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Donate for Education, 21 Million children in India don’t go to School. Lakhs of children are still denied their right to education because of poverty. Contribute to the education of poor children and support them with must like education freights, academy inventories, footwear, transport, etc.
Help them make a future that will make them escape poverty passed from generation to generation. Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust’s focus is to give access to quality education to children in underprivileged areas through largely effective education interventions. Children are enabled to continue their education, having become confident.
Why Donate for Education?
India has an estimated 45 million children between 6- 18 times of age who aren’t in the academy. Some have no way had the chance and numerous have had to drop out – either to work as child laborers or because they’re being forced to get wedded.
Access to education in these areas is limited
( a) because it’s frequently locally unapproachable.
(b) because of domestic and profitable pressures forcing children to work.
(c) because Government schools are far and lack proper installations.
(d) because it has traditionally not been accorded value. Nearly half of pastoral children in our area are out of school.
Donate to Child Education
We work with communities living in poverty in India. There are large figures of orphaned, abandoned, or vulnerable children being watched by single mothers or grandmothers.
We work holistically with communities to give health, education, and income-generating programs to empower parents and children to start small businesses, access medical care and education, access openings, plan for the future, and ameliorate family good.
Quality education is an essential step towards increased health, income generation, and choice.
Donate to Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust, India’s most trusted NGO, to make a difference. Your donation will ensure that similar children get a proper education and pave their way to a brighter future. Help India’s children find their true eventuality. Contribute now