Education  India Project #30482

Provide College Education to a Semi-Orphan Child

A microproject by Sphoorti Foundation
Provide College Education to a Semi-Orphan Child


This project will change the life of Jehangir who lost his father when he was very young. Your support will help him complete two years of Junior College (STD XI and XII) and be able to pursue higher education in future. Jehangir scored 8.0 in his STD X examinations held in March 2017.

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Arun lost his father at a young age. His mother is a domestic help and has two more children, Ali and Nagur, to take care of. Jehangir was supported by Sphoorti for 10 years. Jehangir is a very hard working child. His College Fee + Living Expenses are around Rs 75,000 p.a. which is beyond the means of her mother.


This project solves the problem by providing Jehangir comprehensive care, food, clothing, shoes, school bags, travel costs, health care and required material to study well. He is also preparing for Engineering Entrance examinations. The total cost is Rs 55,000 (tuition for two years) + Rs 75,000 (living expenses for two years) + Rs 30,000 (travel expenses for two years).

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
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Twitter: @sphoortiorg
Project Leader:
Srivyal Vuyyuri
Hyderabad, Telangana India

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