Education and Child Nutrition

"To educate girls is to reduce poverty!" - Kofi Annan


Why focus on Education?

In India, access to quality education has been a major bottleneck for the weaker communities, especially in the rural setup, in their quest to economic growth. It is evident that education has a major role to play in any nation-building exercise and any roadblock to its access is likely to have grave repercussions for the society.

Economic disparity and the ingrained patriarchal mindset in our society has aggrieved the situation to a degree where as many as 30% girl students drop out of the school by the time, they get to class 9th. The numbers get worse and as many as 57% girl students drop out by the time, they get to class 11th. This denial to education deprives a major section of the population an opportunity to contribute to the economic and social welfare of the society.




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Protsahan sah Abhinandan Samaaroh-Hardoi

End Poverty organized a “Protsahan sah Abhinandan Samaaroh” in the Bahender block of Hardoi District for Dairy farmers and village level volunteers to commemorate the successful implementation of the “Dairy farmers’ Training Programme” which was being implemented in the region by End Poverty with the support of HCL Foundation.