We believe that ensuring quality education for all is not only central to the achievement of all of the Global Goals but in particular the goal to end extreme poverty.
Lack of education is a fundamental problem in India. School infrastructure is in a poor state and many school teachers are not properly qualified, 40% of schools are without electricity and 60% school don’t have proper classrooms, desks and toilets.
Also not everyone can afford education and this pushes people into working poorly remunerated and insecure jobs, where they are exploited and trapped in a state of deprivation. A vicious cycle is created across generations.
With this program,
We work for underprivileged children who are under difficult circumstances, such as child labour, children of poorest of the parents, children inflicted and affected with HIV/AIDS, street and runaway children and slum children. We conduct extra classes for bright students of govt schools, who cannot pay tuition fees. For schools, we appoint volunteers who can teach where qualified teachers are not there. We also take street classes for children who have never been to any schools.
We also work on School Infrastructure under our happy school program, we check if the school has a library, good lighting, benches, stationary, bags and shoes for kids, proper and functioning toilets, school is well painted or not, staff room for teachers, Sanitary napkins supply for girls, Washing station and Sports Equipment. Once we evaluate school on these parameters we help schools to meet these basic infrastructure requirements.