School education for Indian children
It cannot be expected of a child to run up a steep jungle trails for hours in order to get to school. However, this is the case in the Buxaduar region in North-Eastern India. [Nbsp] The "Agape Academy" is located on the edge of the jungle, where twelve teachers are teaching 235 students from start to tenth grade. The children belong to the people of the Dukpa, mostly farmers. They live scattered in the mountains, the children have to help with field work and guard animals. Only a quarter can attend secondary school at all. Some walk for an hour each day through the jungle to school. Others live two or three hours' walk away and cannot come at all. That should change.
In order to provide a good education for children in this region, several organizations, municipalities and school management have begun building a dormitory together with Provide employees. Two buildings will be build for each 50 boys and 50 girls .
Our partner HiP (www.helfen-in-partnerschaft.de)has already gathered a large part of the finances for the building. Provide would like to come up with about 20.000 Euros to be able to help with the interior design and furnishings.
You can become part by sending a gift!
Please use the following number for a note to point out the intended usage:
Projectnumber: P218131 Student Hostel and please do not forget to write down your address for a tax deductable receipt.
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