This project in Bangladesh will focus on education for the underprivileged street children for whom education is a dream to achieve and poverty being the curse of life for survival. A school in the rural area of the map of Bangladesh will provide education for street children who in turn will contribute to improve socioeconomic condition and minimize various social crime. Along with education, this project will definitely reduce the number of child marriage, child labor and human trafficking.
Being a third world country, almost 80% of the people live in rural areas of Bangladesh. Unfortunately most of them belong to these remote areas of the country are not aware of their Rights & in most cases they have been deprived from their basic needs. With the flow of time, poverty and illiteracy is ruining the society. Due to lack of education facility, these street children is loosing their dignity. Only education is the best option to get rid from this scenario and improve the third world.
This project will deliver proper education for the Underprivileged Children by providing them Uniform, Books,Pen,Pencil,Exercise book along with all stationary for their hazard-less education. Free medical facility is also provided for the student's full family. Weekly nutritious food is supplied at school premises. This encourages the street children to attend school regularly,in addition, it motivate their parents to send their child in school instead of sending anywhere else for earning.
We will educate 50 street children per batch.This will help the full society to improve in true sense. The number of Child labor and forced child marriage will reduce gradually by the light of education. Various social crime like stealing, hijacking, child sexual abuse will come to an end if the children are properly trained at the very beginning stage of their education. Day by day, parents are absorbing the necessity of education and the impact of failure to send their child at school.
Total Funding Received to Date: £92
Remaining Goal to be Funded: £2,451
Total Funding Goal: £2,543