Children
 India
Project #5003

Education for 100 Girls in an urban slum in India

by Relief Development Orphanage and Educational Trust (RDOET)
May 11, 2012

BOON TOWARDS FEMALES

TUTOR DISTRIBUTING SCHOOL NEEDS
TUTOR DISTRIBUTING SCHOOL NEEDS

School Needs distributed in an identified Area.

SUMMARY: The project will enable 100 girl children to go to school with new school needs for the 2012-2013 which is an Academic year. 

ABOUT THE CHILDREN : After the summer vacation children are back to schools.  They are excited as they entered into the new academic year.   All the children will be going to school in the month of June.  In prior we have given the material to them.

RDOET IN ACTION : (RDOET) HAO India distributed School needs for identified children. Each and every child is provided with all the requirements as listed below                                                                            

  • School Bag
  • Note Books       
  • Pencils                                      
  • Pencil Box                      
  • Pens                      
  • Erazer
  • Sharpener                                    
  • Scale                                                                                                             

FEMALE education  is a catch-all term for a complex of issues and debates surrounding education for females. It includes areas of gender equality and access to education, and its connection to the alleviation of poverty. Improving girls' educational levels has been demonstrated to have clear impacts on the health and economic future of young women, which in turn improves the prospects of their entire community. In the poorest countries of the world, 50% of girls do not attend secondary school. Improving female education, and thus women's earning potential, improves the standard of living for their own children, as women invest more of their income in their families than men do. Yet, many barriers to education for girls remain.  

Once women began to graduate from institutions of higher education, there steadily developed a stronger academic stream of schooling, and the teacher training of women in larger numbers, principally to provide primary education. While it was not common for women to enroll as students in formal classes, it was common for women to attend informal lectures and study sessions.  There were no legal restrictions on female education.

Dr.(Mrs.) P. Usha Abraham, CEO, RDOET (HAO India).

GIRL CHILD RECEIVING NEEDS FROM ADMIN.CO-ORDINATOR
GIRL CHILD RECEIVING NEEDS FROM ADMIN.CO-ORDINATOR
THANK YOU
THANK YOU

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Relief Development Orphanage and Educational Trust (RDOET)

Location: Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh - India
Website: http:/​/​www.haoindia.org
Relief Development Orphanage  and Educational Trust (RDOET)
Project Leader:
Usha P
Dr.(Mrs)
Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh India

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