“The children are innocent and our future neighbors. How could we not help them grow up in peace and joy?”
Bal Manch gives children in poor districts access to education, learning, play and culture in their micro school.
They also spread word on a new national law the Right To Education RTE Act – resulting in 24,000 “slum” kids getting enrolled in private schools, fully equipped until graduation.
Bal Manch seek to add youth leadership to their scope of activities, to take the RTE campaign to more cities and get 10,000s more kids into school.
$2,000€ fund staff and travel for a full year. It will change 10.000s of kids future lives from poverty and despair to peace and opportunity. Over their next 70 years, it will affect countless spouses, families, employees and neighbors in their lives.
They also welcome tourists and volunteers.
voluntary support programs for children in poverty
RTE Right To Education Act