Most rural areas do not have banks. Even if there are banks, $ 3 or $ 3 Earning $ 5 a day cannot save in a bank to get a loan. For this reason, our small Micro-finance program trains and encourages parents to coordinate a monthly or weekly contribution through the use of mobile money and to support each other with small loans. So, our vision is to create a credit system that will help these families step up. And improve their livelihoods and save some money for long-term goals.
After consuming cornflour or a plate of rice and beans daily, some children have become weak and weak. We intervened with a food program called Food for Education (FFE). If you consider that many of the school-age children have to travel long distances every day to get to class on time, many of them leave the house without sufficient food and spend a whole day at school. So, the chances are that they will return for the same meal.
We’ll start with the basics by bringing mothers together and teaching them how to grow vegetables that are suitable for their children, thereby giving them a balanced diet. You cannot study on a hungry stomach. With this, the children began to see more resolutions to go to school, knowing that after a long day of hiking, some days he will be sure to have a bowl of soup. So, our goal is for strong and healthy children to learn.
The research we conducted showed that Micro-finance saved families living in poverty. Its purpose is to save for long-term goals like education for children and emergencies.
When we started our activities, we were working from one region to another, and through our feedback we found that only 30% of children have access to technology in schools. Having difficulty transferring knowledge from one generation to another, as a result, children are affected and insufficient time has been given to teach them basic computer skills and codes. To build intelligence, we have to train our children.
We want to continue to create communities in schools in different regions to impart knowledge to children and secure their future. With the help of their paperback, many children have been fortunate enough to add basic programming skills to their classroom skills. So, we want to do more of that for the communities.
We discovered that the water they were carrying was full of germs and ants. But you still had to drink it because you had no other choice. In most cases, children are the most vulnerable. Almost 1 in 10 children in the world does not have clean water. If you don’t die because you don’t have clean water, then you will get sick because you don’t have clean water. Continue reading “Water”