Hey there, I am Vidhi Jindal, a college student and also interning for Hamari pahchan NGO. Our country has high rate of illiteracy by 287 million people than literate people. Education is the vehicle to help poor people out of poverty. They aim to equip children with literacy and skills that can enable them to gain employment and bring financial relief to their families. But education never comes free so as to help such people we are raising funds, which will all be of their benefit. We need donation as much as we can, so please make the right choice and help those children to also make right choices for their by educating them.
HELP US FIGHT ILLITERACY!
Hamari pahchan aims to bridge the gap between the privileged and the underprivileged children of our society. An initiative called the DRISHTI PROJECT has been put in motion; it aims to provide education to the underprivileged children.
SPONSOR EDUCATION FOR 1 CHILD AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE! 1 Child's Education = Rs.7500/- a year.
In Rs.7500 you will help us provide a child with stationary supplements, books and other study material and an access to vocational training sessions.
In India, 90% of children from poor families remain illiterate despite completing four years of school education. Also, around 30 percent of children reach the illiteracy rate even after attending five-six years of school.
Around the world, government is grappling with ways to reallocate their education budgets to those children most in need. Allocations per child still do not adequately reflect the costs of delivering quality education to the marginalised.
‘Drishti’ is an initiative by Hamari Pahchan NGO to bridge the gap between the privileged and underprivileged children of the society. It all began with informal education sessions, which are conducted regularly and include important themes for the development of the child's cognitive and behavioural aspects.
Every child is entitled to a Right to Education. We are striving to preserve and broaden the scope of this conviction through this initiative. Due to the initiatives taken up by Hamari Pahchan NGO under the Drishti Project, beneficiaries like Raj are well versed with magic words like “Please, Sorry and Thank you” and use them in everyday conversation.
I am Ananya, a second year law student working with Hamari Pahchan. I have been working for this cause relentlessly with the help of this organization. In ₹7500 a year, you can help an underprivileged student get quality education. We are requesting your contribution, donate to our fundraiser and help us protect the fundamental Right to Education of many other students like Raj.
Donation to Hamari Pahchan NGO entitles you to Tax Exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. Fill out this form, click here.