Education  India Project #25113

Focus Girl Child Education in Rural Villages

by VETNGO Vetted since 2016 Site Visit Verified
children in school
children in school

Greetings, with help of your continous support our children able to attend teh school in time and with gretat eager to come to school. The childrens are happy to attend teh school, we received funds to buy last term books and extra classroom construction is started,when it sis completed it is safer to have clas in new building.

all the suppoprters and donors we heartfully say thanks to your kind support.

we in school motivate the parents to bring their children to school regulasrly and the support is been supported for the poor children to continue their education.

A student falls behind in the study if he/she doesn't proper study material during his study. Poor students of rural areas and slums face difficulties in their study for which the major reason in lack of study material. Availability of study material adequately is necessary to make education interesting and impressive among students. Without study material a student is unable to get ideal education, and some students can't buy these stuffs due to poverty and financial crush which affects their study. They have to continue their study in the lack of study material somehow.

All the childrens in school happy to come to school

volunteers arrival from Germany
volunteers arrival from Germany

Greetings From VETNGO,

We had volunteers from Germany named Mr Simon and Anna came to volunteer in our school for long term and they have celebrated Diwali function in our school which has been celebrated .

The childrens were very happy to join in the celebration to meet their friends and share their sweets and candies with their classmate and teachers and parents.

We had parents and celebration went in great way the children came to know the value ofteh celebration wnd why its been celebrated while India and even in other countries.

The volunteers very were happy with the children and sweets and candies and things been used by the GlobalGiving grants it was very useful with the support which we received from GlobalGiving

Thanks for all supporters without your support we might not celebrated this great event

Thanking you

Bala

children with crackers
children with crackers
childrens
childrens
volunteer with children
volunteer with children
books
books

Respected Donor Namaste!!

Many Greetings from Vallalar Educational Trust,

We have been getting your valuable generous support through GlobalGiving and we are thankful to you from the core of our heart.

A student falls behind in the study if he/she doesn't proper study material during his study. Poor students of rural areas and slums face difficulties in their study for which the major reason in lack of study material. Availability of study material adequately is necessary to make education interesting and impressive among students. Without study material a student is unable to get ideal education, and some students can't buy these stuffs due to poverty and financial crush which affects their study. They have to continue their study in the lack of study material somehow.

To make the availability of study material for poor students, VALLALAR Educational Trust, with the financial support of GlobalGiving, distributed study material. Notebooks, Books, School Bag,T-SHIRT and craft materials were distributed to 165 students of deprived families in our school.

All students were so happy to get the study material. All students are now coming to school and attend their classes regularly no longer scared for the parents could not provide necessary educational material. The parents are mainly working in shops, hotel, domestic servants , agriculturist etc. VETNGO has been providing education materials to poor children and motivate and counsel their parents on the importance of educating the children.  The excitement among students can't be expressed in words.

Thanking you for your kind cooperation and financial support. Without your generous donations it is very difficult for us to  Education for Every Child in our School

 

Thank you,

Bala

coordinator

 

 

children with books
children with books
Tshirts
Tshirts
volunteers
volunteers
voluntere from uk
voluntere from uk

After a school holidays teh school started on june 6th and all the children came to school with full enthuiastic to meet their friends and teachers to continue their school .parents are very happy to send their children to our school. current acadamic year the school need all the materials like Book,Note,school materials, uniforms and bags for the children to continue their education withschool materials we are looking for new sponsor and volunteers to support our children needs regarding school education.

The new volunteer Mr ISAAC and Colette are brother and sister came from uk to volunteers and to help our children having all educational materials with their support and we still waiting for good news. in  coming weeks we have nore people to support or school.

Once again we thank GlobalGiving to given us an opportunity to fundraise with your platform to have more fundsas previous year to support our school children in means of education and development.

children
children

Women with at least a basic education are much less likely to be poor. Providing girls with one extra year of schooling beyond the average can boost their eventual wages by 10 to 20 per cent.

An educated woman is 50 per cent more likely to have her children immunised against childhood diseases

Education is a right – but it is still beyond the reach of many For all these reasons, girls’ education has long been recognised as a human right. Past international commitments include addressing gender equality within the education system, the first step to eliminating all forms of discrimination against women

In many countries and communities in both the developed and the developing world, parents can take it for granted that their daughters receive a quality education. Yet in many other places around the world, providing every child with an education appears to be beyond reach. There are five main challenges we identify that make it difficult for girls to access education. These include: • the cost of education – ensuring that communities, parents and children can afford schooling; • poor school environments – ensuring that girls have access to a safe school environment; • the weak position of women in society – ensuring that society and parents value the education of girls; • conflict – ensuring that children who are excluded due to conflict have access to schooling; and • social exclusion – ensuring girls are not disadvantaged on the basis of caste, ethnicity, religion or disability. These challenges are not exhaustive, but they are recurrent themes in many countries. They constitute additional hurdles girls need to overcome to benefit from quality education.

 

Its very helpful for the village children to continue their education with help of welwishers.

Hats of,

with volunteer
with volunteer
class
class
learning
learning
 

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VETNGO

Location: viluppuram, Tamilnadu - India
Website: http:/​/​www.vetngo.org.in
Project Leader:
craig ward
viluppuram, Tamilnadu India

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