Education for Rural Dalit Grils

Education for Rural Dalit Grils

To provide educational materials like school note-books, school bags, uniforms and writing materials to 200 rural Dalit Grils and Boys.

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This project is using Flexible funding and will receive all pledges made by 9:27am 15th May 2017

Dalits are the most exploited, excluded and vulnerable people in rural India. They are living in utter poverty. They are able to give a quality education to their children. For want of jobs the poor Dalit parents are forced to go Bricks Making Chambers nearer to the big cities Chennai and Bangalore. These poor Dalits are hired or taken for leased by money lending brokers by them Euro 500.00 to 1000.00 in advance for which they have to work in the brick chambers for eight to ten months in a year. They can go homes only for two to three months in a year during rain season. When these Dalit parents go to brick chambers they can not take their children above four to five years old.  So, they leave them back in the village itself under the care of their aged grandparents. These aged grandparents are not able to send their grandchildren to schools and not able to provide educational materials, uniforms, school bags, school fees, etc. These poor Dalit children are suffering and struggling for quality education, nutritious food, and for the parental love, care and Affection. Most of the Dalit Grils are forced to discontinue their schooling to take care of the younger siblings,  especially to take care of the younger boys. These poor Dalit boys and girls are roaming around the villages without education. The small grownup grils are facing and exposed to sexual harassment and torture by neighbours and relatives as they are alone at home. All these affected poor rural Dalit Grils and Boys want to go to school for which they deserve your valuable financial support and cooperation. Thank you.