2006 Visiting student's houses

I and our teachers visit houses of our students in villages randomly.  So that we can know the situation of their life in their houses and villages.  There are few light bulbs in their houses.  TVs are very rare in their villages.  They use cattle manure as fuel to cook.  Their houses are made of mud, using bricks are better one, it is sometimes destroyed by heavy rain in rainy season.

 

There are students who go to school all the way from their village of 5 to 7 Km distance.  When I raised conditions that only such students can remain in our school who goes to school everyday and stydy enthusiasticly, most deligent students were the students who live in far villages from school.  I couldn't imagine how far they walk everyday.  The students from the village of 5 Km away go to school by walking.  The students from the village of 7 Km away go to school by hichhiking.  When I went to their village, hald of the way I was able to proceed by a car, the road was very rough, and walking other half way made me very tired. I admire all the students come to school every day.  The students from 7 Km away hichhike a car or bus, free for children.  But it is very hard to hichhich a bus, it takes half an hour or more than a hour.  I found the parents who let children go to school from far villages are more enthusiastic for education.  They may know the importance of education.  They are very poor, but they have hopes.  The only way to get out of poverty is education.

 

 

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India
India
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Giving a chance of Education

to cihldren in India
NGO Children Aid - Surya Bharti School
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NGO Children Aid

C/O Hotel Mahamaya, Near Mahabodhi Temple, Bodhgaya, Gaya, Bihar 824231, India

Giving chance 
of education
to children in India

There was no school in a village. A few children went to a school by walking long way. Hundreds or more children were playing and working. Of course they could not read and write. They are very poor  and their family can only afford to eat.

We established a school (without tuition fee) in the village.