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Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School

by Gram Vikas Trust
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Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
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Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Give A Girl A Bicycle - Help Her To Go School
Apr 28, 2015

Bring back our girls to school

Girls riding back after school
Girls riding back after school

Education can’t make us all leaders, but it can teach us which leader to follow; Bel Kaufman quotes

Supporting girl child education is enabling them to live in a progressive world. The purpose fulfills the gap where we reach out to the girls who live in interior villages without any means of education. There arises a question of how many girls go to school from such villages. This is what exactly we are working towards, making education accessible to such girls through bicycle.

I don’t know what it makes feel the world about giving bicycle to girl child, but it make difference to the girl and family who get bicycle and can go along with other girls to study further. Our project helps girls of tribal villages in Jhagadia block and Vagra block.  

It feels so happy to see girls riding bicycle on roads and reach schools every day without any hurdle. Recently we have provided bicycle to 12 girls from a village called Mota-Sanja (Jhagadia block). They had to walk 5.5 km to go to school for higher education. I happened to pass by that village; it was a pleasure seeing those girls riding bicycles back to home after school. Their smiling faces convey everything.

Thanks to our entire donors for being part of their happiness. It is you all who make it possible to bring them back to school forever.

We are always curious to hear from your side. 

Let's drive together
Let's drive together
schooling everyday
schooling everyday
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Gram Vikas Trust

Location: Bharuch, Gujarat - India
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Project Leader:
Ramesh Kasondra
Bharuch, Gujarat India
$15,103 raised of $20,000 goal
 
112 donations
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