jagrik was organized in collaboration with Madhya Pradesh Youth Collective and UNICEF with 154 children in 10 schools in the district, in which 71 boys and 83 girls were involved. This game has been created with the aim of understanding the Constitution through activities and making it an integral part of life and behaving accordingly. The process of Jagrik gives children the opportunity to live the Constitution, and this also helps us as an institution to acknowledge the constitution in our day-to-day life.
This program aims to help children understand their responsibilities as citizens. During this program, we noticed balance in behavior and confidence in children. This program provides open space for the expression of children. Teachers told us that subjects like social science have been made fun of through Jagrik Activities. There was a visible change in the knowledge set of individuals and facilitators through this process. After doing this process for 5 weeks in school, Jagriks were making healthy connections with their family and people in their locality as they went through a process that made them more confident and helped them to understand the importance of listening to others while making their own point in the conversation. This process has proved effective in connecting children with the values of the constitution.