Education
 India
Project #20299

SEND VILLAGE CHILDREN TO SCHOOL

by Gyan Jyoty Rural Development welfare Trust Bodhgaya
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Summary

We are providing education for children who are unable to go to school either because of poverty or family circumstances. Our school is near Bodhgaya, Bihar, India, a Buddhist pilgrimage site where Buddha attained supreme enlightenment. Our village has a high level of illiteracy, and many children beg from tourists rather than attend school. We ourselves were such children, and we believe that education is a human right, and can dramatically change a child's life.
$20,000.00
total goal
$11,579.00
remaining
65
donors
7
monthly donors
1
year active

Challenge

In the outskirts of Bodhgaya many families rely on the large families and children to help with farming. Poverty and illiteracy is a real problem in this part of Bihar. Many parents don't want to because of poverty parents don't want to send their children to school. Due to poverty and general disempowerment, many children are instead sent to beg near the UNESCO world heritage site of the Mahabodhi Temple, Bodhgaya.

Solution

Our small team of teachers will go to nearby rural villages and convince the parents to send their children to our school where we provide them with simple but good education. If funding allows we aim to provide students with nutritious meal and medical care also. We aim to work towards empowering these children and make them into good citizen as this is every child's right.

Long-Term Impact

We aim to empower children of the Bodhgaya outlying areas through education whilst eliminating begging and child labour near the World Heritage site

Organization Information

Gyan Jyoty Rural Development welfare Trust Bodhgaya

Location: Gaya - India
Project Leader:
Priyaranjan Kumar
Gaya, Bihar India

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