ANANDA SIKSHA NIKETAN, INDIA
“Everybody has the right to the light of knowledge. I bring it to the underpriviledged, and so can you.”
At age 9, Babar started teaching younger peers that could not afford to attend school by teaching them what he’d learned in the morning. By age 16 he had 500 students, became famous as “the world’s youngest headmaster”, today, it is 6,000. At his new school, his first students are now teachers.
Babar invites the world to work with him – through video-meeting with students, school partnerships, volunteer visits and more.
childhood in rural low income regions of non-industrial societies
education for all