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Thousands of children in India belong to economically weaker sections of our society. They face harsh situations in their daily lives and are unable to reach their true potential. They want to study but lack resources to enrol or continue their education. Children drop out of school either due to...

India has the world’s largest child population. 40% of it's population is below the age of 18 years. Yet, over 2 crore children have no access to school or any hope for the future. Your monthly contribution will help educate underprivileged children.

Thousands of children in India belong to economically weaker sections of our society. They face harsh situations in their daily lives and are unable to reach their true potential. They want to study but lack resources to enrol or continue their education. Children drop out of school either due to...

India has the world’s largest child population. 40% of it's population is below the age of 18 years. Yet, over 2 crore children have no access to school or any hope for the future. Your monthly contribution will help educate underprivileged children.

Thousands of children in India belong to economically weaker sections of our society. They face harsh situations in their daily lives and are unable to reach their true potential. They want to study but lack resources to enrol or continue their education. Children drop out of school either due to...

India has the world’s largest child population. 40% of it's population is below the age of 18 years. Yet, over 2 crore children have no access to school or any hope for the future. Your monthly contribution will help educate underprivileged children.

Thousands of children in India belong to economically weaker sections of our society. They face harsh situations in their daily lives and are unable to reach their true potential. They want to study but lack resources to enrol or continue their education. Children drop out of school either due to...

Violence against women and girls is a growing problem in India. Your monthly support will help provide legal aid, counselling, education, healthcare and skill development course to underprivileged women and girls facing violence.

Violence against women is one of the most extreme manifestations of an entrenched patriarchal mindset. The number of violent crimes in India especially those against women including rape are increasing with each passing year. According to NCRB, the average crimes against women in India increased...

India has the world’s largest child population. 40% of it's population is below the age of 18 years. Yet, over 2 crore children have no access to school or any hope for the future. Your monthly contribution will help educate underprivileged children.

Thousands of children in India belong to economically weaker sections of our society. They face harsh situations in their daily lives and are unable to reach their true potential. They want to study but lack resources to enrol or continue their education. Children drop out of school either due to...

India has the world’s largest child population. 40% of it's population is below the age of 18 years. Yet, over 2 crore children have no access to school or any hope for the future. Your monthly contribution will help educate disadvantaged children

Thousands of children in India belong to economically weaker sections of our society. They face harsh situations in their daily lives and are unable to reach their true potential. They want to study but lack resources to enrol or continue their education. Children drop out of school either due to...

The Greatest Earning: EDUCATION

It has been rightly said, “Respect is not imposed or begged. It is earned and offered.” Mahima, a scheduled caste girl from the region of Barkhapur District in Raebareli, Uttar Pradesh has earned every bit of her new found respect. Mahima, wakes up every morning, finishes all household chores and...

Where school means freedom

“What do you like the most, Umra,” I asked her. “Apple,” she said, in her soft, sure voice.After a pause she added, “Sometimes my father gets me apples from the railway station without my even asking for it.”Umra Salmani is 10 years old and Arif, her brother is 8.  Umra Salmani with her...

Where school means freedom

“What do you like the most, Umra,” I asked her.“Apple,” she said, in her soft, sure voice.After a pause she added, “Sometimes my father gets me apples from the railway station without my even asking for it.”Umra Salmani is 10 years old and Arif, her brother is 8. Photo Caption – Umra Salmani...

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