Children drop out of school before class 8.
Schools in India do not have a toilet.
India accounts the largest number of child workers.
In India are yet to fully comply with the Right to Education Act.
More than half of the children in India do not get the opportunity to go to school and fulfil their dreams. But by contributing a small fraction of your income, you can make a world's difference in a child's life.
Your support can help children not miss on their basic education, provide clean drinking water and toilet facilities, rebuild school, train teachers and committees, demand government to fully implement the Right to Education Act in all schools and most importantly empower children to become future leaders. Your contribution can make it happen.
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