Educate after school-underprivilege children-India

Oct 5, 2010

mainstreaming children in formal schools.

Hi supporters,

CHHASE is delighted to inform you that your support encouraged us to mainstream children in formal schools. Children who never went to school before are going to school with their own interest is great news. The parents of tribal children came to know the value of education. They came to know that if proper care and education given, their children can read and write like other children. But unfortunately, 12 tribal families migrated along with their  children.

Our efforts succeeded because of your support. We thank you for the support rendered to our cause.

In the meantime, we appeal to you that our non profit would like to start one new tribal school. This tribal centre need your care badly and a school to educate their children. Will you support to start a new school? Kindly send your feedback to me.

Thank you,

yours truly,


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Project Leader

Vincent paul Bellamkonda

Tiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu India

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