This happy school is stopping tribal kids from dropping out. Join their efforts
By Calcutta Society for Professional Action in Development

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...Underprivileged Children
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West Bengal
12-year-old Nitai had no motivation to go to school, his daily wager parents also did not find any merit in  studying. They were rather pushing him to do some menial work to support the family. It seemed the vicious circle of a daily wager's son becoming a labourer will never break, but Calcutta Society for Professional Action in Development (SPADE) came as an angel in Nitai's life. With their persistent efforts to counsel both Nitai and his parents to make them understand the value of education and creating a happy & enjoyable space at their education centre, now Nitai doesn't want to miss even a single class. Support SPADE to open modern technology-based knowledge hubs for kids like Nitai.

The story of Nitai and kids dropping out of school and not attending classes is quite common in the Purulia district of West Bengal. Purulia district has a large population of Tribal and Scheduled Tribes where illiteracy is a major problem.

The disadvantaged parents show no interest in sending their kids to school as they feel it is not going to change the future of their children although most of them get their kids enrolled in government schools for various schemes. Even kids do not find the atmosphere in the school exciting enoug

12-year-old Nitai had no motivation to go to school, his daily wager parents also did not find any merit in  studying. They were rather pushing him to do some menial work to support the family. It seemed the vicious circle of a daily wager's son becoming a labourer will never break, but Calcutta Society for Professional Action in Development (SPADE) came as an angel in Nitai's life. With their persistent efforts to counsel both Nitai and his parents to make them understand the value of education and creating a happy & enjoyable space at their education centre, now Nitai doesn't want to miss even a single class. Support SPADE to open modern technology-based knowledge hubs for kids like Nitai.

The story of Nitai and kids dropping out of school and not attending classes is quite common in the Purulia district of West Bengal. Purulia district has a large population of Tribal and Scheduled Tribes where illiteracy is a major problem.

The disadvantaged parents show no interest in sending their kids to school as they feel it is not going to change the future of their children although most of them get their kids enrolled in government schools for various schemes. Even kids do not find the atmosphere in the school exciting enoug

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