A mainstream school started in Snehalaya Campus in July 2011 especially for girls from villages with aims to educate and make them independent helping with women empowerment. The girls are provided every thing as well incentive of Rs.10 per day for attending school and complete their school education. It is a unique pioneer project in Central India to educate village girls to make them self sufficient. Educating the girls ultimately will make a change for whole family and future generations.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Girls in villages especially those from poor and backward families remain uneducated and oppressed all their life affecting future generations too. The School started in Aug. 2011 with 70 children, mostly drop out girls from villages with aims for women empowerment by educating girls with classes from KG to 6th in 2011 and has expanded to class 9th with 200 children now. Funds required are for next three years hoping that number of children will increase to 500 with education to 12th class.
How will this project solve this problem?
Educating girls from villages will help with women empowerment, to make them self sufficient bringing them out of the life of oppression, helping whole family, their children and future generations. Eligible girls will be supported for higher education and income generating or employment opportunities too. Educating these girls helps to improve standard of living not only for them but their whole family and future generations building up the whole society esp. those from villages in rural India.
Potential Long Term Impact
Girls, the future women are the centre of family. Educating them makes them understand the problems and solve these in a better way improving the standards of living not only for their family but for whole generation in future and the community in general. Educating girls from villages helps to improve standard of living not only for them but their whole family and future generations building up the whole society esp. those from villages in rural India.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.