This includes all the expenses of a girl’s education which be borne by NANHI PARI NGO through donations. Right from the school fees to the other expenses, all are paid by the donations collected under this cause.
In India, nearly 40% of adolescent girls in the age group of 15-18 years are not attending school. Around 30 percent of Girls from poorest families have never stepped inside the classroom and school surroundings. India needs to spend 6% of its gross domestic product (GDP) on education, every national education policy (NEP) since 1968 has said. In 2019-20, India spent only 3.1% of its GDP on education, the 2019-20 Economic Survey showed. India ranks 62nd in total public expenditure on education per student.
Nanhi Pari Foundation Project to “Educate Girl Child” was launched after corona in 2019-2020. This project will allow children to be bold to study well, self-reliant to achieve goals in their bright future.
Additionally, project mainly concentrates on Girl Child Education and Enrollment in schools. It provides bright future for all the deprived children.
These impoverished girls will be saved from child marriage, trafficking, and being forced to work as domestic servants.
” According to me , If girls is educated to its fullest , nation can grow with double the speed”