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Running for education – Gaurav Kaushal’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

7.00% funded 11 Supporters
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Running for education – Rakesh Kumar’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

10.00% funded 9 Supporters

Catering to disadvantaged disabled children’s educational needs

There are 40 to 80 million disabled people in India. Getting a job remains a challenge for them as most disabled children aren’t given the chance to complete their primary…

2.00% funded 74 Supporters
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Running for education – Soundharya’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

17.00% funded 8 Supporters

Sponsor a child’s midday meals at school

23% of the children in India are born underweight. India also has the largest development programme, and yet the progress on malnutrition is limited, causing most major disabilities among children.

5.00% funded 27 Supporters
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Running for education – Manu Bhatia’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

15.00% funded 7 Supporters
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Help creating a better future for slum kids

After the ‘Right To Education Act’ was passed, the Government of India has made education free and compulsory for the age group 6 to 14. But this declaration was no…

7.00% funded 53 Supporters

Supporting 100 girls through a year of school

In 2011, India’s female literacy rate stood at 65%, almost 20% lower than men at 82%. Out of every 100 Indian children who drop out of school, 66 of them…

30.00% funded 30 Supporters
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Sponsor children at the national inter-orphanage talent festival - Nakshatra

Hundreds of children live in shelter homes where sometimes even basic necessities are seen as a privilege. Having spent most of their time in such institutions, these children have low…

86.00% funded 293 Supporters
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Running for education – Nitin’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

3.00% funded 1 Supporters
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Running for education – Deepti Mary Minj’s campaign for the children of Bhumi

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

4.00% funded 3 Supporters
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Sponsor the education of a child in need

Many disadvantaged parents recognise education as the promise of a better future for their children, but struggle to send them to good schools as they are too expensive. In fact,…

71.00% funded 759 Supporters
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