Gift education to an underprivileged child - Single donation, INR 100

Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra (NBJK) is committed to encouraging the education of girls and works towards dissuading girls from dropping out, by providing the help and support they require to continue their education.

How It Works

• NBJK's field workers identify girls studying in village Government schools, who either have to drop out or wish to study in better schools, but cannot afford to due to their family’s economic conditions.
• 70% of the girls drop out from the school after primary education (i.e. Grade V), either due to of lack of encouragement from parents or high education costs.
• They are also forced to marry at an early age, if they choose not to or cannot afford to study.
• NBJK motivates such girls and convinces their parents to enroll them in schools near their villages.
• A written agreement is taken from their guardian not to marry off their daughters before completion of education till class 10 (age 18), which has proved to be very effective.
• Manager level staff then meets these parents to determine their economic condition. • The students usually live in kuchcha houses and their parents earn less than Rs. 35,000 per year.
• Once the parents agree, the Principals of private schools are approached for new enrolments.
• After enrolment, study material, school dresses and fees are paid for the beneficiaries.

The Statistics

• The NGO has supported about 200+ girls in the year 2014-15

Donation Option Break-up cost in INR
Fees paid directly to school 1000.00
One set of text books for Grades 6 -10   500.00
Two sets school uniforms and stitching charges  400.00
Monitoring, supervision and documentation 300.00
Unit Price 2200
Total 2200
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My dream came true
Puja Kumari a girl residing in remote interior village of Chouparan block used to sit in her courtyard and watch her mates going to school. Poverty did not allow her to knock the doors of the school.
With the support of a donor through a GiveIndia donor Puja Kumari was admitted in school after motivating her parents to get her enrolled in Chandrakala Daga Devei High school. She was supported with Rs 2000 sponsorship and admitted her in school.
Puja Kumari was admitted in Chandrakala Devi Daga School in Chouparan and presently she is studying in Grade 6. Her performance in school is good and she wishes to complete her matriculation and higher studies.

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