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Project Network International’s educational policy helps 25 children

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An NGO called Project Network International, whose primary goal is to educate children, has started teaching 25 kids between the ages of 2 and 9.

This project is now vitally needed to assist impoverished and youngsters whose parents are unable to pay their school fees.

The NGO made this decision,  after seeing the struggles some parents face in providing for their children.

“The majority of their parents are lepers who can’t even work to earn a living. Project Network International has taken the step to help these underprivileged children by offering them some education. Out of the 25 children, 3 of them have special needs (challenged mentally and physically).

At the end of their letter, they wished readers to support the NGO in providing the children with proper care, as they are unable to meet their children five times a week and can only meet them once. The kids also use mats as furniture when they sit.

“The children currently sit on mats as furniture. Teaching staff will voluntarily meet the children once a week instead of five because the NGO cannot meet their demands (salary, transport, etc.) at the moment. The children need educational materials (books of all kinds), sporting facilities (football, etc.), and teaching aids such as toys to facilitate the teaching of the underprivileged children.”

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“Project Network International, an NGO that has the education of children as one of its main objectives, has begun the education of 25 children between the ages of 2 and 9. Some of these children have either not had the opportunity to begin any formal education (classroom-based) or have stopped along the line due to financial constraints. The majority of their parents are lepers who can’t even work to earn a living. In view of this, Project Network International has taken the step to help these underprivileged children by offering them some education. Out of the 25 children, 3 have special needs and are challenged mentally and physically).Currently, Project Network International uses a center that serves as a meeting ground for the lepers as a classroom. The children currently sit on mats as furniture. Teaching staff will voluntarily meet the children once a week instead of five because the NGO cannot meet their demands (salary, transport, etc.) at the moment. The children need educational materials (books of all kinds), sporting facilities (football, etc.), and teaching aids such as toys to facilitate the teaching of the underprivileged children.”

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