War Against Hunger

“The content of education contain the power which can change the world and shape a gloomy future.“
According to UNESCO, India is known for its highest illiteracy rate across the world. This is so because approximately 180 million people in India are dealing with their poverty stricken condition which restrict them to have even the basic education. Moreover, those who are able to go to school often avoid schooling frequently because they cannot afford the material required for education.
Diya India Foundation, under its project GURUKUL, takes the initiative to educate children of the underprivileged section of society. The Foundation steps forward to make it possible for every child to attend school without any hesitation.
In the morning of 4th July, 2018, the team of Diya India Foundation visited ChetanVidyaMandir to distribute basic stationary the students need to pursue their primary education happily. The stationary kit included sharpeners, erasers, pencils, and much more. The students were quite fascinated to see outsiders offering them these gifts. The school was filled with happy smiles and cheerfulness.
We were so pleased to see that happiness on the faces of these beautiful souls. We hope that these students make good use of these stationary kits and will attend their classes more passionately.