Sushila Devi Charitable Trust (SDCT) plays a crucial role in promoting education and ensuring students have access to schooling. They employ various strategies and programs to send students back to school, especially in communities or regions where educational opportunities are limited or disrupted due to various reasons such as poverty, conflict, natural disasters, or technological gap. Here are some common ways in which NGOs help send students back to school:
We works in partnership with governments, local organizations, and other stakeholders to ensure that students have the opportunity to receive an education. Their efforts are vital in promoting education as a fundamental human right and a means to break the cycle of poverty and improve the overall well-being of communities.
The main goal of our NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) for sending students back to school is to promote and ensure access to quality education for all, especially in communities or regions where there are barriers or challenges preventing children from attending school. The specific objectives and strategies of NGOs may vary, but their overarching goal is to address educational inequalities and empower individuals and communities through education. Here are some key aspects of this goal:
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