To prevent child abuse by liberating 100 deprived Indian girls from arduous child labour help them with free education and skill training.
About the project
In several villages of Kadapa district, the non-admissions of the girls into the schools and drop-outs of the girls are higher than the boys. Certain traditional families used to discontinue the girls from the schools after the girls are matured. Of every five boys in school, only one is a girl. The significant factor which prevents girl children from going to school seems to be lack of awareness and realization on the significance of education. It is to be noted that it is parents who lack interest in education of their daughters rather than their girl children. Getting the poor girls to school is the first essential step. The project aims to build the capacity of over 100 girls in the age group 6 to 14 years through free education and Vocational skills. We intend to run a bridge school for a duration of 1 year for about 100 rural impoverished out-of-school girls and to provide Basic Education towards their constructive career. This educational program will assist the girls in their development into adulthood, providing them with the education and skills necessary to find future employment after completing their schooling.