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We support education to the less privileged children

Our Mission & Vision

To Strive for the Less Privileged

For Children


Ensure individualized attention and complete care at all times through the presence of a qualified & professional team.


Ensure adequate nutrition and complete health care, which will help the child you sponsor to grow with the vitality of a healthy child.


Ensure an excellent education in English Medium (English is a strong marker of social status) in quality schools.


Offer a daily in-house tuition to allow the children to grow confident and stay on par with the level of their peers at school


Develop child’s various soft skills by encouraging a rich extra-curricular education though constructive leisure activity & skill based in-house programme.


Each and every child would always be very proud to hear that sponsors from all over the world are ready to support them on the way to a bright and dignified future!

Do you wish to visit the child you sponsor once a month (do write to us). You have the possibility to develop a sustained relationship. Without becoming a substitute for parental figure, you embody a positive role model and participate in our mission by restoring the trust of the child you sponsor in adults surrounding them.


If you wish to join hands on our mission together, you make a long-lasting impact and participate in a profound social change in India. You give children the fundamentals to change and to impact the life of his family and community in large. Once independent and empowered, the children will indeed be able to transmit their values and skills, thus contributing to fighting poverty and illiteracy in India of the future.


Education in India needs an Overhaul

The Annual Status of Education Report (ASER 2020) report reveals that Indian schools saw high dropout rates and declining enrolment rates even before the COVID-19 pandemic.

 Comparing student enrolment in primary schools with annual population growth between 2013 and 2018, there’s been a decline in overall enrolment.

Steady decline in enrolment rates at the primary level

Dropout rates in secondary education have been consistently high

This is linked to the ‘No-detention policy’ which obligates schools to promote children to the next grade, even if they may not be ready. This policy applies until Grade 8, which means that when children complete Grade 9, they may be held back as a result of being promoted to higher grades despite low learning levels. These rates are higher among girls and students from Scheduled Tribes (STs).

There has been a significant improvement in the gross enrolment rate (GER)¬ across upper primary, secondary, and higher secondary school has increased by 12, 20, and 21 percent respectively from 2008-09 to 2015-16. The GER for girls is at par or higher than boys across educational levels.

More girls are enrolled in schools across grades

Enrolment in private schools has increased since 2013-14

The rate of total private school enrolment and percentage share of private schools among all schools have been consistently increasing since 2013-14. All states have witnessed an increase between 2013 and 2017.

India has a total of 15 lakh schools (government and private) and only 15 percent of them are in urban areas. This percentage share has been constant between 2013-2018. Seventy-one percent of enrolment in the country is concentrated in rural locations.

Eighty-five percent of schools in India are located in rural areas

Eleven lakh schools are government schools

The percentage share of private schools in the country is rising as opposed to government schools where the rates are mostly stable.

The total number of teachers has increased in both urban and rural areas. Between 2013-2018, urban areas saw a rise from 21 lakh to 25 lakh teachers and rural areas saw a rise from 61 lakh to 67 lakh.

Seventy-five percent of all teachers are based in rural locations