The bars are given to the girls attending the Pardada Pardadi day school, in addition to other hygiene items like underwear, combs, and medical services. The area in which the school is located is known in the area for high poverty, crime, and child marriage rates. It is also one of the least educated areas of the entire country. Unfortunately, girl children are not valued in the society and are considered a burden. They are not given education and therefore become completely dependent on Female children here are considered an economic and social burden. Forgotten and uneducated, they are forever dependent upon their husbands or male family members for their livelihood. This leads to a cycle of repression, abuse, and neglect that can only be broken with the self-reliance and enlightenment that education brings.
In Hindi, Pardada Pardadi means ""great-grandparents."" An integral part of ancient Indian wisdom revolves around family; the value-based knowledge and education a child receives from an invested community is a crucial component of her successful transformation into an adult. Since 2000, Pardada Pardadi Educational Society (PPES) has been improving the lives of females in rural India. Its mission is to empower community women from the poorest sections of society. To do this, we provide free education for girls and job opportunities for women, thereby creating a new generation of self-reliant and educated females who will break the cycle of poverty in the region.