Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India

A microproject by Sai Educational Rural & Urban Development Society (SERUDS)
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India
Sponsor a Poor Girl Child Education in India


This micro project provides quality education to the poor girl child age group 12 to 16yrs studying VI to X Std, as Education is a basic human right, vital to personal & societal development and well-being. This project protects Girl Child from Child Marriages, Trafficking, Domestic Servants, Eradication of illiteracy & Provides Good Quality Education. From this unique project deprived girl child get timely education material support, uniforms, shoes, footwear, test papers, dictionary, schoolbag

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Girl Child belongs to poor family background. Her parents are working as daily wage labourers in hazardous jobs Scavenging, Tobacco making, Market yards, construction sites. Due to poverty parents are forcedly sending girl child to landlords homes to work as domestic servant maids. Sometimes these girl children are trapping into other illegal activities. With this unique micro project Girl Child protects from hazardous situations and provides better quality education. She will have bright future


This project solves the problem by giving counseling, providing timely education material support, shoes, school bags, uniforms, lunch box, test papers, required material to study well and regular attendance in the school instead of going to work as domestic servant maids in the landlord houses. Girl children are working as bonded labourers in many places. This project helps girl child to create a hope on her like and can achieve her career dreams. It protects from child marriages, trafficking.

Long-Term Impact

The project will provide an excellent education and opportunities to these 250 underprivileged children for holistic growth and development, which will put them on the path toward breaking the pervasive cycles of poverty in their slum communities and also have bright future in their career. Especially Destitute Girl Children will be protected from Child marriages, trafficking, domestic servant maids. This project creates a chance to lead good career in their professional lives.



Organization Information

Sai Educational Rural & Urban Development Society (SERUDS)

Project Leader:
Mallikarjuna Gorla
$119 raised of $390 goal
3 donations
22 days left
$271 to go
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