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YOUNG CRIME FREE SOCIETY
EMPOWERING TO SERVE PEOPLE
VOICE FOR GENDER EQUALITY
RIGHT TO EDUCATION
STOP CHILD LABOUR
SAY NO TO TOBACCO
VOICE AGAINST CORRUPTION
SAY NO TO DRUGS
STOP DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
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What happens when a country of the size of India has over 3 million children living on the streets?
Or has over hundreds of victims of rape, child abuse and prisoner’s children who are ashamed to face the society or pushed away from the society and has numerous dreams about their future on the grounds of education?
Or has over million’s children working as labourers to earn their living or to do proxy work for their parents?
Or one out of every six girl children does not live to see her 15th birthday?
What happens when despite having a national policy for compulsory primary education, only 60% of children have access to education?
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The statement “Children are the future of the nation” stops making sense, then!
In fact, it sounds like an ominous prophecy. For how can we explain that even after 69 years of independence, half of India’s children are illiterate? Despite identifying primary education as a key thrust area and possessing one of the largest networks of schools in the world?
Clearly, we have a lot to answer for. And we as concerned citizens should do something about it; something meaningful, something concrete, something urgent. Still, we can’t hail the luxury of blaming the system or postponing our actions.
The time to take a collective as well as individual responsibility to remedy the present situation is here. Right now! We also need many citizens to volunteer and cater to the vast number of victims and helpless students in our country, which succeeds through SeedReaps.
SeedReaps Educational & Charitable Trust, a non-governmental organization educates and empowers the genuine deserving needy students and victims from urban and rural areas.
Our mission is not only to sponsor for education but also support till they are gainfully employed.
Think Big. Act Bigger.
In the case of victims, not only students harnessed by rape or abuse are termed under
social victims, but there are many other reasons to idiom them as victims too.
Even people/students cornered without adequate money or resources to study
and take care of themselves are positioned as social victims.
They are expressed as helpless resource deficient social victims.
“bring them back to the soceity
with more respect and responsibility.”
At our start, education meant paying the needy victim’s and student’s fees and helping them improve their study skills alone. But now the education that every social victims and student gets through SeedReaps acquires ‘all round development programmes’ through volunteer organisations- versatile educational institutions to sophisticate the career growth of each victim for their Skill Enhancement that ensures every student’s physical, mental and emotional Wellness.
It is well known that victims in poorer families leave school with substantially lower levels of educational attainment. Such achievement gaps are a major factor in explaining patterns of social mobility and poverty. Not only poverty, there are many other reasons that potentially influence educational attainment in very broad ways- which SeedReaps deliberately scans and funds the right deserving needy/ victims and students at the right time.
UNESCO’s 11th Education For All (EFA) Global monitoring report states that, though the rich young women in India has already achieved universal literacy, the poor are projected to reach there only by 2080. Reporting on the financial education trends, in India Kerela being one of the wealthier states, spends merely 685$ per child on education, but the figure is very less in Tamilnadu and to its poor concern the figure is only 100$ in Bihar and other rural villages.
The progress is too slow especially for the disadvantaged. The gaps between rich and poor states in India is widening day by day. Besides this, poverty decreases the chances of students continuing school education for a long time. In U.P. only 70 percent of poor kids make it Std V, whereas in Tamilnadu only 87 percent of poor kids attend schools compared to 96 percent in rich children and in MP its only 85 percent.