Vennela hails from a very poor family. She lost her mother at a young age. Her father is an auto driver. Being highly talented in arts, she always wanted to be a Fashion Designer. She got admission in NIFT (Hyderabad). With the support of a few sponsors, she completed three years. She needs help for the final two semesters. The fee is $4000
This microproject seeks to raise $4000 which will cover Vennela's fee for Semesters VII and VIII. Vennela will be able to graduate from National Institute of Fashion Technology. It will be a great achievement for a girl from a very poor family to receive a Degree from such a premier insititution of India. This will inspire boys and girls from humble background to think big.
The project will provide education to 200 first generation school going girls and help them attain high school education at the least. Beneficiaries who complete school to secondary level are supported with higher education, training, apprenticeships and/or employment. About 150 families (750 people) will be direct and indirect beneficiaries of this initiative.
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