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    Siddhi Gandhi
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    from Mumbai, Maharashtra


Education is not merely gaining knowledge!
Education is the whole process of learning, facing challenges, growing up and developing good habits, values and beliefs!

The first Cambridge school has been opened in Khopoli.
Sponsor a child, sponsor a life
We make a living by what we get , but we make a life by what we give!

Since its inception, the Research Centre has undertaken socio-economic development of the <b>most backward and undeveloped areas</b> in and around Parli (Sudhagadh District) in the fields of Education, Public Health and Women Empowerment. This was initiated in view of the glaring cases of child-labor, early marriage of the girl child, tolerance to unhygienic surroundings and a dearth of education and employment Avenues

When we started in 2003, young children were made to work in neighboring breweries. The situation of girl children was worse, where they had to take care of the entire house and their siblings to get trained and married off at a very young age.

It started with a modest beginning of teaching a few children under a temporary shed under a tree. With support from well-wishers, today over 900 children are being educated at the school and their educational expenses including uniforms, books, educational kits, meals as well as transport are being provided for, through the Centre.

One-of-its-kind rural school.
FIRST English Medium School in entire Taluka.
906 students from Nursery to 9th standard (academic year 2017-18) take benefit of highly subsidized education.
Adivasi and Tribal children from 55 neighboring villages in 36 km radius study here.
Average 40 % of children are girls each year, in spite of being a rural area !!
Free textbooks, notebooks, uniforms and shoes given every year.
Free healthy protein-rich mid-day snack provided every day.

Privileged are those who support the less-privileged.

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