Education for 100 poor and rural youth in India

Apr 25, 2011

Selection process is half way through

Dear Supporters,


We feel really happy to have come back to you with more updates on the project. As we mentioned in the previous report, the selection process is going on and We have, so far, chosen 30 Children. Most of them are girls from oppressed and financially challenged backgrounds.

We are exercising great care in choosing only the  students who are interested in utilizing the  sponsorship to the fullest extent and who  have shown keen interest in pursuing higher studies. Those students are from different villages and different social strata. However, once they get into the programme, they will become members of our SPPD family.

Your care and support for the children will go a long way not in just providing the much needed education but also in reinforcing their faith that they are not alone and the society cares for them.

Thanking you all and our next report will have all the students in the final list. 



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Project Leader

joseph Raju

Musiri, Tamil Nadu India

Where is this project located?

Map of Education for 100 poor and rural youth in India