Few reasons why children in South Asia drop out of school. They have to worry about things I never even contemplated as a kid, including something so ‘simple’ like staying in school.
Investing in children, particularly girls at a young age, is certainly bringing positive results to our program in Nepal.
Our aim is to ensure that by 2020 all children in the village have access to quality education, as well as developing practical economic opportunities in and around neighbouring communities. See how your donation has helped this little village….
Deeply rooted is the practice of menstrual untouchability (chaupadi system), restriction and isolation. They believe that women and girls are impure and they live as outcasts during menstruation.
A Q&A with Evangeline Grace, Oasis India’s Anti-human Trafficking (AHT) Co-ordinator in Chennai.
While school education is the foundation to fulfilling our potential, there are other ways to provide opportunities through informal training and it should be deemed to be as important too.