Help Mallesh - a partially blind student

A microproject by Sphoorti Foundation
Help Mallesh - a partially blind student
Help Mallesh - a partially blind student
Help Mallesh - a partially blind student
Help Mallesh - a partially blind student


Your support for this project will change the life of Mallesh who is a visually challenged young boy. He has a visibility of 10%. We seek to provide him support for his living and education expenses for the next one year.

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Mallesh is a STD XII who is visually challenged with a visibility of just 10%. His father Chennaiah and an elder brother committed suicide because of poverty. Another elder brother passed away in an accident. His mother is a daily wage laborer. From childhood, Mallesh has been mired in abject poverty conditions.


Through this project, we wish to provide Mallesh opportunity to have proper food, shelter and basic needs in addition to education in a Junior College. Mallesh will be able to continue his studies beyond Higher Secondary and pursue Undergrad and beyond.

Long-Term Impact

Each day, we keep getting requests for admission of children who lost their parents in tragic situations. This project provides long-term support 200 children allowing them to break out of illiteracy and poverty. It project brings improvement of children's health, awareness of their rights and makes them more employable in the long run.


Organization Information

Sphoorti Foundation

Location: Hyderabad, Telangana - India
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @sphoortiorg
Project Leader:
Srivyal Vuyyuri
Hyderabad, Telangana India

Funded Project!

Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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