Every child deserves a happy & prosperous life.Irrespective of economic status, every children has the right to education.But to many children right here in our country aren’t getting the opportunity to reach their full potential .many children are not getting education not because they are unwilling but because their families cannot afford their books ,uniforms and academic fee.
By sponsoring a child’s education ,you not only give the child a future ,but also help reduce literacy and increase the child’s quality of life ,when you sponsor a child’s education, you are not only making the particular child educated but also the future generation that are yet to come.
Children from the underprivileged communities are exposed to a lot of problems that keep her/him out of school. We see children laboring in , way side dhabas, to the numerous workshops, factories and household enterprises in the unorganized sector. 56% of girls in India are either not in school or will drop out before the age of 14 owing to several socio-cultural-economic reasons. Your child sponsorship will not only ensure education and adequate nutrition to the child, but will also address the issues that keep her/ him out of school.
This intervention does not stop with the child, but also covers her/his parents. We constantly interact with the parents and council them on the importance of education, right nutrition, Child-rights, gender-equality, time management, health & hygiene amongst the others. We ensure that the child gets complete and undivided support and encouragement from the parents. At the micro-level we also intervene and address the various factors that had initially kept the child out of school.
The community development process begins with earning the trust of the community by promoting and advocating community development activities in the field of education, health, agriculture, livelihood etc. This matures to become a long term partnership that eventually leads to a long lasting social change! As a result of your support, the children and their communities will gain access to their rights to dignity, food, shelter, education and livelihood.
It is certainly a dream come true for seven-year-old Sarita who wants to become a police officer. “I watched a video about a pilot in the education centre and ever since I want to become one”, she says.
life gave sarita a rough start, born in a family with four siblings, her father works as a security guard in a nearby factory, the belief system of her family, deeply entrenched in gender-based stereotypes, consider marriage and domestic labour as a girl’s ultimate destiny, and aim to get girls in the community married early on in their lives .our volunteers came in touch with sarita's family during a door to door awareness campaign of our betipadhao and betibachao project , and
Get to know about sarita's condition, our volunteers then counsel her parents on the benefits of educating girls, eventually gaining the support of sarita's parents for enrolling them in our remedial education center.
7-year-old Sarita is a fighter. Studying has not only been her aspiration, it has been her favorite hobby. Despite being underage, she came to the Remedial Education Centre in the community every week consistently and learnt what children aged 7 and above were being taught,” says Aradhna, a CIWT volunteer.
Fortunately we have found a noble sponsor for her now who is supporting her education, she has been enrolled in a local Govt school, now she is fighting to achieve her dream.Read More..