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This Teenager Created A Bridge For Impoverished And It Proves Humanity Still Exists!

Nowadays people are so busy in their schedule that they don't have time for family, friends. But this 17-year-old teenager Eshan balbale built a bridge for underprivileged. He is a student of commerce studying in Mumbai having his own NGO Nirbhay Yuva Pratisthan. He took no help from the governing bodies, but his NGO made this possible. 

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This Teenager Created A Bridge For Impoverished And It Proves Humanity Still Exists!

This Teenager Created A Bridge For Impoverished And It Proves Humanity Still Exists!

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1. It's really difficult for kids to cross this sewage canal so Eshan thought of something big which normal people can't imagine!

1. It's really difficult for kids to cross this sewage canal so Eshan thought of something big which normal people can't imagine!

2. After analyzing things he decided to make a 4-foot wide and 100-foot long bamboo bridge.

2. After analyzing things he decided to make a 4-foot wide and 100-foot long bamboo bridge.

3. "I started the project on August 20, Until last month, the children of Sathe Nagar had to wade through a foul-smelling Nullah in order to get to school" Said Balbale

3. "I started the project on August 20, Until last month, the children of Sathe Nagar had to wade through a foul-smelling Nullah in order to get to school" Said Balbale

4. He was concerned about the kids that they might get infection and disease.

4. He was concerned about the kids that they might get infection and disease.

"Crossing the nullah came with risks such as skin infections, malaria, dengue and other diseases. I felt terrible when I saw the children wade through the disgusting sludge," he added.

5. This project took 8 days and the biggest hurdle was to make sure that it could hold 50 people at the same time.

5. This project took 8 days and the biggest hurdle was to make sure that it could hold 50 people at the same time.

All you need is courage and positive mindset to help. It's not about money or time. So I urge you all please try to make some difference. It's you only you can change this world!

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