Education For 100 Girls In An Urban Slum In India (#5003)
SUMMARY : This project enables 100 Girl children go to school for the academic year along with umbrellas as the rainy season started. The parents are very happy to see the girl children with umbrellas.
ABOUT THE CHILDREN : To eradicate gender bias and also to make the girl child happy, self-sufficient, independent amongst the deprived society. The girl children become brave day by day challenging their situations with the amenities provided encouraging through the require materials supplemented. Enhancement of standard of living is one of the core point of women’s (Girl) empowerment. The society is also uplifted by the action plans and implementations taken up by GlobalGiving.
RDOET IN ACTION : RDOET (HAO India) distributed umbrella’s to each and every child as the slum, downtrodden, poverty stricken families cannot afford for the requirement RDOET distributed colorful umbrellas keeping the children’s health in view and to protect them from drenching.
Countries with high level of basic education do better economically. If India wants to be one of the developed nations it must concentrate on education and especially on female education. The root cause of all problems facing women is related to education. If all women get educated, then all the problems like female infanticide, dowry, female suicides, domestic battering, malnutrition of women, child marriage and other related atrocities would get vanished from our country. Education provides an essential qualification to fulfill economic, political and cultural functions and improves women’s socioeconomic status.
Children are very excited to receive the material. This is all because of your kind generous support by the Donors of GlobalGiving. Dr. (Mrs). P. Usha Abraham, CEO, RDOET (HAO India).
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