400 children from extreme poor families now have access to quality education through the Day School.
Hyderabad Council of Human Welfare is a registered non-profit organization working with children living on streets and in other difficult circumstances towards their rescue, rehabilitation and mainstreaming.
Day School providing free of cost CBSE and SSC combined education including free text books, note books, stationary, school bags, uniforms and shoes along with free pickup and drop facility.
All the children belong to families who are either below poverty line or where the family income per month is less than the minimum wages. In families, both the parents are daily wage earners with no guarantee of work. They are living in extreme poor housing and sanitary conditions and lag far behind in social entitlements.
Engaging and imparting education to children is the best option to address the issues of protection, well-being and safeguarding their rights. The purpose of Day School is two folded – while the focus is on educational mainstreaming of these children, the underlying concern is also the protection and safety of children in their neighborhoods in the absence of parents in the vicinity.
The program will empower 400 financially challenged children with education at the cost of free text books, note books, stationary, school bags, uniforms and shoes. It will sensitize parents on issues concerning the safety and protection of children as well as the need for the education.
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