Despite the many benefits of going to school, millions of children around the world are still not enrolled in or attending school. This is particularly true for children from underprivileged backgrounds.
We Are committed to fight for their right. It starts with Education right but it does not end up here.
A BILL OF RIGHTS
The right to education: Underprivileged children have a right to education, which should be of good quality and accessible.
The right to a safe and secure environment: Underprivileged children have the right to attend school in a safe and secure environment.
The right to be treated with respect: Underprivileged children have the right to be treated with respect by teachers and classmates alike.
The right to a future: Underprivileged children have the right to hope for a better future and work towards achieving their dreams.
The right to be protected from discrimination: Underprivileged children have the right to be protected from discrimination based on race, ethnicity, national origin, or any other characteristic.
The right to be protected from abuse and exploitation: Underprivileged children have the right to be protected from abuse and exploitation both in and out of school.
The right to receive support: Underprivileged children have the right to receive support from their families, communities, and governments to succeed in school.
The right to be included: Underprivileged children have the right to be included in all aspects of school life and feel like part of the school community.
How Volunteers Help?
Donate money or resources to schools or charities working with underprivileged children.
Sponsor a child for school fees, uniforms, books and other materials.
Volunteer in a classroom or after-school homework club.
Mentor a child one-on-one, helping with homework, life skills and emotional support.
Work with teachers and administrators to improve the quality of education in underprivileged schools.
Advocate for policy changes that will benefit underprivileged children at the local, state or national level.
Forge partnerships between schools and businesses to provide scholarships, tutoring or other resources.
Raise awareness about the importance of education for underprivileged children and how people can help.