Education is a privilege rather than a right for the children of India. There are schools available to the wealthy, but the majority of Indian children live in poverty and are not given this opportunity. Although many children are enrolled in school, actual attendance is low. Many children can only attend school when they are not working. Therefore, lower-class Indian children's education is neither consistent nor secure. India's high levels of poverty also prevent children from getting an education. Often any money that poor families have is used for food and survival.
Swashrit looks forward to opportunities of taking these concepts to the marginalised communities in order to build a healthy society. It is in this context that we look forward to your support and assistance.Click here to Know more