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We are volunteers and we would like to help to build our school education. Once we asked students in our school what is the most requirements you need to develop your education they answered they need general knowledge books, they want a library in their school. We are helping around 4 to 5 schools across villages in our taluk and hope this helps them build their skilled education.
"Let's Make Rural School Library ! " campaign is to strengthen 6 rural schools in Devipur block of Deoghar district where we are working with school management committees and bal sansad for improvement of quality education. Each of the school shall be reinforced with one reading corner for kids in rural areas where access to quality books is still a challenge.
We are from a rural village named Vaddeswaram. The government school students are unable to get the efficient knowledge from the school. This makes the students lose their interest in education. So, I and my team would like donate books to this school and teach them every Saturday and Sunday.
We are raising fund to establish library in a school of one thousand students belonging to low income families. Help us to take these students to the wonderful world of school library. We are looking forward for the day when these children will go back home with a story book in their hands.
I Padmashree am a teach for India fellow and I hope to build a library for my 200 kids who belong to low income private school in rural areas of Bangalore. I have always seen how much my kids want to read and learn but all the lack are access to good books . I hope to give them the best resources and books to read. The school consists of all low income kids who cannot afford to buy books. Please do the needful :) Thank you in advance. Help us become Democratic readers
I have constructed a children's library in my neighborhood in Ladakh. The children (age range: 7-15 yrs) living here are first-generation learners from Nepali migrant workers and middleclass/low income Ladakhi families. Though they attend "English-medium" schools their reading level is very basic. My goal is to improve their reading skills and ignite a love for books, that is beyond their classroom. We are in desperate need for children's books for the library. The children especially desire English books at various reading levels. Help our Himalayan children become readers for life! As Margaret Fuller said, "Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader."