U R G E ( Uplifting Rural Girl's Education)
URGE (Uplifting Rural Girl's Education). An Initiative of Parivar Vikas NGO, for Women’s Empowerment through Education in Bihar, India.Auckland
As per UNESCO 774 million illiterates worldwide -- about 493 million, are women, who are unable or have difficulties reading text messages, filling out forms. 123 million people between 15 and 24 years of age who cannot read or write. Of these illiterate youth, 76 million are women and 54 million of them are based in only nine countries: India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, United Republic of Tanzania, Egypt and Burkina Faso.
We Parivar Vikas - Non-Governmental Organization, working with people in Bihar India for a nation free from poverty, illiteracy, and injustice. We work in state Bihar, has India’s lowest female literacy rate (~51%, 42% in my district of Jamui) and Asia's one of the lowest female literacy rate. Lowest female workforce participation rate (FWPR), with only 89 per 1,000 women employed in the entire state of Bihar. This number is even lower in the Jamui district.
Communities for which we are working mostly inhabited by schedule caste/tribe and majority falls under poverty line. These community's families are either landless or having own small chunks of less or infertile land. Main source of livelihood for these community people are working as agricultural labor. Their children get encouraged to drop out of school and working similarly as brick works labor / agriculture labor / as helping hand in hotel / and quite often victims of child trafficking. Youth from this communities are migrated at least 1000 miles far to work as constructions labor or industrial labor in metro cities for livelihood. The district of Jamui is also heavily affected by Naxal violence, resulting in a dangerous community for women & children. The Human Rights of these women and girls need to be protected.
The best way we can empower the girls of our community is through education, enabling them to develop new skills and the ability to take control of their own lives.
We will run a programme URGE (Uplifting Rural Girl's Education) with objective of bringing poorest community girl children into mainstream education and work towards securing their secondary schooling and restoring the school-drop outs girl into continuous education.
Girl’s Education counts--because it helps eradicate poverty and hunger, decreasing infant mortality,
HELP US MAKING AN EMPOWERED, EDUCATED AND CONFIDENT COMMUNITY FOR GIRLS
Your any big or small contribution ($10 / $20 / … $nn …. $nnn) will make a huge count.
Much appreciate your contribution. You have no idea how much it means to those poor community girls & their family.
Vikram Kumar's involvement (page creator)
Fundraising for Parivar Vikas NGO, India - Non-Governmental Organization, working with people in India for a nation free from poverty, illiteracy, injustice and various potential social issue
Use of funds
All fund raised will be utilizing in supporting education classes to successful completion of secondary school examination and restoration of school - drop outs girls into mainstream education for 22 villages of rural district Jamui, Bihar, India
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Dear donor a lot of thanks and appreciation who has come forward for this initiative and contributed. As our target was TOTAL of 4000 $. Where we have managed to raise aroud 1500 $ from cash , street donation and donation box at shop. Still we need to raise remaining 2500 $ so that extending the project start date and planning to start in AUG 2019. Thanks once again. and Please come forward to reach the goal
We greatly thankful and appreciate your kindness to our community. kind regards Vikram Kumar ( on behalf of PARIVAR VIKAS Ngo)
Thank you & appreciate for your Monthly regular donation We greatly thankful and appreciate your kindness to our community. kind regards Vikram Kumar ( on behalf of PARIVAR VIKAS Ngo)
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This page was created on 16 Jul 2018 and closed on 4 Jun 2019.