Quality Education for Kids in India

by India School Fund


Providing an excellent education for impoverished kids in India in order to break out of the vicious cycle of poverty

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The government school in Rajugela, located in Uttar Pradesh, India, is suffering from low attendance rates and poor teaching. As a result, many children in Rajugela are uneducated. The school that ISF built provides a quality, individualized education, so that the children can be educated, literate, and most importantly, obtain successful careers to break out of poverty. Every year. 200 children attend the school. The school's attendance rate is at 90% and the students also have high exam scores


Education- Teach essential subjects- Hindi, English, math, and environmental science Nutrition- Deliver nutritious meals to the children in the school daily to prevent or treat malnutrition

Long-Term Impact

I am working on the environmental science curriculum for fifth graders, which comprise around 50 students in the school. This subject is very essential since the children and the villagers are so dependent on their natural resources for survival.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


mailto: chenzw@mit.edu
Article- "Decoding the Indian Matrix"

Organization Information

India School Fund

Location: New Delhi, Delhi - India
Website: http:/​/​www.indiaschoolfund.org/​
Wendy Chen
Project Leader:
Wendy Chen
Cambridge, MA United States

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