But unfortunately, not everyone has access to education. Underprivileged children do not have the resources to acquire quality education. Therefore to combat this problem, I am working on project Drishti.
Working day and night tirelessly, Divya's project was brought into existence in 2016. With the shift of education happening online, the project decided to shift its initiative to something that can be accessed via the internet.
Gagetshala came into existence, which allowed students to learn online through their phones, laptops, and tablets.
Furthermore, the team has distributed textbooks, notebooks, and other stationery essentials, doing their best to ensure that all students have accessibility to elementary levels of education.
Through Gagatshala, more than 11,215 children have been educated and now have brighter futures.
Divya's team used to teach hundreds of students regularly. But due to the Coronavirus epidemic, the team had to stop. The underprivileged students are unable to attend their online classes. The students do not have proper facilities.
To make the internet and virtual education available to every child residing in slum areas, our plan of action is to establish:
1. Internet facilities
2. Smart gadgets like mobile phones, laptops, and computers.
3. A mobile van to make Gadgetshala accessible in various areas.
4. Your valuable time to teach these children.
Cost of facilities we would like to buy for the students:
1 Laptop costs around Rs.25,000
1 Tablet costs around Rs.10,000
1 Computer costs around Rs.25,000
1 Mobile Van costs around Rs.5,00,000
The team is also planning to make a library for the children.
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