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Some grim facts

8.4 crore children in India are out of school.
Around 78 lakh Indian children are forced to work even as they attend school.





Lakhs of them on the streets and lack an identity. Hence, they are deprived of various rights like RTE (Right to Education) and are unable to get access to various welfare schemes of the government.

OUR PRESENCE

 

OUR WORK

 

Enroll out-of-school children in schools and under-5 children in Aanganwadi Centers.
Funding secondary and higher secondary education of children who cannot afford it.
Improve school infrastructure and thus enable more children to go to schools.
Impart training to teachers and provide schools with Teaching-Learning Materials (TLMs).
Providing Aadhaar Card to street children and their families and linking them with various government schemes.

We are Back to School!
Thank you

Read below what Neha Kumari, Praiyanka, and Rita who are now in school
want to say about their dreams and aspirations.

“Education – that is our key to independence. If I do well in my XIIth board exams, I will stand a better chance of geting through polytechnic. If I get through polytechnic, I am sure to find a job for myself. If I start earning, I will be able to educate my younger siblings. So my education is not only important for me. It is also very important for my family.”


- Neha Kumari
“I used to fall ill often, so much so that my parents had decided to withdraw me from school. I have now learned things like how to keep infections away, or how to eat and what to eat. Now that I understand the importance of good health, I would like to be a nurse when I grow up. That way I will be able to nurse sick people back to good health.”


- Priyanka Koda
“I am Rita Kumari from Mandar. I am studying in Class IX. Making new friends and studying are the two things I love to do. This is what I want to share with my friends. I like helping others. I don’t like failing the exams. My favourite actor is MithunChakraborty. My favourite food is Daal-Bhaat. My only aim is to be good to others and serve my country. My message for my friends is keep smiling.”

- Rita Kumari

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