On August 4th 2009 under the Right to Education act, free and compulsory education as a fundamental right to any child aged between 6 and 14, was inscribed in the Indian constitution. Although the enactment date may appear startlingly recent primary education has significantly improved in India over the last fifteen years. According to latest available data from the World Bank , primary school enrolment rate increased from 81% in 2000 to 93% in 2012 and with currently close to 1.4 million of schools, 98% of households have a primary school within a 1 km range. Consequently, the literacy rate among the youth aged between 15 to 24 years has steadily progressed from 76% in 2001 to 90% in 2015.
Making quality education available to children is what we stand for. Working with us will be a unique experience with impact because our approach is:
Holistic : We ensure we cover the basic requirements for tuition fees, transportation, uniforms and stationary for a minimum of 1 year per child.
Excellence : We work with local institutions that have high standards of schooling competency with an environment that is conducive to learning responsible behaviour patterns and that can guarantee girl-friendly facilities.
Transparent : Monitoring and evaluation data and project results are easily made available to our donors/sponsors at regular intervals.
Trackable : We mediate a strong communication between the local educational institution, the sponsored children and the sponsor.
Complete : We do our best to encourage sponsored children to complete primary schooling.
 The World Bank: Data (http://data.worldbank.org).