Five bright girls need college fees
Focus: Education, Girl Child
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So far raised enough to pay for Radha's final 2 semesters
An overseas donor was so moved by this Fundraiser, she has given directly to Baale Mane. So all five girls are sorted for this academic year!
Exam results are out and the girls have done well! Read News Feed below, or on your Profile Page if you have donated to this Fundraiser
For young women from disadvantaged backgrounds, education beyond school and to the highest level possible is their best ticket to lead independent, sustainable lives. These five young women will not only have access to better job opportunities once they graduate, they will also be shining role models for all their 37 younger sisters in Baale Mane.
We feel grateful to Baale Mane for having given us this opportunity to help better the lives of young girls. The girls are brilliant and exhibit so much talent and excellence in everything that they do.
Baale Mane’s dedicated Independence Care Coordinator and team will work with Radha, Nandini, Rekha, Vaideshwari and Vidya to ensure they attend all their college tutorials and pass their exams. Once Nandini and Radha graduate in June 2017, Baale will help them find suitable employment, while Rekha, Vidya and Vaideshwari will continue with their degree courses.
Exams are over and our five Baale girls have done brilliantly! Nandini (B.Com) and Radha (B.A.) have passed their fifth semester examinations with First Class and are working hard for their final semester in college. They are both starting to think about possible career options after they graduate.
Rekha (B.A.), Vaideshwari (B.A. Journalism) and Vidya (B.Com) have also done well in their first semester examinations and are enjoying their first year of college. In the summer, Baale Mane will be organising work shadowing and internship opportunities for the three of them.
All five girls were at home with us for Diwali - a much-needed time-off as they prepare for their exams later this month.
Here’s a shot of Vidya with some younger girls participating in our Rangoli competition. They love visiting Baale Mane and its tranquil surroundings when they can - it gives them a refreshing break from the city, managing their independent lives and keeping on top of their studies.
Join us in wishing them luck for their exams!
WHEN abandoned girls arrive at Baale, most are severely undernourished - the plight of 36% of Indian women, say UNICEF. Fund the cost of nutritious meals for 44 girls for the next two months @ ₹3,850 per day.
SKIPPING school every month due to a lack of access to sanitation and menstrual hygiene products is an acute problem in slums and villages. At ₹540, you can fund reusable eco pads for one girl for a whole year.