We support Girl Students with Education Kits
Poor students need school materials like notebooks, uniforms, clothes, shoes, pens, pencils, private convent school fee, and tuition. These deprived girls are good at studies but struggling for education support, since their parents are working as daily wage laborers in construction sites, scavenging, tobacco units and gets meager income and are not able to provide for their education expenses.
A significant number of children come from backward communities. These communities face widespread discrimination.
Aim of this project is to identify and support 500 underprivileged girl students from slum communities, who are studying in classes V to X in government schools.
Every year, we distribute the educational material kits to these girls. The education kit contains School bag, Long and Short Note Books, Dictionary, Shoes, Socks, Pencils, Erasers, Writing Pad, branded school uniforms, Sketch Pens, Geometry Box, Colour Pencils, etc.
Save the Girl Child Project
The child sex ratio (0–6 years) in India of number of girls per 1,000 boys has been declining since 2001. It has declined from 927 girls for every 1,000 boys to 918 in 2011. The Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (BBBP) scheme was launched in 2015 to address this issue and help the girl child. It includes programs to promote “Save Girl Child” and “to Educate Girl Child”.
Seruds Project to “Educate Girl Child” was launched in 2010. This project will allow children to be bold to study well, self-reliant to achieve goals in their bright future. Our goal is to improve access & quality of education for 500 children through enrolment of deprived children in schools & regular attendance, provide uniforms, shoes, school supplies & educational material. Additionally, project mainly concentrates on Girl Child Education and Enrolment in schools. It provides bright future for all the deprived children.
The project will provide an excellent education and opportunities to these 500 underprivileged children for holistic growth and development, which will put them on the path toward breaking the pervasive cycle of poverty in their slum communities and a good career. These impoverished girls will be saved from child marriage, trafficking, and being forced to work as domestic servants.