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Community Evening Schools
Intensive courses for school dropouts
Education for Refugee Children
Crèches for indigenous tribes
Children of Migrant Laborers in Rajasthan
Basic education in Nepal
Public Education in Bangladesh
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Family tea gardens
Silk production in Laos
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This is how your donation will support our projects
per day is enough to support an orphan
is the cost of a school uniform
buys pencils and paper for an entire class
is enough to send a child to school for a year
allows a family to become independent
is enough to qualify an unemployed young adult for a job
per month is sufficient to operate an evening school for 40 students
Learning helps to develop pride and self-confidence.
Did you know?
In India attending school is mandatory. However, almost half of world’s children not attending school lives there.
Literacy of mothers doubles the chance of survival of her children.
Every year of primary school education increases the life income by 20 to 30 percent.
United Nations studies indicate that every year of additional primary schooling adds two to three years to the life span of a young woman.
What we believe in
We support the poorest of the poor.
We don’t give handouts but we empower people to help themselves.
We supplement state-run education programs, but we do not seek to replace them.
We require local contributions and local commitment.
We invest a lot into people but little into buildings.