Help a poor girl child from a remote village community to get educated in a rural school for a year, INR 1800
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Gramin Vikas Vigyan Samiti (GRAVIS) is committed to the cause of educating the girl child and has started an initiative to this effect in Rajasthan. GRAVIS, to promote enrollment of girls in the villages, starts and runs schools and later hands them over to the government or the village development committee.

How It Works

• Each village has a village development committee, which is a unanimously elected village body. It consists of representatives from all sections of society. Therefore they have a fair idea of the general state of affairs across all sections of village society.
• The village development committee selects beneficiaries with assistance from the teachers at the local schools.
• The educational materials are provided by the NGO directly to the selected beneficiaries.
• The chosen beneficiaries study full time in the schools that the NGO supports.
• Children studying in Grade I to V (upto the age of 12) are chosen for this initiative.
• Their centres are located in Pali, Dabri, Menu KI Gagadi, Bhikum Kor, Jelu, Bada Kotecha in the Udaipur district of Rajastan.

The Statistics

• The NGO supports 48 co-education schools in different parts of Rajasthan.
• About 40% of the students in these schools are girls.

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Stationery 255.00
Two dresses 700.00
Mattress shared by two girls 95.00
Salary of the teacher 750.00
Unit Price 1800
Quantity
Total 1800
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Dhapu of village Mandla Khurd
Dhapu and family live in a small hamlet called Bhopa Ji Ki Dhani, in Mandala Khurd. Family trade is farming; but agricultural yield is inadequate as agriculture is rain fed. In the time of need her father also works as a daily wage labourer. He manages to earn a monthly income of Rs 1000 which barely suffices to provide for the basic necessities of the family. Making ends meet is difficult. Dhapu mostly spends her time tending to her siblings or helping her mother with house hold chores. Education is treated as an added luxury and is mostly the boys are encouraged to go to school while the girls spend their time tending to siblings and helping with the house hold chores
Due to lack of resources Dhapu s parents could not send her to school. After a meeting with a teacher from GRAVIS they learnt that they could enroll her into the education support program run by GRAVIS with the support of GIVE. Her parents are happy to send her to school and expect that educating her would make her more self reliant
Dhapu is an active child and records an attendance of 70%. She likes to read Hindi and enjoys the story telling session held by the class teacher. She likes to play many local games like kho-kho, genda-gippi with her friends. She is well behaved with her teacher and fellow mates. Dhapu wants to join the police services through this she wants to serve society

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