Education is the most essential key to an individual person enjoying a life of sufficiency free from slavery.
"My village is surrounded by hills and valleys. I live in a small hut made of straw, sticks and mud. My parents are poor laborers and could not afford to send me to school. They travel several miles each day on foot to sell wood from the jungle to make a living. I never attended a school before in my life. But when WIN’s literacy center opened in my village, my parents sent me to study there. Now I can read and write. I am the first one in my whole family who can even read the newspaper! I'm so happy because I know I will have a better future."
SATYA, BANLAHI VILLAGE
Help children to receive a basic and quality education.
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