Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers

by New Life
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
Ensure Education for 100 Child Laborers
May 28, 2020

Hurray! She is the first literate in her family.

Sarasa
Sarasa

Sarasa (name changed) is from a very poor family. Her parents and her elder sister and brother are illiterates and are weavers. Sarasa too was sent to rear goats when she was a small girl. 

This was brought to the notice of the staff of New Life's special school for child labourers. They talked with Sarasa and found that she is willing to study. So they met her parents and counselled them to admit her to the special school. It was a difficult task and Sarasa was allowed to go to regular school on the lure that she will get a meal a day. 

She was admitted to the special school in 2009 and mainstreamed to regular school in 2011. She scored 66% of marks in 10th and 70% in 12th Board Exams. Now she is in the third year of her undergraduate course in Commerce. She is being continuously financially supported by New Life since Standard 12th. 

Sarasa says with gratitude, "I would not have continued my higher studies but for New Life's financial support. The organisation is supporting me for the fourth year. And I will be completing my degree this year. I am so happy that I am the first literate in my family. I want to become a bank manager and I am striving for that. I thank New Life and all the donors who are educating ex-child labour children like me."

Thank you, dear donors, for magnanimously supporting these cursed children to continue their studies. Their curse is turned to blessing only because you decided to donate for this noble cause. Kindly spread words about this project to your friends and relatives. Keep sharing about the project in social media. Your words carry weight. 

Thank you once again donors for your support. 

With regards

With all the children who got education support
With all the children who got education support
Assessment by the Organisation Secretary
Assessment by the Organisation Secretary
Sarasa getting financial support in 2017-18
Sarasa getting financial support in 2017-18
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New Life

Location: Somarasampettai, Trichirappalli - India
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New Life
Beatrice Vanaja
Project Leader:
Beatrice Vanaja
Chief Administrative Officer
Trichirappalli, Tamil Nadu India

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